WooCommerce is a well-known online store platform for WordPress that makes the task of setting up and managing an e-commerce presence simple. And simple is a word I really, really like. Because running a business is hard and anything that can make getting set up and going easier is worth pursuing in my book.
You have several options in terms of WooCommerce compatible themes. But did you know that many of them are free? Well, they are! We’ve put together a list of the top 35 free WooCommerce themes for you here to make getting started a snap. And for even more options, be sure to check out our list of the best premium ecommerce themes too, if none of the following tickle your fancy.
TheShop theme is a new release from us at aThemes, and it offers a clean interface for selling both digital and physical products. The theme is rather easy to setup, and it comes with several page templates for layouts like full width and front page. The useful color options empower you to brand your site properly, and the Google Fonts assist in generating fonts that look great for your company. The theme includes a full blog for providing content to your customers and for boosting your search engine rankings.
Not to mention, the several widgets are handy for implementing modules for things like contact information, top products and recent reviews. The navigational menu is situated to the left and a sleek slider presents a nice place for you to showcase your most recent products and offerings.
In order for WooCommerce to work effectively, it requires a theme with organized products and stunning layouts. That’s what the ShopIsle theme has to offer. In fact, when you land on the homepage it makes you wonder why they are not selling this theme. Why? Because the ShopIsle solution has a beautiful header area that supports high resolution images and slider effects for including information about promotions and events. You can overlay text and buttons, and watch as the parallax effect grabs attention from your users. Several galleries are provided for showcasing your best products, and the images you upload get cropped to look organized and professional, keeping your hands free of any complex photo editing tools.
Social media buttons improve how people view you on a more personal level, and the product sliders scroll through the best products on your shelves. We particularly enjoy the clean product pages, since they also have related product links, lightboxes and product reviews for building your credibility. The ShopIsle theme is completely responsive for those customers who may be trying to buy products from their mobile devices. In addition, the localization files improve how you interact with folks who may not speak the same language as you. The contact form is easy to build, and it keeps you in touch with your most loyal customers. Finally, you can generate an About page that highlights the people from your firm, along with the details that make your brand what it is.
This eStore theme will take your online brand from a lingering thought to a stunning reality. Captivate your visitors with a visually appealing layout and striking features to make your eStore into THE eStore. This is one of the best free WooCommerce themes on the market, simply because it has everything you could ever think of that you’d need for you online store – and then some.
Easy access to contact details, space for ads and multiple slots to promote different sales and hot deals on your items make this theme ideal for anyone looking to maximize their online earning potential through their website. You can even personalize the shopping experience for your customers in different countries – the eStore theme also gives you the choice of switching between languages and currency conversions.
A high-functioning search feature, the ability for customers to review purchased products, easy to read category and product pages, as well as a membership option for loyal customers gives this theme the details you need to create an online brand complete with a throng of invested followers and supporters.
eStore is the perfect choice if you’re looking for a complete package – and it’s free!
Visually appealing themes are perfect for online stores, because potential customers make decisions based off what they see. AccessPress is the theme you’re looking for if you want to highlight the beauty of the products you have in your online store. The slider gives you the option to showcase full-size, high-definition images to lure in your audience.
You also have multiple spaces to showcase deals and sales currently going on, as well as new items that have been added to your store. The AccessPress front page has a space for any and everything your online store would need: Youtube videos, wishlist creation, category spotlight and much more! The footer of this theme also gives you the opportunity to collect emails for your newsletter, spotlight your brand’s twitter feed, and showcase your contact information.
For a free Woocommerce theme, AccessPress is quite the steal! You’ll be hard pressed to find another theme that offers this level of functionality, cutting edge visual appeal and customization. This free theme is exactly what you need to get your online store up and running on a tight budget.
If you’re looking to get an e-commerce site up quickly, Storefront might be the perfect theme option for you. It was developed by WooThemes themselves, so you know it’s going to offer the utmost in compatibility with the WooCommerce plugin. It’s also rather customizable. You can choose from several layout and color options as well as place widgets in a number of widgetized areas across your site.
Storefront also offers a responsive design and a layout that’s easy to customize.
