20+ Fantastic Flat Design WordPress Themes for Simple & Stylish Websites

Last Updated on March 16, 2023 by 7 Comments

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20+ Fantastic Flat Design WordPress Themes for Simple & Stylish Websites
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Looking for some flat design WordPress themes for your next project? I’m all for it! With its minimalistic look and focus on usability, flat design is a great choice for your next WordPress site.

But many of the popular WordPress themes are still hung up on flashy 3-D designs that don’t mesh well with flat design principles. So, if you’re looking for that flat design aesthetic, you’ll have to sort through a ton of themes that don’t fit your needs. Or, you could just read this list for some of the best flat design WordPress themes around.

20+ Best Flat Design WordPress Themes

Before I get to the list, I want to tell you a little bit about how I chose which themes to showcase. Here are the criteria that went into making this list:

  • Does the theme follow flat design principles? Okay, a bit of an obvious one. But I made sure that each theme follows flat design principles (or at least makes it easy to implement flat design, if it offers multiple style variations).
  • What is the theme’s rating? Whenever there’s a public rating, I made sure that it was at least 4-stars or better.
  • How popular is the theme? I view popularity as a positive indicator because it showcases the wisdom of the crowds and makes it more likely that the theme will receive continued support and development.

So with those criteria explained, let’s jump straight into the list of flat design WordPress themes.

1. Lens


Focused on photographers, Lens packs a gorgeous flat look that’s perfect for showcasing all types of images. If you need to showcase a design portfolio or photography, this flat theme from Pixelgrade is a great option.

Key Features:

  • One-click demo content
  • PixTypes and PixCodes plugin for full control over your content
  • Built-in social sharing buttons
  • Easy custom post types for photos and portfolio projects

Price: $75 | More Information

2. Flat


Aptly named, Flat offers a colorful flat design that’s perfect for business. It comes with post types for team members, testimonials, and portfolio objects. And it also ships with the drag and drop Themify Builder for easy page building

Key Features:

  • Colorful flat design
  • Helpful custom post types for business or portfolio uses
  • Built-in Themify Builder for easy page building
  • WPML and WooCommerce compatible

Price: $49 | More Information

3. Interface


Interface is a gorgeous, and free, flat WordPress theme available at the WordPress.org plugin directory. It ships with two site layouts, 5 page templates, and plenty of custom widget areas to easily add content.

It’s also got a stellar 4.5-star rating on its 10,000+ active installs.

Key Features:

  • Free!
  • Two site layouts
  • 4 page layouts
  • 5 page templates
  • 8 widget areas and 6 custom widgets

Price: Free | More Information

4. FlatBook


FlatBook markets itself as a theme to help sell eBooks, but I think the design is versatile enough to work for other uses as well. It has a beautiful flat design based on the Bootstrap 3 framework and ships with plenty of customization options and advanced custom fields.

Key Features:

  • Gorgeous flat design
  • 100+ customization options using the live WordPress Customizer
  • 6 post formats
  • Built-in MailChimp subscribe
  • 6+ header layouts

Price: $45 | More Information

5. Story


Story is a stunning flat creative WordPress theme. It ships with a fullscreen slider, WooCommerce support, and tons of custom header and background sections. It has an impressive 4.77-star rating on its over 11,000 sales, as well.

Key Features:

  • Bold fullscreen slider
  • Advanced portfolio gallery
  • WooCommerce compatible
  • Lots of different header styles and layout options
  • Mega menu support
  • Unlimited sidebars

Price: $59 | More Information

6. Angle


Angle is a beautiful flat theme built on Bootstrap. It includes Visual Composer, tons of portfolio styles, and SVG page decorations for easy page styling.

Key Features:

  • Ships with Visual Composer and Revolution Slider
  • Based on Bootstrap
  • WooCommerce compatible
  • Includes SVG page decorations
  • Custom shortcodes

Price: $59 | More Information

7. X Theme

X theme

Okay, not all of X Theme’s demos are flat. But it does include plenty of gorgeous flat demos, which makes X theme still a worthy addition to this list. I’ve featured my favorite flat design demo in the image above. Most of the time, you’ll want to stick to the Renew set of demos for flat designs.

