8 of The Best Elementor-Based WordPress Themes

Updated: March 17, 2020

No one can deny the fact that Elementor is today’s most popular WordPress page builder plugin. Following the popularity of Elementor, some WordPress theme developers are offering Elementor as their default page builder plugin. To get the most out of Elementor, you can upgrade to the premium version. If you are lazy enough to upgrade to the premium version since Elementor accepts only a subscription model payment option, you can install add-ons. Alternatively, you can also use a theme that is optimized for Elementor.

Some Elementor-based WordPress themes such as Jupiter X and Monstroid2 are bundled with premium Elementor add-ons. Using a theme like Jupiter X or Monstroid2 is a great option if you have fallen in love with Elementor, yet hate the subscription business model since popular Elementor add-ons like Essential Addons, JetElements, and Happy Addons also adopt a subscription business model. Most Elementor-based WordPress themes are bundled with premium add-ons without requiring you to pay the subscription fee to use the add-ons. Instead, you can get the theme bundle with a one-time purchase option.

Here are 8 of the best Elementor-based WordPress themes.

1. Monstroid2

Monstroid2 is one of the Elementor-based WordPress themes that we recommend. You can read its review here.

Monstroid2 is an expensive enough theme, but it is bundled with several premium Elementor add-ons from Crocoblock. It is a perfect option if you love Elementor, but don’t want to upgrade to the premium version due to the subscription payment model adopted by Elementor. The following are the premium add-ons included on the theme bundle.

  • JetThemeCore
  • JetElements
  • JetBlocks
  • JetBlog
  • JetTricks
  • JetMenu
  • JetTabs
  • JetWooBuilder
  • JetPopup

All add-ons above are available on the Crocoblock website. If buy them individually, you need to spend about $19/year per add-on. The total budget you need to spend to get those add-ons is $124 per year. With the Monstroid2 bundle, you can get those add-ons with a one-time purchase option for only $75. Monstroid2 comes with skins. A skin is a set of Elementor templates designed specifically for a certain website type. You can import the templates in a single click.


  • Developer: Zemez
  • Price: $75

2. Jupiter X

We bought Jupiter X a couple of weeks ago to give it a test and impressed with it. First, this theme offers hundreds of premade website templates (pretty similar to Monstroid2 skins) that allow you to have a complete website in no time. All you need to do is click a button to import the set of templates on a website template. The template designs offered by Jupiter X are pretty cool. You can find website templates from a wide range of categories from online magazine, blog, photography, portfolio, e-commerce, and so on.

Jupiter X itself is the latest generation of the Jupiter theme. Before using Elementor as its default page builder, Jupiter previously used WPBakery. Same as Monstroid2, Jupiter X is also bundled with several premium Elementor add-ons from Crocoblock. Here are the premium add-ons included on the Jupiter X theme bundle:

  • JetSmartFilters
  • JetTabs
  • JetTricks
  • JetWooBuilder

Jupiter X is a perfect theme if you want to develop a website for a client since it comes with a white label feature.

Jupiter X:

  • Developer: Artbees
  • Price: $59

3. Soledad

Soledad is a theme designed for dynamic websites such as blogs and online magazines. So, if you are looking for a theme to create a blog or an online magazine, Soledad is one of the themes you can consider. This theme comes with about 30 extra Elementor widgets that you can use to add creative elements to a page you create. To save you time in creating a website, you can import a homepage demo offered by Soledad. All Soledad theme parts — from the header, footer, and single post layout — are customizable. Soledad if a perfect option if you are looking for an Elementor-based newspaper theme.


  • Developer: PenciDesign
  • Price: $59

4. Eduma

Want to create an educational website? Eduma is a perfect theme you can use. This theme is developed by the same developer as LearnPress, one of the most popular LMS plugins for WordPress. You can use Eduma to create websites like an LMS (Learning Management System) website, online course, training center, school website and other website types related to education. The theme bundle of Eduma includes the premium version of LearnPress. The offered website demos will ease your job in creating a website.

With Eduma, you can create an online course website like Udemy, Lynda, and Coursera with WordPress. Eduma supports integration with payment tools like PayPal, 2Checkout, and Stripe.


  • Developer: ThimPress
  • Price: $69

5. Houzez

Houzez is a perfect theme if you want to create a real estate website. It comes with several extra Elementor widgets that you can use to create a listing page.

Adding a location on the property page is crucial enough when you are creating a real estate website. Realizing this, Houzez allows you to integrate your website with map platforms such as Google Maps, OpenStreetMap and Mapbox. If you want to use Google Maps, the code of Houzez has been optimized to not exceed the $200 free monthly credit offered by Google.

When creating a real estate website with Houzez, you can add features like a 360-degree virtual tour, advanced search, advanced navigation, image gallery, map, and so on. Houzez comes with 9 cool listing page templates.


  • Developer: Favethemes
  • Price: $59

6. Phlox Pro

Phlox Pro is a multipurpose theme, not designed specifically for a certain website type. You can use it whether to create a portfolio, blog, or online magazine. This website also comes with premade website demos to ease your job in creating a website. All demos have a cool design, professional design. In addition to website demos, Phlox Pro also comes with ready-to-use page templates for Elementor. There are 12 header layouts and 12 footer layouts offered by Phlox Pro.

Phlox Pro:

  • Developer: Averta
  • Price: $39

7. MyListing

Just like the name suggests, MyListing is a great option if you want to create a listing website, especially a real estate website. MyListing is one of the competitors of Houzez. In addition to creating a real estate website, you can also use MyListing to create other listing websites such as event website and business directory website. You can use MyListing (with the help of WooCommerce) to sell listing packages. You can also monetize your listing website by accepting paid listing. Two map services supported by MyListing if you want to add a location to a listing item: Google Maps and Mapbox


  • Developer: 27collective
  • Price: $59

8. Woostroid2

Woostroid2 is developed by the same developer as Monstroid2. The difference, this theme is designed specifically for e-commerce websites. All of the skins are designed for e-commerce websites. This theme is also bundled with Elementor premium add-ons from Crocoblock. Here are the add-ons included on the theme bundle:

  • JetElements
  • JetMenu
  • JetWooBuilder
  • JetProductGallery
  • JetSmartFilters
  • JetCompareWishlist
  • JetPopup
  • JetTabsJetBlog
  • JetTricks
  • JetBlocks
  • JetThemeCore

There are over 50 e-commerce skins offered by Woostroid2 and the developer promises to update the skin each week. JetSmartFilters, one of the premium add-ons, allows you to add an advanced filtering feature to your store. You can add a filtering feature by price range, product category, brand, and other parameters you can set yourself.


  • Developer: Zemez
  • Price: $114

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