How much were you prepared to splurge on your online storefront’s look and aesthetic appeal? 60, 80, maybe 100 USD? What if you could get a great look for your WordPress and WooCommerce powered store for the low, low cost of nothing?
That’s true, and that’s possible thanks to the brilliant and amazing theme developers of WordPress. The following themes could be the results of methodical experimentation with great design and good code, or they may have been created because the author is building up a portfolio and testing his/her own strengths in the current market.
Regardless, here are 10 WooCommerce-compatible WordPress themes, available to you for free:
Available at: WordPress.org Theme Repository, Themefoundry.com
Make by Theme Foundry is simple and sophisticated.
The theme packs a Page Builder which is actually simple to grasp and work with (there are starter guides available for this theme). The design is clean and user-friendly: with no unsightly bumps in terms of navigation and general interface usability at all.
The theme is not only compatible with WooCommerce but also works very beautifully with other selling plugins Easy Digital Downloads. It’s also compatible with conversion-centered plugins like Gravity Forms and Nelio A/B Testing.
The theme is built with collaboration between experienced WordPress Geeks. It’s sharp and fast.
Available at: Woothemes.com
The theme is developed on Woo Framework and it’s developed by Woothemes. There’s no chance of it lacking in any way or form for eCommerce.
Mystile has no support, but it does have custom homepage, lots of shortcodes, great design configurations, and designed specifically for WooCommerce. It’s WooCommerce widget-specific post types and templates are created for perfect integration with the rest of the design, along with product categories, descriptions, cart and checkout, user-accounts and profiles, et al.
For every online store powered by WooCommerce (1 million and counting), this theme is a must have, if only to see what truly amazing WooCommerce themes are supposed to be like
Author: Brian Harris, Zulfikar Nore
Available at: WordPress.org Theme Repository, WPStrapCode.com
iTek is pretty feature packed in terms of design, almost as much as a premium theme (but not quite).
The theme allows 4 menu locations (3 typical and 1 for social links), sidebar and showcase area for widgets, 3 custom-made widgets (Ephemera, Page Showcase, and a Recent Posts widget by iTek. The design incorporates parallax, great transitions and effects, and lets you tinker with background colors and images.
The theme supports WooCommerce and bbPress. It’s also capable of localizing global stores with Translation-readiness.
Author: Tomas Toman
Available at: WordPress.org Theme Repository, TomasToman.cz
RestImpo’s design tells a lot about the Czech theme author Toman’s artistic soul.
With a beatific design and accompanying customization options, RestImpo is multipurpose. It comes with multiple menu areas, couple of custom widgets, widgetized homepage, over 200 fonts, and social networking icons.
The theme supports right to left (RTL) languages while already packing localization friendly translations in Czech, Danish, French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish and more.
By this point, the fact that it’s WooCommerce compatible is only a ceremony.
Available at: Colorlib.com
WooCommerce compatibility used to be a premium theme feature in Colorlib’s Sparkling theme. Not anymore.
This free theme is superbly designed and packs a pretty powerful punch in terms of clean code and compliance as well as fabulous Flat design built with Bootstrap 3. It is full to the brim with amazing features like full screen sliders, infinite scroll, FontAwesome icons, and endless color options.
The theme is WPML-friendly, retina-ready, and extensively documented. The authors also provide theme support for Sparkling’s free version.
Author: Fruitful Code
Available at: WordPress.org Theme Repository, themes.Fruitfulcode.com
Fruitful is free, fantastically coded, and fabulously designed by people who gave preference to brains over tackiness.
Packing lots of whitespace that doesn’t feel surgical, Fruitful has a nicely crafted theme options panel which lets you configure everything from backgrounds, headers and footers, logos and favicons, menus, fonts, and more. It has jQuery Flex and Nivo slider which are considerably better for SEO than the chunky ones people pay for. It supports both responsive and fixed width layouts
The theme is super easy to work with and compatible with WooCommerce and WPML plugins.
Author: Greg Priday
Available at: WordPress.org Theme Repository, SiteOrigin.com
Vantage is simple, efficient, and multipurpose.
This brilliantly coded theme packs a great Page Builder with responsive page layouts built-in, a MetaSlider plugin, a whole load of third party plugins already bundled and integrated within the theme.
It’s compatible with WooCommerce, and guess what. Priday actually, proactively supports his free theme.
Available at: Colorlib.com
This is Sparkling’s sister theme from Colorlib.
The only difference between the two themes is layout and design. Otherwise, Dazzling packs the same superb featured slider, Font awesome icons, unlimited color options, infinite scroll, and more.
The theme is translation ready, WooCommerce compatible, retina-ready, and supported by theme authors, not to mention the thorough documentation.
Available at: WordPress.org Theme Repository, KlasikThemes.com
The author intends this theme to be used more as a framework / parent theme than anything else. With a great base filled with a dozen amazing custom widgets, RTL support, WPML compatibility, and the nicely optimized (search engine as well as performance) code, the theme ensures smooth functioning and a UX-friendly wireframe for you to style with child themes and custom CSS.
There are 6 widget areas and the theme works well with all FontAwesome icons. The theme supports WooCommerce and WPML translations plugins too.
Klasik Framework is a base/starter theme for quicker WordPress theme development. Perfect to use as business, portfolio, gallery, blog, personal and any kind of websites. Theme features 6 widget area, 12 custom widget and simple Theme Option for full CMS control with easy Logo Upload, etc. Klasik
Available at: Colorlib.com
Colorlib’s Unite takes the mantle as the theme we’ll close this post with.
Like Sparkling and Dazzling, WooCommerce compatibility is only newly available with Unite. But the theme’s artistically minimalist design, along with the usual plethora of full page slider, font awesome icons, infinite scroll, retina-ready interface, and translation ready files would have made the theme a great choice even without it.
The themes listed above are taken from trusted sources only and checked for good, error free code and compatibility issues with the most popular plugins. So far, all of them passed the test, which is why they are here.