Key Features:

  • Ships with the Cornerstone, a WordPress page builder plugin
  • A huge number of demos
  • Built-in extensions for contact forms, WooCommerce checkouts, and more.
  • A huge variety of demo content that you can easily import

Price: $39 | More Information

8. Flatshop


Flatshop is another flat WordPress theme from Themify. However, unlike the regular Flat theme, this one is focused entirely on helping you create a beautiful flat WooCommerce store. You also get access to the Themify Builder with your purchase.

Key Features:

  • Built for WooCommerce
  • Fullwidth slider to showcase your products
  • Custom product styling
  • Unlimited shop pages
  • Themify Builder support for product pages
  • Product lightbox galleries

Price: $49 | More Information

9. Doctype


If you like minimal flat design, Doctype is for you. It’s a super minimalistic portfolio theme designed specifically for creative professionals. It’s retina ready, translation ready, and comes with the StagTools plugin for custom shortcodes and widgets.

Key Features:

  • Widgetized homepage for easy editing
  • Retina-optimized
  • Powered by StagFramework
  • Comes with StagTools plugin for shortcodes and custom widgets

Price: $44 | More Information

10. Cardinal


Cardinal is a flexible flat theme with an impressive 4.81-star rating at ThemeForest. It comes with 3 different styles, 30 different sets of demo content, and the Swift Page Builder.

Key Features:

  • Built-in Swift Page Builder for easy page building
  • 30 different demos for businesses, agencies, and more
  • Mega menus
  • WooCommerce support

Price: $59 | More Information

11. Mindig


Mindig is a flat WordPress eCommerce theme focused on speed and performance (as well as great design). It comes with unlimited header layouts and free plugins like Visual Composer.

Key Features:

  • Built for WooCommerce
  • Comes with Visual Composer
  • Unlimited header layouts
  • Product quick views and zoom effects
  • eCommerce features like compare products, wish lists, and catalog mode

Price: $64 | More Information

12. SimpleFlex


Though it includes multi page layouts, SimpleFlex markets itself primarily as a flat one page WordPress theme. It has a gorgeous flat look, a built-in shortcode generator, and it comes with .PSDs to make life easy for web designers.

Key Features:

  • One page and multi page designs
  • Lifetime product support
  • Comes with Layer Slider
  • Includes all .PSDs

Price: $44 | More Information

13. Feather


Feather is a minimalist and affordable flat WordPress theme that’s perfect for bloggers. Most of the emphasis is on the text, which makes it a great choice for anyone who enjoys sharing writing.

Key Features:

  • Built on Bootstrap
  • Custom widgets for Flickr, Dribble, and more
  • Built-in shortcodes

Price: $24 | More Information

14. Flatsome


Flatsome is another gorgeous WooCommerce-focused flat design option. It’s popular, boasting over 43,000 sales. And over that popularity, it’s still managed to maintain an impressive 4.81-star rating. While it is focused on eCommerce, you can also use Flatsome to build multipurpose websites.

Key Features:

  • Ships with a live page builder
  • Drag and drop header builder
  • Tons of one-click demo content

Price: $59 | More Information

15. Ward


Ward is a free theme listed at the WordPress.org theme directory. Despite its price tag, it still packs an attractive flat design, as well as some helpful added functionality.

Key Features:

  • Based on the Gridiculous boilerplate
  • Add your own backgrounds and page layouts
  • Support for 8 different post formats

Price: Free | More Information

16. Zerif Lite / Zerif Pro


Zerif ships with both a free Lite version as well as a more feature rich pro version. It’s one of the most popular WordPress.org themes of all time and the Pro version builds on that success.

Key Features:

  • Gorgeous flat design
  • Built to work with the SiteOrigin page builder
  • Uses the WordPress Customizer for live changes
  • Mega menu support
  • Parallax effect

Price: Free or part of $99 ThemeIsle club | More Information

17. Logger


Logger offers an affordable option for those looking for flat design. Personally, I’m a huge fan of the theme’s style. And I know that at least 477 other people like it too thanks to the themes stellar 4.83-star rating.

