If you are using Webflow for your business and have no idea which theme (or template) to use, then continue reading below to see some of the best Webflow themes for businesses.
Unlike other theme lists, we’ve created this list based on the business type or industry. One great thing about Webflow is that they categorize themes not only based on the website type (Blog, Magazine, Portfolio, etc.) but based on the niche, subject or industry of the website as well (Architecture, Education, Retail, etc.) We’ve simply followed that style!
Of course, you can use any theme even if it “doesn’t match” your business type or industry. Be creative in that!
Also, we clearly cannot cover every type or industry, but we’ve covered the most common industries today. Meaning, we have a selected theme for a freelancer just as for anyone who runs a law firm!
So, let’s get started and get to know which theme is best for your business!
Business type: Freelancing businesses
Freelancer has a very-friendly theme design that will make your clients feel more comfortable in making business with you. Since you are making business as an individual freelancer, it’s great if you put personality and passion towards your website – something Freelancer will give you! Having the impression of being hospitable and friendly (and actually being hospitable and friendly!) is key to getting clients aside from your portfolio and skill level.
Business type: Creative agency
If you are running as an agency rather than as an individual freelancer, Dulce is a better theme for you.
The theme’s design has a creative vibe that will get your potential client’s attention. Dulce is also more “professional” than Freelancer, while not losing a sense of personality at the same time.
Dulce works best for creative agencies and marketing agencies.
Business type: Service business (mostly, of any industry)
Open is another theme that creative and marketing agencies can use for their websites. However, the design is so plain and simple that any business type – especially in the service business – can use it as well.
This means that Open can be used by creative agencies, travel agencies, law firms, real estate agencies, financial consultants, individual freelancer and even by e-commerce logistics companies.
It is highly customizable and has lots of icons to choose from to fit your design needs.
Business type: Software & tech business
The name itself suggests technological sophistication. Enigma is designed with web developers, software developers, and designers in mind.
Enigma works best if you are selling software, running a tech agency or any business related to computers, software, and technology.
The design’s sophistication and simplicity radiate a tech vibe that will make anyone looking for an IT expert want to check out your website (or even buy your software/services).
Business type: Blog
You probably already know this by now, but a blog can be a business as well! If you are running a blog for business (or simply a hobby), you should check out Notable.
Notable is so plain and simple it can fit on a variety of niches – clothing, lifestyle, self-help, travel, food, etc. If you are looking for a sleek, clean and simple theme for your blog, check out Notable. And unlike most in this list, it’s free!
Business type: Fitness business (coaching, gym, fitness blog, etc.)
If you are looking for a theme that inspires people (and even you) to go to the gym and lift those weights, Xtreme is for you! “Inspire” is actually an understatement; Xtreme’s default design scheme is PURE MOTIVATION!
If you are a coach, running a gym, fitness blog or working on anything related to fitness, Xtreme could be the theme for you!
Business type: Legal-related business (e.g. law firms)
Justice’s design scheme suggests you are a dependable lawyer (or your law firm is). Unlike other themes, it’s great if you show simplicity and reliability if you’re working or running a business related to anything legal.
Above all, Justice is created for lawyers and law firms to begin with. The design schemes create a sense that you are truly the expert of your chosen legal field.
Business type: Food business (restaurant, café, coffee shop, etc.)
Restaurante’s design scheme is simply appetizing looking at it would make you feel hungry. How much more if you added the photos of your restaurant’s food?
Restaurante, although clearly made for restaurants, is also great for cafés, coffee shops, burger joints, pizzerias, etc.
Business type: Financial business (accounting firm, financial consultants, etc.)
If Justice is made for lawyers, Contabile is made with accountants and financial consultants in mind.
The design scheme shows that you are a professional when offering financial and handling money matters. The sophistication of the theme gives you a wider option – it appeals both to individuals, small businesses and to big businesses and corporate giants as well.
Business type: Real estate
If you are a real estate agent, broker or running a real estate agency, Lux could be your theme!
Lux is so real estate-oriented that it has sections and pages typical real estate websites should have. For instance, they have sections and icons where you can say how many bathrooms and bedrooms you have. It is optimized for real estate!
Its design is also appealing for anyone looking for beautiful homes!
These are just some of the best themes for businesses if you are using Webflow.
As mentioned earlier, you can be creative and use any theme for your own purposes. And of course, you can customize the design and template to your liking!
But, if you are looking for a theme that actually meets your industry, then these are our picks!