The 10 Best Divi eCommerce Child Themes

Posted on September 4, 2016 by in Divi Resources | 43 comments

The 10 Best Divi eCommerce Child Themes

Welcome to Day 97 of our Divi 100 Marathon. Keep tuning in for 100 days in a row of awesome Divi resources as we count down to the amazing release of Divi 3.0 on the final day of the series!

Developing an eCommerce site can be time-consuming. The time spent uploading products might not give you enough time to design the website itself. The easiest and fastest way to create an eCommerce site with Divi is to use a pre-made child theme.

Pre-made child themes provide layouts for landing pages, various home pages, about us pages, various layouts for blogs, multiple types of galleries, pages for your store, and more–all pre-designed for you so you can spend your time on something else. Many even provide login customizations, footer editors, 404 pages, demo content to help you get started quickly, as well as styling and add-ons for the #1 eCommerce solution for WordPress – WooCommerce.

Although you can use several plugins and solutions for eCommerce, the best Divi eCommerce child themes are those that are integrated with WooCommerce. WooCommerce uses clean code with great features and a nice interface. The Divi Builder contains several modules that work perfectly with WooCommerce including the shop module and the ability to add shortcodes within text modules.

The 10 Best Divi eCommerce Child Themes

Let’s take a look at my picks for the 10 best Divi eCommerce child themes. Stick around to the end and you’ll see a bonus plugin that will make your WooCommerce pages even better. Here are the 10 child themes in no particular order.

1.     Nellie

Nellie is an eCommerce Divi child theme from Ayanize Co. Nellie was specifically made for WooCommerce and includes lots of WooCommerce customizations. Many custom pages are included as well as two new modules, a footer builder plugin, AC Shortcodes plugin, CSS editor, a 404 page, custom login page, header customizations, and demo content. You can even use a Google Map as a background.

It includes a brand-able custom admin area where you can make your adjustments. A getting-started tour steps you through all of the features and it includes detailed documentation. This is an excellent choice for online stores of any kind.

Key Features Include

  • Custom pages
  • Custom WooCommerce options and styling
  • Two new modules
  • Custom 404 page
  • Use Google Map as a background
  • Footer builder
  • WP Login styling
  • WP Admin area styling
  • Custom sitemap
  • Additional homepage and other page layouts
  • Easy import dummy content
  • Wishlist
  • Mobile menu (expand/collapse responsive menu)
  • Create the header section using Divi page builder
  • Code editor to add custom CSS
  • Styling options
  • AC ShortCodes plugin
  • Theme options page
  • Get started easily with the theme options tour
  • Detailed documentation
  • For use on unlimited sites

Price $49 | More Information

2.     RoyalCommerce

RoyalCommerce is an eCommerce theme from Time Strifler of Divi Life that was made for WooCommerce. Top online stores were analyzed in order to create a child theme with all the best features that users wanted. It uses a minimalist design so the focus is on the shopper’s experience with the goal of increasing sales.

Choose from four designs with each having its own layout, colors, and fonts, and change all of the fonts and styles (including the integrated features) to suit your own branding. The Divi Logo Swap plugin is included. This is a great choice for any stand-alone online store.

Key Features Include

  • Four style options
  • Quick view for details, images, and add-to-cart without leaving the page
  • Product slider and carousel
  • Wishlist
  • Image zoom
  • Ajax product filtering
  • Sticky shopping cart
  • Enhanced header icons for wishlists and shopping cart totals
  • Zoom on hover
  • Banners
  • Divi Logo Swap plugin
  • Demo content
  • For use on unlimited sites for you or your clients
  • Free updates
  • PDF and video documentation

Price $150 | More Information

3.     Imagine

Imagine is a Bohemian child theme from Make a Spectacle with WooCommerce integration. It has lots of custom pages, custom styling for sidebar and footer, and a magazine layout with an asymmetrical grid. The custom blog module, category, and search pages will make your site stand out from the crowd.

It adds an extensive library of pages and modules, and even a few new social media icons. This is a fine choice for photographers, artisans, or lifestyle and travel magazines that want to sell products from their site. Documentation and email support is included.