Mystile kicks off this list of WooCommerce themes on the right foot. You can use it exactly as it’s initially configured or you can set up a design that matches more closely to the products you offer. It’s responsive and offers plenty of customization options for changing the colors and look. You can customize the homepage thanks to lots of widget areas and it comes with two nifty short codes: a sticky note and a sale banner. Plus, all of the WooCommerce widgets have been styled to give your site a seamless look.
The Artificer theme is responsive and highly adaptable. Truly. It’s described as “device agnostic,” meaning it adapts to whatever design it’s being viewed on to provide an optimized design. Each WooCommerce element has been appropriately styled and the theme can be customized to suit just about any color scheme you prefer. It comes equipped with shortcodes, of course, and custom widget areas on the homepage that make building your preferred site design as simple as can be.
Need something clean and professional for your online store? Then discover by AntThemes is a possible theme choice. It’s tidy and organized, so it definitely exudes a business vibe. It’s responsive and offers a variety of options including threaded comments, multi-level drop down menus, custom menus, header images and backgrounds, and more. The orange and white color scheme might not work for everyone but what it does work for, it’ll work well.
Wootique, as its name would suggest, is a great theme option for boutique-style online stores, though it can be adapted for just about any product type. It offers plenty of customization options including the background color, background image, menus, and the footer. You can customize the overall color scheme to match your brand. It also has a customizable CSS3 and jQuery slider–with some cool animations–on the homepage for showing off featured products. Wootique also allows you to customize the homepage layout and it comes equipped with a sidebar, 4 footer areas, and 8 custom Woo Widgets.
Developed by Klasik Themes, the Klasik Framework is described as a “starter” theme that gives people a quick jump into building a WooCommerce site. It can be used for just about any type of business, blog, or portfolio site and comes with customization options aplenty for building precisely the kind of site you want to create. It comes with 8 widget areas, 4 custom widgets, and more. Use a custom logo and modify the site through theme options easily. Klasik Framework is also Retina ready, responsive, and completely compatible with WooCommerce.
So many free themes out there nowadays are offering premium features and, quite frankly, I find it inspiring. Virtue from Kadence Themes is a good example of that. The design is modern and responsive. It’s built on Bootstrap and looks good on any device. Most importantly here, it’s compatible with WooCommerce and comes capable of building an online store right out of the box. It comes with portfolio page options, too, so it’ll work for any kind of business site. The options panel is robust so you can easily establish page layout, slider content, fonts, and more with just a few clicks.
Vantage was developed by SiteOrigin and offers a clean and simple layout to complement any online store. It’s integrated with several plugins, too, to make for a more intuitive developmental experience. It works with WooCommerce, of course, but it also works with Page Builder and MetaSlider for building custom, responsive layouts and custom sliders, respectively. You have total control over your site, and for a free theme, that’s really impressive.
This lightweight theme was developed by James Koster, and is designed to show off your best content — whether that’s a blog, portfolio, or online store. It’s responsive and makes typography a primary focus. It’s also got a ton of widget areas that make customization straightforward. Change the colors, header, background image, and the layout. It’s even child-theme friendly. This one’s definitely worth a look.
Intuition is a responsive theme designed for showing off your content with a bit of style. Developed by CPOThemes, it sports an animated slider on the homepage and featured content blocks so you can easily showcase your company’s best features and/or products. It’s compatible with WooCommerce along with several other plugins like WordPress SEO by Yoast and Contact Form 7. It comes with shortcodes, custom colors, custom typography, layout control — need I go on?
I really like the simplicity of this one. There’s a subtlety and elegance here that’s often missing in free themes. Fruitful by Fruitfulcode is a responsive theme that offers numerous theme options that make customization easy. You can switch up styles, select from two layout types, upload your own logo, change the background, modify colors, add a header, change where menus appear, and more. You can also customize the slider, social icons, fonts, and so many things I can’t list them all here. Fruitful is designed to work with WooCommerce, WPML, and Contact Form 7. Well worth the download, in my opinion.
Terrific, indeed. The Terrifico theme from VPThemes is responsive and loaded with features designed to make your life easier. It has an advanced admin panel, so customization is a given. Add a custom background, logo, and favicon. Select from a variety of post formats. Select a boxed or wide layout. Modify two sliders, select from a variety of typography options, and configure your social icons. It has support for Google Fonts, translation, and WooCommerce. By my question is, what doesn’t this theme do?
