10 Best Free & Pro Elementor Template Resources

Elementor gives you the power to create designs from scratch, but sometimes you might want to save time by using a premade template. Here are 10 places where you can find pro and free Elementor templates to download and use on your sites.

Looking for the best places to find Elementor templates?

While Elementor gives you the power to create designs from scratch, sometimes you might want to save some time by inserting a premade template.

To help you do just that, we’ve collected 10 places where you can find free and premium Elementor templates to use on your sites.

Let’s dig in!

Envato Elements is a huge collection of FREE Elementor page and block templates. Currently, you get access to over 2,000 Elementor page templates spread across 70 template kits, including block templates and templates for Elementor Popup Builder.

Once you install and activate the free Envato Elements plugin, you’ll be able to browse all the available templates from inside your WordPress dashboard and choose which ones to import:

Any template marked Pro just requires Elementor Pro to use – that does not mean you need to payEnvato to use it.

Once you import a template, it will be available in the My Templates tab in Elementor.

Beyond that, you’ll also get an Envato Elements button in the actual Elementor interface that lets you import the many block templates:

TemplateMonster is a popular marketplace that offers a dedicated section just for Elementor templates.

Currently, there are well over 100 premium Elementor templates on offer. Most templates cost just $7 or $14 each, though you will find a few templates that deviate from that pricing structure.

The reason for the price difference is that the higher-priced templates usually come as a set of five or six pages, rather than just a single template.

You can also find section design sets for Elementor. For example, the Testiz set comes with 17 different template block designs that you can drop into your content.

Katka Template Pack is a free set of Elementor page, block, and popup templates. At the time that we’re writing this post, you get access to:

Again, these templates are 100% free, though the developer does include an option to leave a $5 tip if you want to support the project.

When you download the templates, you’ll get a big ZIP file with a JPG screenshot of the template, as well as the JSON file that you’ll need to import to Elementor. You can then pick and choose exactly which templates you want to add to your template library.

EasyThemePacks is a set of premium niche-focused Elementor templates.

Currently, EasyThemePacks sells 15 different Elementor templates for niches like:

  • Cafes/bakeries
  • Lawyers
  • Restaurants
  • Travel agencies
  • Etc.

Some of the templates rely on Elementor Pro widgets, but the description for each template will clearly mark what those widgets are. Even if you don’t have Elementor Pro, you’ll still be able to use the template (just sans the Pro widgets).

Another nice thing is that you have the rights to use all of the images included in the template.

To access the templates, you can pay:

  • $39 for an individual template and one year of support/updates
  • $59 for access to all templates and one year of support/updates
  • $99 for lifetime access to all current and future templates

Sizzify Lite is a free plugin from ThemeIsle that, in addition to adding 11 new Elementor widgets that you can use in your designs, also tacks on a bunch of new page templates that you can import as desired.

Currently, Sizzify Lite includes 13 different Elementor page templates. Most of these templates are landing pages, though you’ll also find templates for sub-pages (like an “About Us” page).

Once you install and activate the free plugin, you can choose which templates to import from inside your WordPress dashboard:

There’s also a $39 Pro version of Sizzify that adds 14 additional templates to the mix.

ElementorHQ is a “multipurpose Elementor template pack” from the folks at CakeWP.

It has a unique approach to templates. Rather than giving you templates spread out over different niches, ElementorHQ gives you one single set of cohesive, but flexible, templates.

For example, you’ll get:

  • 3 different themed homepages
  • Testimonials page
  • Team page
  • About Us page
  • Etc.

You can see the full demo here.

Using Elementor, you can add or remove page sections as needed to make the designs your own.

ElementorHQ will cost you $35 for access to all of the templates.

The Landing Factory is a big collection of 323+ Elementor Pro templates.

While the name suggests that these are all landing page templates, you’ll actually find themed sets that cover other uses, as well.

For example, you’ll find templates for Contact and About Us pages that have the same niche/design as a landing page template.

Beyond that, the templates cover a range of different niches, with designs for everything from organic food shops to generic businesses, travel agencies, construction companies, and more.

There are two licenses for the templates:

  • Personal – use on your own sites – either $16 for individual templates or $168 per year for access to all templates.
  • Agency – use on client sites – either $63 for individual templates or $336 per year for access to all templates.

You can also grab lifetime agency access for $597.

LaunchParty is a collection of 650+ free Elementor templates, covering:

All the templates are actually part of a course that teaches you how to build a website with Elementor, but you can also just download the standalone templates and start using them in your own projects.

The templates all have a similar aesthetic, which makes them easy to mix-and-match (though you don’t get the benefit of niche-focused templates).

When you download the templates, you can choose from different color schemes. Or, you can even create your own color scheme to apply before downloading, which is neat.

Then, you’ll get a ZIP file containing the JSON files for all the templates, which lets you import only the exact templates that you want to use.

Elementorism is a set of 49+ free and premium Elementor templates from CSSIgniter.

The templates are all divided into specific niches, like templates for weddings, travel, restaurants, etc.

Most of them are paid, but you can also find a few free templates sprinkled throughout.

