“These themes are hand-picked for their outstanding design quality, features, and customer reviews.”
Want a beautiful site that also effects your bottom-line?
The WordPress themes for toy stores included in this collection are much more than pretty. They also come with a wide range of practical features for building an online business.
Every theme here is powered by WooCommerce which is currently used on more websites than any other eCommerce platform. This means you get a great design and the reliable functionality of the WooCommerce platform. On top of that, you can also use any of the hundreds of WooCommerce extensions to further optimize and monetize your eCommerce shop.
Ready to see the themes? Keep reading to find the top picks.
Toy store WordPress themes
The themes featured here have amazing customer reviews, responsive designs that look great on mobile devices, and tons of flexible customization tools.Here are my top picks for best toy store WordPress themes for 2019.
1. Cocco by Mikado Themes (Themeforest)
This gorgeous theme is the perfect choice for an online eCommerce store specializing in toys and children’s clothes. It looks equally awesome on mobile devices, so make sure to load the demo on your phone too.
One thing that sets this theme apart is the variety of style. The developers at Mikado Themes have done an excellent job of making a theme powered by a page builder that doesn’t look the part. Each section blends into the next making it easy to create a dynamic and stylistically interesting website.
In addition to the flexibility offered by the page builder, there are also 40 shortcodes included for adding elements like featured products and image sliders into any post or page. Like the other themes here, Cocco is built to work with the WooCommerce plugin for all of the eCommerce functionality.
2. White Rabbit by Axiom Themes (Themeforest)
White Rabbit has an awesome style. It’s packed full of color, utilizes typography effectively, and sticks to an overall flat design aesthetic that will make your site look modern for years to come.
It’s easy for eCommerce sites to appear cluttered. Unlike a simple blog, eCommerce sites often have thousands of pages and multiple deals running at the same time to promote. White Rabbit does a nice job of clearly presenting one section at a time and using plenty of white space to keep the design relaxed and inviting.
The WPBakery (formerly Visual Composer) plugin comes bundled with White Rabbit for page building, but there are four prebuilt homepage layouts you can use. It’s often much faster and easier to start with a pre-made design and edit it to match your company’s needs. There are also dozens of shortcodes which let you add dynamic and complex elements into any regular post or page.
3. Juno by ThemeREX (Themeforest)
Juno has a clean style for building an online toy store. This premium theme is full of color (all customizable) and has plenty of ways to promote deals and discounts.
The WooCommerce integration is handled well allowing you to build a store with hundreds or even thousands of products. Each product page has an image gallery including a built-in lightbox similar to Amazon’s, related products, customer reviews, and a full product description. Juno also makes it easy to publish pages about your team and other services you may offer. You can even publish posts regularly on the blog which is equally full-featured and customizable.
Another benefit of using Juno is that it’s already fully compatible with the upcoming Gutenberg editor. Also, the ThemeREX developers have carefully updated Juno to ensure you can build a fully GDPR compliant website with it. This theme currently has 18 customer reviews who have all given it a full five stars, so give this them a look and find out what they’re all raving about.
4. KIDZ by Park of Ideas (Themeforest)
The KIDZ theme has a cool minimalist style. It might work best for a shop with a smaller number of items rather than a large department style eCommerce store.
One highlight of this premium theme is the effective use of iconography. The menu in the header is given plenty of space and the icons give it a premium boutique vibe. While it’s been included in this collection for use as a toy store theme, it can be used to sell any goods from strollers, clothes, and video games.
There are six demo sites available for previewing KIDZ, but the layouts and overall style are pretty consistent. The bold Montserrat font used throughout each page gives it a friendly style thanks to its rounded edges and readability. The page builder included is much simpler than many others and makes designing a custom homepage simple. There are also mega menus for improving navigation and 50 beautifully designed icons for toy stores included for free.
5. BerryKid by Themelexus (Themeforest)
If you’re looking for a fun and creatively styled WordPress theme for a kids toy store, check out the BerryKid theme. It will work great for selling clothes, toys, and games.
As an eCommerce theme, BerryKid has lots of different ways to highlight deals and product categories. There are four demo sites, and each one has a gorgeous homepage design with many of these page elements highlighted. You can customize any of these templates using the King Builder page builder.
The BerryKid theme also has lots of menu variations. Beyond simple drop-down menus, you can add expansive mega menus and vertical menus like the one in Amazon which is great for product department navigation. All of the eCommerce functionality is powered by WooCommerce, the most popular eCommerce store builder on the web.
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Which toy store theme is best for you?
It’s hard to pick from this collection!
To be honest, you’d do well with any of the themes featured here. If you want some guidance, make sure to look beyond the aesthetics of the theme and remember that the colors in all of these themes are customizable. Take a look at the features included and make sure you can achieve the layouts and design you want.
If you have any questions about the toy store themes featured here, leave a comment below.