Key Features Include

  • Magazine style home page
  • 8 page layouts
  • Light and dark menus
  • Customized blog grid
  • Customized category / search page
  • Custom sidebar
  • Custom footer
  • 404 page
  • Light and dark menu
  • Customized WooCommerce product page
  • Additional social media icons
  • Page module library
  • Library includes 29 modules and sections
  • Detailed documentation
  • Email support

Price $75 | More Information

4.     Artisan

Artisan from The Design Space Co is a clean Divi child theme that integrates with WooCommerce to build any kind of store or website with a minimal but elegant design. It has 6 custom layouts including home, about, galleries, store, blog, and my account.

Show off your products using 3 different galleries including slider, lightbox, and full width. This is a great choice for photographers, creatives, food bloggers, or any other artistic blog with a WooCommerce store.

Key Features Include

  • One click install
  • Auto install of free plugins
  • Links to free fonts
  • 6 page layouts
  • 3 galleries
  • Layered PSD files
  • Detailed documentation
  • Support area with ticketed system

Price $125.75 | More Information

5.     Solo

Solo from The Design Space Co can be a services website with a shop, or a stand-alone eCommerce store with WooCommerce integration. It come with 9 custom page layouts including 3 different home pages with a splash page, about, services, clients, blog, store, and contact page. The built-in newsletter sign-up form is elegantly styled.

This clean and modern child theme is great for entrepreneurs, small firms, and small businesses that wants to add an eCommerce element to their website, or a complete eCommerce store of any kind.

Key Features Include

  • One click install
  • 9 page layouts
  • Newsletter form built in
  • Styled WooCommerce features
  • Layered PSD files
  • Links to free Google fonts
  • Detailed documentation
  • Support area with ticketed system

Price $125.75 | More Information

6.     Café

Café from Aspen Studios has several pre-made pages including a home page, menu, shop, a 3-column blog page with a grid layout, and a gallery. It comes with the Divi Footer Editor and WP Login Area Customizer plugins. It also contains a customized contact form and 404 page. Other pages include home, menu, shop, blog, and gallery.

It’s a clean and elegant theme for cafés, coffee shops, bakeries, restaurants, or any similar shops that want to sell from their websites.

Key Features Include

  • One click install
  • Automatic updates
  • Food and drink menu
  • Contact form
  • Image gallery
  • 3-column blog page with grid
  • Divi Footer Editor
  • WP Login Area Customizer
  • 404 page
  • Customize colors to match your brand
  • Documentation
  • Unlimited usage

Price $50 | More Information

7.     Rise and Shine

Rise and Shine
Rise and Shine from Elegant Child Themes is a highly customized restaurant theme with WooCommerce integration. It comes with 10 layouts including a home page, about, menu, reservations, blog, shop, contact, coming soon, and a custom login page.

There’s also a unique split-column home page layout, a custom styled reservation system, and a recipe card system for unique blog post content. This is a great choice for any type of restaurant that wants to sell products from their website.

Key Features Include

  • 10 page layouts
  • Custom shop page
  • Split-column layout
  • Custom overlay restaurant menus
  • Restaurant Reservation integration
  • Recipe Card integration
  • Font Awesome integration
  • Custom opt-ins
  • Demo content
  • Links to PSD files
  • 6 months support
  • Use on unlimited websites

Price $75 | More Information

8.     Ellis Grant

Ellis Grant
Ellis Grant from Dawn Alderman Design is an adventurous child theme with a large image slideshow followed by a categorized grid system provided by the included Essential Grid premium plugin. It has 8 page layouts that include the home page, about, 3 different galleries, blog, shop, and contact page.

The grid system places the focus on the photos making this a nice theme for any type of online store that’s looking for a special flare of elegance and sophistication.

Key Features Include

  • One click install
  • 8 page layouts
  • Premium Essential Grid plugin
  • Pre-styled settings for Monarch
  • Professional font pairings
  • Free fonts
  • Gallery PSD templates
  • Layered PSD files
  • Unlimited usage

Price $150 | More Information

9.     Velvet

Velvet from Dawn Alderman Design uses a grid design to create an elegant homepage with CSS animations. It comes with 8 page layouts including the home page, about, images (with 3 different gallery styles), press, blog, shop, and contact pages.

The premium edition of the Essential Grid plugin is included. Velvet uses soft colors with an elegant style and is great for feminine shops of any kind.