SaleJunction was designed with e-commerce in mind, and it shows. But that doesn’t mean it’s boring. This theme has some serious style. Developed by InkThemes, it’s integrated with WooCommerce so you can start setting up your online store right after install. It’s fully responsive, has a slider, a blog page template, and an intuitive options panel. You can also upload your own logo and display your latest blog posts to boost visitor engagement.
Developed by Ideabox Themes, SmartShop Lite is designed for use with WooCommerce and Easy Digital Downloads. It’s responsive and perfect for selling your wares online. It features a live customizer that lets you preview changes as you make them. It comes pre-styled for the WooCommerce plugin and lets you display featured products on your homepage with just a click. Add your own logo or background image, select from a variety of colors, and select from a variety of widgets. Truly, it’s the smart way to set up your online store.
Developed by Dessky, WooShop Lite is a responsive theme made for use with WooCommerce. While there is a pro version available, the free version is nothing to sneeze at. It features a homepage slider and a featured products slider powered by Flexslider to show off your top items. It has a blog page template, shortcodes for the homepage layout, social media icons, jQuery sub menu dropdowns, and more.
If you want a theme that’s inherently professional and super easy to setup, you’ll enjoy SKT Biz. It’s described as a multipurpose theme and it’s also responsive so it’ll look great on any device. It can be used for any kind of business, really, but if a sleek professional look is what you’re aiming for, you can’t go wrong here. SKT Biz comes with a ready slider, works with Contact Form 7, and includes a theme options panel for easy customization.
tokokoo specializes in premium e-commerce themes for WordPress but this time around, it’s made an exception with its Ikonik Lite WooCommerce Themes. This theme is perfect for setting up an online store for graphic design products like logos, buttons, and icons. It features a horizontal slider for new products and a vertical slider for featured products, both of which are sure to capture attention. It also has custom pagination, so you can display your products by the most recent, by price, or by however you want.
Seller was designed specifically to work with the WooCommerce plugin, which makes it a natural inclusion on this list. It offers a professional-looking layout without appearing too stuffy. You can easily set up an e-commerce site with this free theme without having to sacrifice some premium-level features. For instance, Seller comes with a responsive design, footer widgets, a slider, a showcase area, multiple page layouts, custom widgets, and more. And did I mention it looks great, too?
The Skeleton is simple, straightforward, and highly compatible with WooCommerce and bbpress. Select from one or two column posts. Filter the homepage contents by category. And you can opt to have your WooCommerce featured products show up on the homepage. It has 12 widget areas, 3 spots to put menus, and more. This one’s really simple, as I said, but it has a nice style that you might find useful.
Developed by ThemeHall, the Shopping theme is a child theme specifically designed to work with WooCommerce. It’s simple, attractive, and makes your products the star of the show. It’s totally mobile-friendly and makes getting your online store off the ground just a little bit easier. If all you need is the basics, Shopping is a good fit for just about any e-commerce site.
Simpleo is another VPThemes creation that offers a really attractive design for any online store. It’s responsive and comes with a bunch of neat features like custom backgrounds, logos, and favicons, WooCommerce support, Google Fonts support, as many colors as you want, and social icons. It also comes equipped with two sliders for showing off your products and a variety of blog post formats, so you can share any content you want with ease.
NanoShop Lite is another Dessky creation. This theme offers everything you need to get an online store up and running with minimal fuss. It’s responsive and retina ready so all of your product images will look top-notch. The theme’s structure is optimized for SEO and compatible with WordPress SEO by Yoast and All in One SEO Pack, making your products easier to find by potential customers. It’s also extremely lightweight, built on Bootstrap, and features a responsive slider.
The Market theme was developed by Rohit Tripathi and offers a simple way to present your products for sale. It’s fully integrated with WooCommerce but can be used for any other kind of site, too. It features animations, menus, custom widgets, full-width layout, social icons, and an extensive options panel for making all the custom tweaks you want. It’s straightforward and clean and perfect for a multitude of store types.
