Over the years we have showcased a number of great e-commerce website designs for your inspiration. Today we’re featuring another 25 outstanding e-commerce designs from various designers. The sites showcased here represent a variety of different industries and you’ll also see a number of different styles of design. Hopefully the next time you are looking for some inspiration for your own e-commerce design this collection can prove to be helpful.
Large photos are a natural thing to include in an e-commerce site that targets photographers.
The website of Katherine Feiner uses a clean, minimalistic layout with a soft color scheme.
Black and white color scheme, a clean layout, and large product photos are some of the keys to this design.
A full-size background slider dominates the homepage of this e-commerce site.
Product and athlete photos play a large role in the design of Nike’s site.
Creative header and footer designs stand out on this site that features a stylish look.
This site that sells handmade jewelry features a bright header and a ribbon to hold the logo.
This women’s clothing site uses a colorful design.
The design for Plum Roots uses a textured background, a colorful navigation menu, and hand-drawn elements.
A clean design and large photographs are significant parts of Weego Home’s site design.
This site uses a subtle pattern for the header background and a full-size textured wood photo as the site background. One of the more interesting things about the site is that the product pages include Facebook comments, which should help to improve traffic from Facebook.
A full-size slider is the prominent feature of Maurie & Eve’s homepage.
Dark backgrounds aren’t extremely common on e-commerce sites, but Damn Fine Prints uses a nice dark textured background.
This t-shirt shop uses an awesome responsive design.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams uses a clean design with a bright orange color and a lot of product photos.
This responsive design is one of the more unique e-commerce designs that you’ll come across. This impacts the ordering process as well as just the look of the site.
Oliver Spencer uses a clean design to put all of the focus on the product photos.
A collection of photos takes up all of the screen real estate on the homepage.
Saught uses a subtle texture for the site’s background and distressed borders that have sort of a hand-drawn feel.
Forty Ninth Parallel uses a dark design with a blurred background photo.
Taylor Stitch uses a clean design and a minimalist color scheme.
Another clean design from a site that prioritizes product photos.
Studio Neat uses a nice design that works well for a site with only a small number of products.
Ditto’s homepage features a large slider. The site uses a clean design with large product photos.
LNA uses a minimalist layout with a black and white color scheme.