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15 of the Most Stunning WooCommerce Themes in 2015

Posted on February 19, 2015 by in Resources | 32 comments

15 of the Most Stunning WooCommerce Themes in 2015

Just a few years ago, being able to easily build an e-commerce based site with WordPress didn’t really exist. Sure, there were plugins and themes that were made to try and make it easier to accomplish this, but they were still pretty tough for someone a bit less tech-savvy to figure out.

Then, back in 2008, three guys got together to start building WordPress themes together and somewhere along the way, the WooCommerce Plugin was born. This plugin was released into the realms of the WordPress market and quickly caught fire when people realized that they could build an e-commerce site easier than ever before.

Since then, the WordPress community has banded together to start creating WP themes that support WooCommerce so that people, techy and non-techy alike, could easily build and create online stores.

Below is a list we’ve curated of some of the best WooCommerce themes and put them on display for you guys.

Top WooCommerce Themes in 2015

Divi 2.0


To start our list out with a bang, we’ve listed Divi 2.0 as part of our most stunning WooCommerce themes out on the WordPress market.

Divi is WooCommerce compatible and one of the most versatile drag and drop themes out there, which means that you can use it to build just about any layout and style you want out of a WordPress and WooCommerce site. The store layouts within Divi are also pretty versatile so that you can change the look to be close to what you’re looking for.

If you haven’t already taken a look at what Divi has to offer, then consider this a sign (*wink*).

Get Divi 2.0 Here

Storefront by WooThemes

Storefront: A WooCommerce Theme

Do you like free? I know I do. But free gets even better when that something free also happens to be totally awesome.

Storefront is a newer theme by WooThemes which was designed to be a WooCommerce powered theme — and it’s free! And as you would expect from themes by WooThemes, the blog layout is crisp and bold while the layout of the store is clean and very user-friendly.

Get Storefront Here

Makery – Marketplace WordPress Theme by ThemeX

Makery WooCommerce Theme

Makery has just about everything you could want in a WooCommerce theme. Not only is it responsive, but it also has some cool built-in features like shop commissions, unlimited shops, easy color customizations, multiple carts, and a whole bunch of other stuff that are sure to make more than a few happy.

Navigation is easy for a user and users can even create their own profiles on your site — not necessary but a nice touch. Price for Makery is $58 and you can view the demo here.

Get Makery Here

Magfolio WordPress Theme by Designing Media

Magfolio WooCommerce Theme

Want a WooCommerce compatible theme that is both unique and stunning? Then Magfolio is a pretty great theme to check out. The Magnolia theme is built on Bootstrap, is 100% responsive, comes with 7 different color schemes and 7 custom pages templates as well as many other built-in features:

  • 100% valid HTML5 and CSS
  • Translation Ready
  • Shortcodes
  • Filterable Portfolio
  • Google Font and Awesome font integrated

Price for this theme is $58 and there is a demo for it so that you can give it a test run before you decide on anything.

Get Magfolio Here

Storebox Webshop WordPress Theme by GavickPro

Storebox WooCommerce THeme

This theme has quite a bit to offer including being built on the rather impressive Gavern Framework.

The layout and design of this theme couples crisp lines with clean details that present your shop’s product in a very pleasing way. The blog layout features nice wide featured images and there are quite a few Typography options as well.

Price for this theme is reasonable and falls just under $50 USD and it worth the time looking at.

Get Storebox Here

Buler – A WooCommerce Theme

 Buler WooCommerce Theme

OK, I’m not going to lie — I really love the look of this theme. The theme is designed with the idea of a more rugged look to it and mixes textures with bold font and minimal color. It’s both responsive and user-friendly since it uses the Aqua Page Builder plugin to make designing your site a synch.

Buler comes with 3 sliders (Revolution Slider, IOS Slider, and Nivo Slideshow plugins), has over 70 shortcodes, multiple homepage and post templates, and an easy to use theme settings panel. Price for Buler is $58 which is about what you should expect to pay for most of these premium WooCommerce themes.

