Adamas is a clean theme that has a lot of fancy features, like the Revolution Slider and a really nice slideshow. The Woocommerce product pages look great, and the checkout/cart pages are well designed. Two things I always look at when checking out a theme.
I just love this theme. It’s one of the best out there in my opinion, and comes loaded with all sorts of great shortcodes to create amazing layout configurations. It’s a good layout for all sorts of different stores, and allows the user to switch up the style/look/feel to their needs. The layout is responsive, and it also includes full access to Google fonts.
This is another theme with a simply amazing design that offers great layout options and customization ability. Similar to Flatsome, it doesn’t come with a ton of different styles out of the box, but enough tweaks and customization through the theme options can make it a versatile choice for any shop. The revolution slider demos they provide are creative, and provide excellent examples of how you can present products.
Mercor is another great theme with lots of modern features that will help you create all sorts of page layouts. With tons of customization options, fonts, colors, and more, you can easily shape this theme to look exactly how you want.
Proffet is a responsive Woocommerce theme that comes with some great layout options for an eCommerce site. I like the way they present the product categories, and the products themselves. It also has some great build-in SEO factors which make it a great choice for any store.
Shopifiq might be a sort of Shopify knockoff, but it’s a good one regardless. Again, I like the presentation of the products, and the homepage layout options. This theme is also responsive, so it will look perfect on any device.
If you’re looking for a Woocommerce theme with a little more creativity, “Handmade” might be for you. It’s a playful design, and I think it would be perfect for any sort of food sales – especially cupcakes!
Diamond is an elegant, modern theme with some nice features build into it. Like most of these themes, it is fully responsive. It also have a powerful admin area where you can customize all sorts of features.
SimpleOne is a clean theme with some neat features like integration with popular mailing tools like Mailchimp and a lot of widgets and shortcodes to customize your pages. An interesting sales point is hte “newsletter system” which, while not as robust as something like Mailchimp, does provide a convenient way to market your store.
This would be a great theme for a stylish fashion or jewelry store. The layout is modern and sophisticated, with retina-ready graphics so it looks nice and crisp on mobile devices and high-resolution screens.
Room09 would make a great choice for a furniture or home good store. It has a lot of great features like a wishlist and image zoom, which is great considering many people buy those as separate plugins for Woocommerce.
This theme blends a nice mix of traditional blog/website with a store, and the style has a techie vibe to it. That doesn’t mean you have to sell electronics on it though. Like most themes on this page, it can be tweaked to your liking and can match any style and feel you might want.