Key Features Include

  • One click install
  • 8 page layouts
  • Premium Essential Grid plugin
  • Font pairings
  • Free fonts
  • Gallery PSD templates
  • Layered PSD files
  • Unlimited usage

Price $150 | More Information

10. Shop

Shop is from Candy Themes and was made specifically for creating online stores. It integrates with WooCommerce and comes with multiple layouts and pages including home, shop, about us, FAQ, blog, and contact pages.

It has multiple shop and blog layouts, and several custom pages including a sitemap. Font Awesome icons are included. It’s a simple design that looks great for any kind of stand-alone online store.

Key Features Include

  • 6 page templates
  • Multiple layouts
  • Font Awesome
  • Animate.css
  • Customizer footer editor
  • Custom category list page
  • Custom archive page
  • Custom tags page
  • Custom sitemap page
  • Unlimited usage

Price $29 | More Information

Bonus – An eCommerce Plugin for Divi – Divi Commerce

Divi Commerce
Divi Commerce is a plugin from Bolt Themes that adds lots of customizations to WooCommerce product pages. Bolt Theme’s goal is to create the ultimate Divi/WooCommerce tool. It lets you style your product pages so they look more unique by allowing you to use the Divi Builder on your product pages. It also adds lots of customizers so you can style the checkout form and the tab section, and you can add in a custom top or bottom section of your product page.

Other features are currently in the works that will add WooCommerce page elements as modules to the Divi Builder and will include standard Divi module styling options. These and other features might be added by the time you read this.

Key Features Include

  • Use the Divi Builder on product pages
  • 50 customizers
  • Form styler
  • Sidebar options
  • Tabs customizer
  • Login and registration options
  • Account options

Price $20 | More Information

Installing a Child Theme

– One important thing about child themes –

Before you can install the Divi child theme you might need to unzip it first. There may be other files included within the downloaded zipped file which means the theme file could be a zipped file that’s included within those files. If you upload it without unzipping first then WordPress won’t recognize the theme file.

Unlike normal themes, many child themes include files for settings. They sometimes come with such as a document with instructions, Divi Builder layouts, Customizer settings, and theme options. Some include demo content and settings for plugins such as Bloom, WooCommerce, and others. Among these files you’ll find the zipped child theme file. This is the file that will be uploaded as the theme file.

Many developers have videos on their sales pages that step you through the installation process. These videos will tell if you need to unzip the file. I highly recommend watching their videos to step you through the installation process.

I can’t stress this enough. The #1 support question that I’ve heard about child themes comes from the file not being unzipped first. If you’re not sure then watch the video or online documentation.

Final Thoughts

While Divi has great features for building your own store, such as pre-made shop layouts that let you create your own store layouts and the ability to create shopping cart and checkout pages using the Divi Builder, there are several pre-made eCommerce child themes available for Divi that make spectacular eCommerce websites and save you lots of design time.

Rather than just adding add WooCommerce to a regular WordPress theme, child themes that are designed for eCommerce have specially designed features to make your store easier to use and look outstanding at the same time. No matter what kind of store you’re building, one of these 10 eCommerce child themes for Divi are sure to fit the bill.


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  1. You could have stopped at #1 Nellie

    A perfect example of how to package and implement a Child Theme.

    At $49 it’s a no-brainer as, in my opinion, it is under priced.

    PS I have no affiliation with those guys

  2. Thanks for mentioning Rise & Shine, Randy, we appreciate it.

  3. Thanks so much for including RoyalCommerce, Randy! 🙂

    • Randy A. Brown

      You’re welcome Tim!

    • TIm, you have one of the best E-commerce DIVI Child theme. You are instruction are very clear and the video is perfect, just the right lenght. Its worth the $150, trust me! Thanks

  4. 3 days to go. That’s gone faster than I thought!

    • Oh yes.!

  5. And thanks from me for including Artisan and Solo!

    • Randy A. Brown

      You’re welcome Melissa!