Get Buler Here

Zerif Lite by ThemeIsle

Zerif One Page WordPress Theme: Compatible with WooCommerce

Time to get back to the freebies. Zerif is a bold yet simple one page theme by the guys behind CODEINWP and ThemeIsle, and it is probably one of the easiest themes to setup due to the fact that most changes made to the theme are made in the WP Customizer.

Zerif is fully compatible with WooCommerce, cross-browser compatible and has unlimited color scheme. The Lite version has some basic features, but upgrading to Pro opens up a whole bunch of other features that are well worth the extra moo-lah.

Get Zerif Lite Here | Get Zerif Pro Here

Zeon by Telsa Themes

Zeon WooCommerce Theme by TeslaThemes

The Zeon theme knocks it out of the park with a great design that rivels some of the best e-commerce sites out there.

The homepage slider is big and bold while the rest of the layout puts your products and blog posts on display. Not only is it responsive, but it is WPML compatible (for language translation), includes the Slider Revolution plugin, and powered but the Tesla Framework which is full of easy to use theme settings.

Price for the theme is $44 or you can get access to all of the themes made my TeslaThemes for only $49.

Get Zeon Here

Exist Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme

Exist WordPress theme for WooCommerce

Some people want a WooCommerce theme with a few extra layouts to choose from. Exist by WP Opal is a multipurpose theme that has a few layouts to choose from including a couple really nice e-commerce/shop layouts that are sure to impress.

The theme comes with some nice features and includes a few plugins:

  • Visual Composer and Slider Revolution plugins included
  • Mega Menu integrated
  • Layer Slider Plugin
  • Live Theme Editor
  • Multiple header and footer choices
  • Lifetime support with your purchase
  • Responsive design

The shop layouts which they have to demo are easy on the eyes but it’s not lacking in design or simplicity either. And the choice of blog layouts are great, as well. Price for Exist is $58 and there are 2 shop demos your can look through before opting in.

Get Exist Here

Glamo – Responsive WordPress Ecommerce Theme

Glamo WooCommerce Theme

Want an all-in-one theme that meshes WooCommerce with fun design that is user-friendly? Well, the Glamo theme does it and manages to do it very well. Though defined as a multipurpose theme, the shop layouts that you can create with this are pretty great. Just look at everything that comes packed in the theme:

  • Visual Composer and WR Page Builder plugin included
  • Responsive layout
  • 24 Header styles to choose from
  • A notification bar plugin built by the team behind Glamo
  • The Collection Slider for creating galleries with beautiful transitions
  • Shortcode support
  • Cross-browser compatible
  • Mobile slide out menu for better mobile browsing

The list goes on, but it’s clear that the theme has a lot to offer and it’s priced at $58.

Get Glamo Here

Geode Elegant eCommerce Multipurpose Theme

Geode WooCommerce Theme

One look through these demos and it’s clear that Geode was built to stand out with amazing elements and great design. The theme comes with the PixGridder Pro plugin that give you a ton of control over what you want your pages to look like; it includes the ability to add amazing parallax scrolling, and it works with the Shortcodelic plugin that comes with the theme too.

Geode also has with a lot of documentation to help you get from installation to a stunning site sooner rather than later. If you happen to love one of the demos, then follow the video walkthroughs in order to download the demo content and get the foundation you want to start your design uploaded and ready to go in a few steps.

Get Geode Here

Big Point – Multi-Purpose & Ecommerce Theme

BigPoint: A WooCommerce theme for wordpress

Big visual headers are in right now and the Big Point theme delivers with a bold header and great overall design to your WooCommerce powered shop look great. The drag and drop page builder that comes with the theme along with the documentation will make it easy to design the type of site you want.

Big Point lets you choose from boxed and wide layouts, has an unlimited choice of color schemes, included the Slider Revolution plugin, and it fully responsive. Need help getting things running? Check out the video documentation included in the purchase.

