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Elementor template kits are a hot new trend for WordPress users.
The level of control Elementor has given non-developers is awesome, and template kits are taking things even further.
Not only are these templates very affordable, but they’re also fully customizable with the Elementor interface.
This means that you can quickly download one of these template packs, import the new pages and blocks into your site, and then create a gorgeous new website like the demos pictured below.
It’s a great workflow and big leap forward for site building with WordPress.
By the way, if you’re feeling lost, check out my complete Elementor tutorial, and then you’ll know exactly how to use these template kits on your site.
The best templates for Elementor
While template kits are still pretty new, Themeforest already has a few hundred packs listed.
Out of all the kits, these are the ones that stood out to me. They all have gorgeous designs, a good selection of page sections, and you’ll find a variety of different niches included as well.Here are my top picks for best Elementor WordPress themes for 2020.
1. Faber by deTheme (Themeforest)
Faber is a gorgeous template made for tech companies and startups. It includes 17 different page and section templates you can use to build a complete website without writing any code.
The example homepage featured in the screenshot above shows off the clean elegance of Faber. This template shows you how to employ bold and slick typography with strong dashes of color. While it’s all customizable thanks to Elementor, you find yourself leaving most of the styles untouched.
One more quality worth highlighting in this top Elementor template is its use of animations. There are perhaps too many animations in the demo site, but the elements fade-in to view so smoothly, it is quite enjoyable to watch. I’ve seen many templates with clunky animations, so it’s nice to see such a graceful implementation.
2. Coachie by deTheme (Themeforest)
Coachie stood out to me right away. The design is supremely professional and clean. Sometimes when you see a pre-made theme, it looks like a template website. But other times, the demo site really looks like a real website for an active business. Coachie delivers that vibe.
This template was made primarily for life coaches, but you could reuse it for any kind of personal branding website. There are lots of nice components like customer testimonials. Each testimonial has its own card design which the client’s avatar and star rating featured prominently.
Coachie also includes a secondary menu feature. If you click on the three dots in the top-right of the menu, it expands a full-screen window where you can link to your social profiles or anywhere else online. Since the header is totally customizable, this is optional, but it’s not a common feature to find in WordPress themes.
3. Blabber by Ancora Themes (Themeforest)
If you’re an Elementor Pro user then Blabber is a flexible way to upgrade your blog. Since Elementor Pro gives you the options to customize your posts and archive pages, Blabber takes advantage of this and gives you beautiful new blog templates.
Blabber includes 4 pre-made header styles that each give the site a different feel. As for the pages included, there are six different homepage templates, an about page, a contact page, gallery, team, and shop pages.
If you want to sell digital or physical products on your blog, you’ll love that Blabber has full WooCommerce integration. This is a great feature to have because it means you can enjoy the same style and level of design quality across your eCommerce store and blog.
4. Skape by WordPress River (Themeforest)
Skape is the perfect Elementor template for digital marketing agencies. The strong use of typography and high-contrast color palette give it the kind of look that is sure to match the characteristics of a bold marketing firm.
The Skape template has beautiful designs pre-made for all the types of pages you’d ever want to create. There are beautiful pricing tables, upcoming events, quotes, and many other different content sections. It works with the custom color and font controls you’re used to in Elementor.
I should also mention that like the other template kits listed here, Skape is made to work with the Envato Import plugin. This allows you to quickly import all of Skape’s custom blocks into your site. The whole process only takes a couple of minutes, and then you’ll be customizing your site with the all-new blocks from Skape.
5. Yogg by Iqonic Design (Themeforest)
The Yogg Elementor template was made for yoga studios and pilates trainers. If you are building a website to get new clients into yoga classes, this template will work wonders.
The Yogg theme uses lots of color to create warm and balanced pages. While the colors are totally customizable, you will likely want to keep the general style set by these templates. Browsing through the demo site, you’ll find that Yogg has a great variety of page sections to choose from. You can help visitors find new classes, meet your instructors, and more.
Yogg includes 10 fully designed page templates. Since you’ll reuse some of them for your inner pages, you can no doubt create a full website with just this template kit. The developers also guarantee that each template looks great across all devices and on all browsers.
6. Wellness by dtbaker (Themeforest)
The Wellness template kit provides simple designs for building a wellness center website. It would be a good fit for a psychological, nutritionist, or counseling website as well.
This template kit boasts 25 pre-designed page sections that come on top of Elementor’s already large selection of template sections. Advertise your services, introduce your team, share your latest posts, and more with these stylish page blocks.
Wellness also includes complete page designs for your:
- About page
- Contact page
There’s also a pre-designed header, call-to-action boxes, and a hero section design. All of these page elements are graded as “theme style” compatible, so it should work with whatever theme you choose. Overall, Wellness is a nice package and one of the more robust template kits currently offered.
7. eTutor by ThemeVan (Themeforest)
The eTutor theme really kicked things up a notch. I like this template kit because the designers created some really unique looks with it. There are parallax effects, multi-layered backgrounds, and many creative layouts.
eTutor was made for the specific sub-niche of IT education websites, but it could work equally well for a variety of educational or technology websites. There are ten different page templates included which will give you enough variation to create any pages you need. Of course, you can also use the page sections individually that are provided in this template pack.
Some of the pre-designed pages include a support FAQ-style page, contact, pricing, and course overview. In fact, there’s also a page to advertise your platform to teachers, so eTutor would be a great choice for an educational platform like Udemy. Whether you’re creating a simple education site or a course platform site, these templates are sure to help.
8. veApp by Pixel Show (Themeforest)
veApp is a template kit made for mobile apps and startups. It boasts 13 demo sites and more than 30 different pre-designed elements.
If you’ve got a mobile app to sell, you’ll find everything you need in the veApp kit. There are app store buttons, hero sections, reviews, and pricing layouts. The various elements are put together in 13 different page templates that you get when you buy veApp.
The way the kit is made, you can quickly insert one of the page templates into a blank page on your site and customize it from there. Or, you can insert one of the dozens of page sections into an existing page on your site made with Elementor. This gives you a lot of flexibility and many ways to use the awesome veApp template pack.
9. HelpNest by Xpeed Studio (Themeforest)
HelpNest was designed for charity and non-profit websites. It has a clean and friendly design that will match most organizations nicely. You can quickly swap out any text and images you see with your own, modify the colors, and change the fonts too if you’d like. HelpNest is fully compatible with all of Elementor’s built-in customization tools.
The HelpNest template has some nice touches like the light background text shown behind page sections. It adds a bit more context as well as a stylish flourish. It also makes good use of video and animation in the provided page blocks.
The fully responsive HelpNest template pack includes 12 complete pages and more than 25 page sections.
10. Lure by Mahative (Themeforest)
Lure is a dermatology and skincare template that would work well for beauty salons and any kind of wellness-related business. The soft color palettes and spacious layouts give the design a calming tone.
The Lure template pack includes three variations of the homepage design which you can easily insert into your site. There are also pages for your About page, Contact page, Services, and Pricing. In addition, there’s a Coming Soon template that you can toss up on your site while you finish your customizations. Lure also includes an Elementor popup design which is a nice touch.
With 10 different page templates and many pre-designed Elementor sections, Lure is a template kit you could easily use to create one or multiple WordPress websites.
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Faber was my top pick due to the exquisite magazine-cover-quality design, but there are a lot of other nice options featured above.
If you want to keep browsing, you can view the full list of template kits on Themeforest here:
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