This theme is another offering from tokokoo and was specifically designed for WooCommerce powered stores that sell food-based products. It has a dark design that’s appealing for bright, vivid photos of a variety of yummy treats. It’s responsive, so it’ll look great no matter where your customers view it and sports an image slider at the top of the homepage for displaying featured products, sales, or what have you. A products slider follows below it. Dapurkue Lite is lovely to look at and sure to whet a few appetites.
If you’re a fan of the Genesis Framework, you should be all over this free theme from AyoThemes. AyoShop relies on WooCommerce to make displaying and managing your store’s products a snap. The design will work with any kind of online store you can think of and is streamlined so it loads quickly. It comes equipped with unlimited color schemes, child theme options, and it’s WP Customize ready. Plus it’s responsive, of course.
Created by wRock, the eSell theme tells you pretty much everything you need to know in its title. It was designed with e-commerce in mind and can be customized easily for use with WooCommerce. It also works with bbPress and is totally responsive for a pleasant user experience. It’s search engine friendly, Adsense ready, and is all set up for social media integration. It also has a popular post widget, latest post widget, advertisement management, multiple dropdown menus, custom background and header, author profiles, and more.
Mesocolumn is a BuddyPress and WooCommerce-compatible theme designed by Dezzain that merges e-commerce with community with stunning effect. It has a variety of page templates to choose from including blog with excerpt, blog with full content, full-width, and links. The homepage can display as a featured category magazine grid. It’s responsive and can be browsed on any device. It supports BBPress, too, so you can set up a forum with ease. You can set a different color for each category, choose from 600+ Google Fonts, set unlimited colors for your sidebar, navigation, and footer, and integrate banner ads, if you’d like. This theme has truly thought of everything.
The Base WP theme isn’t the most popular free WooCommerce option on the market, but it deserves a mention for its simplicity and grid-based design framework. The theme works well on just about any device, and it comes prepackaged with SEO support, ensuring your website is available for the search engine crawlers. With multilingual support your store has a chance to bring in additional customers from all over the world. Move around widgets in the sidebar, and implement useful components such as recent post, recent comment and category modules. If you’re looking for a minimalist theme for your next online store, this is a wonderful place to start.
Developed by Themes & Co, Customizr offers the unique ability to customize your site as it’s live. That means you can see how your modifications will look on the live site as you make them. Pretty neat, right? You can change up the site’s skin, logo, sliders, layout, social profiles, featured blocks, and CSS live. It’s responsive, flat, and perfect for an online store or even a portfolio. And it’s not only compatible with WooCommerce, it also works with bbPress and qTranslate. Customizr is child theme friendly, features a theme options panel, threaded comments, 9 post formats, widgets, and more.
The Make theme stands out from the very start with flat and modern social media buttons at the very top (movable if needed). The true power comes from the intuitive drag and drop editor, the likes of which you can generally only find in premium themes. Incorporate a portfolio or photo gallery with direct integration with WooCommerce for sharing your products without distracting your users. Customize all the settings from the backend by starting with fonts, colors, layouts, a logo and background. The theme is responsive, so anyone can view your online store from any tablet or smartphone device they choose.
The Responsive theme from CyberChimps is, as you might’ve guessed, responsive. It has a fluid grid system that makes it easy for it to fit any size screen. It comes with 9 different page templates, 11 widget areas, 6 template layouts, 4 different places to put menus, and a really useful theme options panel, so you’re certain to have control over your layout. Add a logo and social media icons. Integrate Webmaster Tools. It’s retina-ready, translation ready, SEO friendly, and completely equipped to work with WooCommerce. Nice!
The i-Transform theme comes packaged with the powerful TemplatesNext Toolkit plugin, providing various features such as custom blog posts, testimonials, unlimited sliders and portfolios. This stylish WooCommerce theme option is based off the popular Twenty Thirteen WordPress theme, with a few additional features to make it a little more desirable. Some of these features include an incredible admin options module, five color schemes and a featured post section. The slider moves well for grabbing attention, and the social media integration is comfortable and lightweight. When you scroll down below the slider you’ll notice that the frontend interface uses white space well, so nothing looks too cluttered or intimidating–ideal for an up-and-coming online store.