Get Big Point Here


Tatnia for WooCommerce

Simple but retro — that’s was Titania has to offer. This theme has some great features like being responsive out of the box, built-in shortcodes, the Flexslider plugin being included, cross-browser compatibility  and easy theme options for changing the color and style of the theme.

The Shop design on the theme is clean and seems to integrate Rich Snippets for better SEO — something that’s always good to have.

Get Titania Here

Hudson by TeslaThemes

Hudson: a woocommerce theme by teslathemes

TeslaThemes managed to land another stunning theme of their’s on the list — Hudson. The Hudson theme has some bold elements to it that make it attractive without being overbearing.

It’s features include being responsive, built-in Shortcodes, product lists for easy categorization on your online catalog, cross-browser compatible, a built-in rating system and Google Web Fonts integration.

Get Hudson Here

Venedor – Ultimate WordPress + WooCommerce Theme

Venedo WooCommerce Theme

Rounding out our top 15 list of WooCommcerce for 2015 is Venedor — a theme by SW Themes.

As their theme page shows, there are over 14 skins/designs and 11 color schemes that come with Venedor so that you can find and build the exact e-commerce shop you want. Visual aspects aside, the theme has plenty of other features to offer:

  • Visual Composer, Slider Revolution, Layer Slider plugins all included in purchase
  • Cross-browser compatible
  • Sample data available
  • WPML ready
  • Unlimited color options
  • Powerful and easy to use

All the options with this theme mean you have plenty to choose from when deciding how you want your WordPress and WooCommerce site to look. Plus, the wide choice of options means you get a lot of bang for your buck.

Get Venedor Here

Do you have a favorite WooCommerce theme or design? Be sure to share below.

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  1. Hi Ariel
    Great looking themes but I’m a Divi man so I don’t have eyes for other themes… but I am tempted.

    Got to agree that more and more people are using WooCommerce as the eCommerce plugin of choice.

  2. Divi very interesting theme. It’s like LEGO. You can build a website of almost any configuration. It’s cool!

    • Hi Arial
      Great job. It must have taken you ages to study these themes. Thanks a million for the info. At the moment am trying to build an ECommerce site for a client .Do you know where I can get video tutorials on using Divi or any of the woo commerce themes mentioned above to build ECommerce site?

    • “It’s like LEGO.” This is the best definition of Divi I have ever heard.

    • The only thing that still sticks me about Divi, is the weak admin panel, and the real lack of logo or header bar option. Its great if you have hours to search though the Divi support threads or are part of a forum. I find that i have to use a lot of plugins to overcome some of its limitations.

      The only other real wish list item that I have about Divi other than the logo issues would be the ability to save the CONENT of something created in page builder and move it or repopulate it over other pages. You can save the layout, but you cant save the content item its self. This would be super handy with things like portfolio items. Etc.

      • I think you can make a copy of a page by copying the code which has the content and the shortcakes. Or you can use a plugin to duplicate pages.

      • Joshua, I’ve seen this mentioned in the Divi Facebook group. I’ve not had much exposure to Divi, but apparently this is a REALLY big deal to people. I would think that it should be on their TODO list. I’m speaking of the ability to save content.

        Also, I’ve seen mention that it is difficult to deal with logos by the folks there. Many complain of the requirements to mod CSS instead of being able to control something in the admin panel.

        Remember, this is second hand info, so YMMV.

  3. Great list Ariel. It’s rare to see a theme developer create a “best themes” list and included options created by competitors. That’s pretty cool, I have a lot of respect for you guys!

  4. Hello,

    Another Divi fan here, for my shops I’ve been using joomla/VM for years, lately I’m using PrestaShop, but my next project of online store will be with WooCommerce and the excellent Divi theme.

    Keep up the good work guys.

  5. You should have also included the UDesign theme from ThemeForest. This top rated, incredibly well supported theme includes a complete WooCommerce integration. It’s excellent.

