Where to Find the Best Elementor Templates
One of the best things about Elementor is that it makes it easy to get a website up and running fairly quickly. However, you can speed up the design process even more with the help of premade Elementor templates.
There is no shortage of designers and websites offering Elementor templates and in this article, we’ve rounded up the best of them.
Below, you’ll find the best websites for Elementor templates. Some are free and some are paid but all of them will save you tons of time when working on both personal and client projects.
1. Elementor Pro
The first place you should look for Elementor templates is the pro version of the plugin itself. While the free version of Elementor does offer a few templates to get you started, the Pro version comes with more than 300 templates as well as 90+ widgets.
You can search for templates based on the type of page your building or based on your business or website niche. The templates can easily be inserted onto your page with a single click and you’re free to modify them to match your needs. All of these templates are available to you when you upgrade to the Pro version of Elementor which starts at $49 for a 1-site license.
2. ThemeForest Template Kits
ThemeForest is a well-known marketplace where you can find thousands of WordPress themes. Well, you can also find premade templates made specifically for Elementor.
As you might expect from ThemeForest, you can find an Elementor template kit for any niche and they range in price from as low as $6 to as high as $29. All of the template kits include multiple page designs so you can easily use them to build an entire website. They are also easy to customize with your own colors, fonts, images, and more.
3. Envato Elements
Envato Elements is another part of Envato where you can find quality Elementor templates. They offer hundreds of template kits in various niches with all the necessary pages to build a complete website. You’ll also find more than 2000 individual Elementor templates.
You can browse all the templates by using their free plugin and import as many Elementor kits as you like. Some kits are free to import while others are paid. You can access the paid templates for Elementor by subscribing to Envato Elements’ monthly plan for $14.50/month.
4. One By Template Monster
One by Template Monster is a membership marketplace with thousands of design resources which include Elementor plugins and addons as well as Elementor templates.
You can find templates based on a page you’re building as well as templates for almost any niche. They currently have more than 700 Elementor templates. Pricing starts at $14.90/month. You can also buy lifetime membership for $599 or yearly membership for $179.
Crocoblock touts itself as the ultimate toolkit for anyone building a site with Elementor. On top of various Elementor add-ons, they also offer a number of premade templates for various industries.
Each template includes multiple page designs so you can easily build a complete website. The templates come as a part of the subscription. The price for the subscription starts at $80/year for one website, or $750 for unlimited websites for a lifetime.
Crocoblock also recently released a set of pre-built dynamic website templates for Elementor. These simplify the site-building process offering pre-coded appointment and booking forms, ajax-filtering, single pages, editable user profiles, and more.
It’s worth mentioning that Crocoblock also offers a limited number of free, individual Elementor pages that you can download and use with Elementor.
Designed by CSSIgniter, Elementorism is a set of 50+ premade landing pages and starter kits for Elementor. The templates are divided by niches so it’s relatively easy to find a design suitable for your type of website.
This set of templates includes both free and premium templates. You can get access to all of the templates for $49/year and this plan also includes a year of support and updates. You can use these templates on an unlimited number of websites.
7. Katka Template Pack
The Katka template pack offers a collection of Elementor template kits with multiple pages, popup templates, and block templates. What makes them stand out is that they have a nice collection of Elementor page templates designed with WooCommerce in mind.
This template pack includes 240 section blocks, 118 Pro page templates, and 114 Pro popup templates. You can purchase all of them for a one-time payment of $49 and use them on an unlimited number of personal and client websites.
8. The Landing Factory
The Landing Factory is a growing marketplace for Elementor templates with more than 600 templates. You can browse templates by the industry or by the type of page you want to create.
You can purchase individual page templates as well as template bundles that include multiple template designs. Individual templates range in price from $20-$63, depending on the type of license you want. Their personal license allows you to use templates on an unlimited number of personal websites while the Agency license allows you to use the templates on an unlimited number of personal and client websites.
Template bundles range in price from $77-$154, depending on whether you want to buy a personal or agency license.
Lastly, you can get access to all the templates for Elementor when you sign up for their membership plan. The membership plan costs $199/year.
9. Elementor Den
Elementor Den is a sister site of Divi Den that focuses exclusively on Elementor templates. They offer a small number of Elementor templates that are completely free to download and use.
All of the templates are single-page templates which means you won’t find complete page kits like with other websites on this list. However, if you need a quick and easy to use single page template for Elementor, it’s worth checking out.
10. MotoPress Templates
MotoPress also offers a decent selection of premium templates for Elementor. Like the other websites on this list, the templates are organized based on the industry and include multiple page designs. They include niches such as education, medical, blog, and more.
While most of these templates can be used with the free version of Elementor, some of them require the use of premium MotoPress add-ons. However, this is clearly marked for each template and you can still use the template even if you don’t have the premium version of Elementor.
All in all, you’ll find 30 premade templates that you can purchase separately, or signup for a membership for $299.
As you can see, there is no shortage of websites offering amazing Elementor templates. Now all that’s left to do is to bookmark them and start using them in your future design projects.
I appreciate three names on this list: Envato Elements, One By Template Monster, and Crocoblock Elements are quite nice. I mostly use it to make the client website. Thanks “wpexplorer” for sharing these resources.