To get access to all the templates, you’ll pay just $39, which includes lifetime usage and one year of support and updates.

Finally, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention our own library of Elementor templates!

With both the free version of Elementor and Elementor Pro, you get access to hundreds of Elementor page, block, and popup templates from right inside the Elementor interface:

You can search and filter them as needed to find the right template. And inserting a template is as simple as clicking a button.

You can browse all of the page templates here.

Get your dose of some spectacular templates for Elementor, available for free, curtesy of AnalogWP. Get the templates here.

If you want to learn how to build a website without templates, check out the WordPress training course we created on HubSpot Academy.


That wraps up our thoughts on the best spots to find paid and free templates.

If you’re not sure how to import an Elementor template from a JSON file, check out this help article (the instructions are at the bottom of the article). And if you have any other questions about using templates, ask away in the comments!

About the Author

Colin Newcomer
Colin Newcomer
Colin is a freelance writer for hire specializing in WordPress and digital marketing. Grow your business with in-depth, conversational blog posts.

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31 Responses

  1. Elementor has one of the most organized libraries of any page builder. It’s a pleasure to look through and find almost anything you need. I would say Envato Elements is a close second.

  2. ?? Woooooooow now I have a problem of choice. More awesome templates. By the way, I like the widgets options offered by Sizzify Lite. Does it mean that I get to use Widgets when using these templates? This will save me a lot of work.

    The current Elementor plugin installed on my website does not have this option.

  3. I recognize three names on this list: Elements plugin, Katka, and TemplateMonster. Elements plugin is quite nice but I stopped using it because new sections and pages are seldom updated. Katka is free to use but their templates lack some creative touch, meh, so I stopped using it also. As for the last name TemplateMonster, there’s a lot of items created is different styles, but now I’ve switched to their new project ONE, which is a subscription service. There they’ve gathered all items that I wanted, and looks like I’m gonna stay there for a while 🙂

  4. I, personally, love TemplateMonster Elementor templates – they are so professionally built! Most of them has not only a single page, but are provided as a set of pages, which is very convenient. I had never had any problems customizing them with Elementor. TemplateMonster was my favorite marketplace even before I started using Elementor and now I love it even more! I recommend it to everyone!

  5. It’s also worth mentioning that with WPTemplator is a great tool you can create your own and share them. It’s what we have done at Online Mastery offering private templates to our clients.

  6. Have used pretty much all of them, andamix and match based on project needs. AnalogWP is worth noting, similar functionality as Envato within the builder. It has some really snazzy designs

  7. Seriously, there’s no doubt about what you just said. I will go premium when I’m ready to take my business to the next level.

    No need to buy additional optin forms for instance, as this will be taken care of my Elementor. I can’t wait to find out how their optin pages will look like.

    I hope they will be as amazing as their landing pages templates.

  8. I wish I could tour them all at once, ThemeForest style, but they’re awesome and detailed and free, so that’s a small price to pay =)

  9. This is an absolute go-to post for elementor resources! Well done! 🙂 Perhaps you can also add our site ElementorResources.com as bonus also for Elementor templates? 🙂

  10. Great article!
    I have one question as a beginner…For example I want to create a website and I buy some premium theme with premium plugins, when I finish creating that site I want to sell it to someone, does that someone person need to buy that premium theme too when we migrate the site to his hosting service, I hope You understand what I want to ask…!?
    Best regards!
    Arjun Singh

  11. Hello,
    I’d be so grateful if anyone can help- I’ve been racking my brain for 2 days trying to import templates into Elementor Pro. ALL the instructions I’ve googled and read and watched and tried (not kidding) for two whole days pretty much say the same thing- which I’ve tried 200 times is NOT working. Here’s the situation: I have an account on Envato Elements and I am paying the monthly subscription fee. I’ve downloaded (from the Envato Elements website) various themes/templates (however for instruction purposes right now I’m looking to upload templates, not themes) and after downloading I receive the file unzipped in a file folder. I’ve tried uploading SO many of the files — in many I do NOT see ANY .JSON file types and in only a select few I see ONE .JSON file type so I upload/attempt to import into Elementor and I either receive a long list of _invalid file OR ERROR in file type. I’ve also tried the same steps above, but instead of going into the template folder (downloaded) I’ll compress/zip it than attempt to upload/import as a .zip file and STILL NOTHING. There has to be something very simple I am missing or something is incompatible I have no idea but I’m SO FRUSTRATED! And yes– I have the most uptodate WordPress version, all the plugins have been updated and I’ve deactivated AND deleted any PLUGINS that were not necessary as I know sometimes plugins can cause interference. I have the bare bones as far as plugins. I’m seriously going to cry and throw my computer out the window and have to move to a completely different application–divi/beaver builder even though I’ve already shelled out $$ for Pro versions of almost everything I use.

    I’ve built MANY websites w/ theme builders and wordpress in the past- its been about 2 years and I know things change but I haven’t completely lost all my tech skills- THIS stupid part is holding me back and costing me so much time and energy, please help!! THANK YOU!


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