  6. I’ve only used Divi for WooCommerce but Buler looks interesting.. it would be great if you guys could design an ET plugin that stands up to Revolution Slider, but either way, I’ll keep using your themes! Thanks for the post 🙂

  7. Would like see some live sites using these themes especially Divi and for real estate

  8. I love Divi. It has become my go-to-theme – and it works great with Rev Slider.

  9. These are beautiful themes, but the cost of Woo commerce can grow so big, so fast, that it causes me a lot of hesitation to even get started with it. My understanding is that the most basic functionality is free, but the dozens of add-ons, plugins and features keep you paying and paying…

    Is it really worth it? I don’t know the answer.

    • Don’t be discouraged, I wonder if this is a common thread and not unique to Woo Commerce? Previous to coming to the dark side to use WordPress, I had looked at Magento for ecommerce. It too has a free base code, with extensions that often cost money for the functionality you desire.

      As it is said, there are no free lunches. You either pay up front or pay with your time and frustration to effect the customizations yourself.

      I have been told by many that it is more important to “Get It Done”, than “Get It Done Right” the very first time. You’ll have time to tweak after it is working. Solid Advice!

      I struggle with this on a daily basis, being an engineer type.

  10. Divi is an ultimate solution 🙂

  11. Its a fantastic compilation. Divi is my favorite. It is going take my website to a new level.

  12. Good, thank you!

  13. Nice , you’re promoting templates out of elegantthemes too.

  14. I’ve been looking for a suitable woocommerce theme . And now I ‘ve found it .

  15. I can’t believe you guys have the nads to post this article about all these other theme foundries. What’s more? Half the comments just talk about Divi. LOL. Oh ET… you guys are so rock’n.

    Bold moves… bold moves.

    You are our heavy lifters for the most part. Real devs don’t want to go fishing around these other theme foundries & I especially don’t like having to learn their style.

    Thanks for the info but I’ll stick with ET as well!

  16. great collection. i am big fan of storebox myself because it is so simple and so elegant its own way. great that you guys featured it as well. it deserves it

  17. Hi,

    Great job. Divi looks amazing.

    Is there such a theme or extension that allows to sell artwork across products i.e. The store would be based on a design and the customer can select the products they what that design on i.e. T-Shirt, Hoodies, Mugs, Coaster etc……

    Any help would be great.


  18. Hi

    Although Divi is a great theme for all purpose I’m disagree completely to consider it a good theme for WooCommerce. Forget to obtain beautiful pages like in the demo. These pages are static pages made with Page Buider only for the demo. In a real store you will find that the woocommerce system pages are totaly different, horrible layout. Examples:

    Shop demo: http://www.elegantthemes.com/preview/Divi/shop-3/
    Real woocommerce shop page: http://www.elegantthemes.com/preview/Divi/shop/

    Same category products or any other WC page:

    In addition with the new divi 2.4 there are more failures in product images, related producs dimensions, etc

    I bought this template based on the demo and it is a headache. No objection to another use but keep away from Woocommerce.

  19. Thank you for this information, it’s really useful. Personally I love Divi, so clean, so feature rich and they load fast. I use them on some my local clients sites now and highly recommend them.

    • Totaly agree @GoodWPThemes but this post claims DIVI as one of the “15 of the Most Stunning WooCommerce Themes in 2015”. Trust me, forget DIVI for your WooCommerce projets. For non WC sites is a fantastic theme

  20. which one of the woocommerce themes is good for a travel blog? I am actually looking for square featured galary for posts and a slider on top. here’s link to my blog: footloosedev.com

  21. I DONT RECOMMEND ZERIF LIFE is the worst option you can choose it doesn’t work good with Woocommerce, the compatibility is a lie. I tried it and I had a lot of problems that they couldn’t solve.

    I did had the sidebar in my ecommerce with makes the theme useless

    • didn’t*

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