Key Features:

  • Easy customization
  • WooCommerce compatible
  • 38 different color variations
  • 4 single post types
  • Per-page options for backgrounds, colors, and more

Price: $29 | More Information

18. Flat


Creatively named, Flat is a free flat design from ThemeIsle. It’s basic, but a nice option for personal blogs or simple review sites. Its 20,000+ active installs and 4.5-star rating show that I’m not alone in thinking that.

Key Features:

  • Free
  • Simple flat design that’s good for basic blogs

Price: Free | More Information

19. FlatOn


FlatOn is a free and premium flat design that’s great for multipurpose use. The pro version comes with a variety of page templates, Polylang support, and a number of other helpful features.

Key Features:

  • Flex and elastic sliders
  • 7 different page templates
  • Built-in shortcodes
  • 11 page layouts and 2 blog layouts

Price: Free or $39 | More Information

20. Hempstead


Hempstead is a gorgeous creative-themed design focused on showcasing your visual imagery with its bold portfolio grid. It comes with Visual Composer, plenty of demo data, and easy support for portfolio items.

Key Features:

  • 3 different demos
  • Built-in Visual Composer
  • Advanced portfolios with tons of styling options
  • Built-in interactive map

Price: $49 | More Information

For Elegant Themes Members

Are you already part of Elegant Themes? Then you have access to some great flat design themes right now!


While Divi isn’t limited to flat design principles, it’s still incredibly easy to create a flat style using Divi and the Divi Builder.

Here are two of my favorites. First up is Jesse Freeman’s portfolio site:

Divi - Jesse Freeman

And another simple example is German company WGE:

Divi - WGE

Divi’s versatility makes it adaptable to pretty much any design style you throw at it. And if you want some icons to get started on your flat Divi design, we released a free flat icon design pack for you to download.



Extra also lets you build a flat design website for a variety of uses. You can change headers, fonts, layouts, and more to achieve the perfect flat look for your site.

And if you’re looking to build a flat eCommerce store, you’ll be happy to note that we specifically baked WooCommerce compatibility into Extra.

Wrapping Things Up

And that wraps up my list of the best flat design WordPress themes! Flat design is one of those web design trends that I hope only continues to grow. So if you pick up one of these flat themes, you’ll both get yourself a great website and contribute to powering a great web design trend.

But, as always, I can’t sort through every single WordPress theme out there. So if you know a great flat design theme that you think is worthy of this list, it would be awesome if you shared it in the comments so that I, and everyone else, can benefit from another quality theme.

Article thumbnail image by Sachezi / shutterstock.com 


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  1. Hi ET! Number 6 is Flatbook. I checked it out and felt serious envy over only one feature, the ebook preview in http://demo.eriktailor.net/flatbook/demo-1/. I would do a little dance, for real if one of your video series tuts included the code and directions to add this to the Divi ebook theme I am working on. I don’t want to leave Divi but I lust after that one feature. I think the community would be so happy to have that. Please!!! I’d upload a screen shot if I could.

    • Sorry, its number 4

  2. I love Zerif WordPress theme. Good WordPress theme+Shortpixel plugin for images optimization=Succes! 🙂

  3. Hi,

    I have a question regarding the payment: Is it possible to buy them with Bitcoins or other Crypto currencies?


  4. Whether the above theme can be integrated in the divi builder?

  5. Hey Colin,
    Excellent round up of best flat designs WordPress themes. Also, a great presentation of these themes. I have used FlatOn Pro to design my client website a few days ago. I found this theme easy to customize without having worked with complex coding. The theme has different layout designs and content blocks can be arranged with drag and drop option. Also, you can create an extremely good looking page within the drag and drop option. Overall, this theme has the flexibility to use. I have shared my opinion about this theme as i have used it. Thank you, Colin, for sharing these themes list.

  6. Divi is still king…

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