  6. The commerce site will become so beautiful..nice recommendation.. 🙂
    And yeaaay…3 days to go ❤

  7. Great!
    Do these themes also work with plugin GermanMarket?

  8. This is so cool! I cannot wait for Divi 3.0!!!

  9. 150$ for a theme ??? If you have some CSS coding skills, will be able to replicate this joke in few hours. Otherwise, with little creativity you can make your own theme, without any complications. Divi template offer infinite possibilities, and, if you pay for this, means you have some basic knowledge.

    • The problem with this is that if you’ve worked with WooCommerce you’ll know that it is a B*TCH to work with. RoyalCommerce looks amazing and I don’t doubt it’s worth the money, even though it’s expensive.

  10. Thank you very much Randy for including Nellie. However, some features like AC ShortCodes plugin will be included in Nellie 1.4 which should be released around 20th Sept this year. Thanks once again.

    • Randy A. Brown

      You’re welcome Deep! Thanks for the update.

  11. Divi Commerce does not look bad as a plugin, but seems like it has to be at version 3.0 based on what they want to do to really be what we need.

  12. Thanks for including Shop child theme on this nice list.

    • Randy A. Brown

      You’re welcome Kjel!

  13. The header at the top says “free divi resources.” Is this the first time during the divi countdown where the free resource you’re giving away is just a list of stuff you can buy?

    • I thought that too.

    • I thought i was the only one that see this… the banner at the top still says “free divi resources.” but this is a list of paid for child themes. This is NOT free divi resources. a small bit of false advertising?

      • Nathan B. Weller

        Hi Kev, in this instance it is the post itself which is the free resource. I understand your confusion though. We’ve had to make this clear on other posts too.

  14. Nice list. I just come up here to count remaining days only. :p

  15. Nice! but perhaps you could add at least one free child theme :p
    Thank anyway! 🙂

    • I have not really seen a free child theme, but the freebie from yesterday comes close.

    • I strongly agree with your idea. All will be happy if there was anything that could be taken and of course vice versa 😀

    • Hey Bruno,

      $29 for the Shop theme is pretty close to free 🙂

      And no, I am not affiliated with the owner of it. 😛

      • Thanks for the shoutout Shane 🙂 Low price doesn’t mean low quality though. I to add as much value and support as possible while asking a fair price for my work.

  16. Can wait more two ………………. days !!!

  17. Great list. Thank you to all the child theme developers.

  18. These are great. A client needs a catalog site but w/o the actual shopping experience. How do I do that?

  19. Why isn’t the WooCommerce product page support included for Divi Builder out of the box? Why do we need to buy a third party extension to get this functionality?

    Are you planning on adding WooCommerce product page support in Divi 3.0 or future versions?

  20. I assume that you upload the theme when you purchase it, but what about updates?

    How does one go about getting updates for child themes such as these? I am mostly concerned about security issues when I speak of updates. Will it update through WordPress like Divi does when we put our purchase code in?

    • Hello Betty,

      Most child theme developers do update their products when other software like WP, WC or Divi get an update. We at Ayanize Co, do update our product Nellie regularly. So far it got more then 7 updates and we plan to update the current Nellie 1.3.2 to Nellie 1.4 making it compatible with Divi 3.0 and with some additional features and styling. Thanks

  21. Thought would be a free one here.. 🙁

  22. Thanks Deep,
    When I need to update Divi, I do that by hitting the “update” button in the WordPress dashboard under Updates, themes. Is that the way that child themes are updated, or do the files have to be uploaded the way they are the first time? Sorry if that question is confusing, but I have one plugin that I intend to quick using because doesn’t update though the WordPress update system.

    • Hello Betty,

      The update feature depends on how the developer execute this in the theme. This does not come in any theme by default. Fo Nellie, yes the updates are as identical as you update Divi or any other theme. You will see notification if an update is available and you can hit the update button and it will be auto updated just like Divi

  23. Can we use these themes with Easy Digital Downloads? I HATE Woo Commerce. Or should I just make my own design and pages and forget using any of these? Thanks!

  24. Thank you for this interesting article. Especially for the Divi Commerce tip. I´v got my own online shop for safety cutters in Germany with DIVI and woocommerce. I´ve tried several times to include the DIVI page builder in woocommerce, but always failed. So I´ll give that plugin definitely a try.

  25. Thank you for this useful post! Will definitely consider themes child themes for my eCommerce websites!

  26. Thank you for your work !!!

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