If you are running a toy business on Shopify and think that audiences won’t care much about the website look, you might be wrong. No matter how good your products are, if your store lacks a visually attractive appearance, no one wants to waste time visiting, not to mention making a purchase.
In this article, we will suggest some top-notch Shopify themes for your toy stores. Check it below!
If you aim at younger children, Toytown is a good choice due to its bright color and kid-orientated typography. Besides, it is compatible with every browser and device (including mobiles), and you can exhibit your best-selling products thanks to the product slider module.
Toytown also includes comment sections and reviews - which are useful a lot in building up trust between you and your customers.
Baby Planet is another responsive theme that could be used for toys, clothes, and accessories stores. It also allows audiences to search for items on your website, making it ideal for stores with many product catalogs.
Besides, selling items on a global scale is pretty easy with Baby Planet due to its currency exchange system.
This theme has many functionalities, among which are five styles of mega menu that allow visitors to navigate around your site. Kutty Kids also includes a search function (like Baby planet), reviews (like Toytown), and newsletter popup.
Products can be displayed in two types: in list or in grid, depending on what you like. You can also boost sales by creating a sense of urgency with a countdown timer.
This mobile-friendly theme has straightforward content to help you direct audiences to products without too many difficulties. The blog function plays an important role in improving traffic to your site.
Some strengths of the theme contain a multilingual and multi-currency system, Google Maps for customers to find your physical store more easily, and a clean code to help your site have a high rank on search engines.
The colorful layout makes Sunrise one of the greatest choices for kid stores. Its promotional banner allows you to highlight your latest deal, while the slideshow function lets you show multiple product pictures on the homepage.
Other strong points of the theme are its high speed for loading and the search engine optimization to rank well in search results.
Different from the five themes above, Canopy seems to be more elegant with three options to select: Elda, Kiln, and Thread. While using this responsive theme, you can upload a video about your brand’s story on the homepage or enable the quick buy option to make the checkout process faster.
Like Canopy, Reach also includes three themes with their own attraction and uniqueness. It allows users to highlight testimonials and showcase the story of each product, therefore quite great for stores with not many items.
While Reach mainly evokes a traditional vibe, you can make it more modern with innumerable animation effects. Last but not least, the social share function plays an important role in helping you reach new audiences.