40 Stunning Ecommerce Stores Built Using Shopify

40 Stunning Ecommerce Stores Built Using Shopify


Inspired Magazine, a popular web design and lifestyle magazine, featured a list of 40 beautifully designed Shopify stores. These online stores are great inspiration for all ecommerce entrepreneurs, so I thought I'd share them here on the blog. 

Take a stroll down their digital isles a bit and notice everything they're doing right: their company logos, product photography, clearly defined navigational elements, simple and user friendly layout, convincing call to action buttons, and course awesome products.

Faucet Face


Petit Paper

Good As Gold

The Noun Project

Flat Spot


Skinny Teatox

The Ghostly Store

Thistle & Thorne



Twelve Saturdays

Three Square Feet

Noon Copenhagen

Mammoth & Company

Pop Chart Lab

Studio Neat


A Book Apart

Little Sparrow

Penny Arcade

Zero Gravity

Ball and Buck

Grove Lane

Noggin Be There


United Citizens



So Worth Loving



The Heads of State



Kinky Tease

Cardinal Case

Factory 43

Also check out a newer gallery of beautifully designed Shopify stores

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  • Lee
    May 10 2012, 01:00PM

    can’t believe www.hardgraft.com is not included!

  • Jamie
    May 10 2012, 01:36PM

    Too many beautiful stores to list all of them :)

  • lee
    May 10 2012, 01:49PM

    true true…but that site amazes me visually. so many great shopify sites!!

    I don’t work there, just fyi ;)

  • James Stevenson
    James Stevenson
    May 10 2012, 02:14PM

    What is the new font used for headings in the Shopify blog. It’s nice and clean. Is it a Google web font?

  • @Shopify Paul Pritchard
    Paul Pritchard
    May 10 2012, 06:44PM

    Hi James — it’s a commercial font called Proxima Nova by Mark Simonson Studio. It’s not available for free, but Open Sans (on Google web fonts) is a decent alternative.

  • Andrew Youderian
    Andrew Youderian
    May 11 2012, 05:13PM

    Great showcase of stores! Many great designs, but I especially like the clean, slightly boxy look to Chalkd.

    Also, a “Women’s Football Fashion” store (Twelve Saturdays) and a “Head on a Stick” store (Noggin be there)? AWESOME! I’m obviously in the wrong market.

  • Jack Black
    Jack Black
    May 11 2012, 05:55PM

    Ehh, commercial font meaning…? You have a open type face somewhere and you converted it with fontsquirrel to the web font format ? :) That’s a very good question because I keep seeing people using Trade Gothic, Proxima, Clarendon(s) by the font-face method, but in reality, all it means is that you converted it from the print format to use on the site… You say commercial, I say, okay, it is but you use it as a web font which is not monitored by the font owner or he is not able to charge you for using it.. I know it, I have done it, I have had my own fonts be used like that before, and it sucks. The fair and legal way is the Typekit people :) Or Google fonts, or even Fontsquirell kits

  • benn
    May 15 2012, 01:52PM

    what about www.sivanaspirit.com !!? :)

  • sam
    May 20 2012, 03:34AM

    some of these look great, until you get to the checkout .. and the checkout has not been themed !?

  • Brian
    June 04 2012, 11:56AM

    Fantastic designs – reminds me to update our look! Then again, “ugly” is what we’re known for! :)

  • David
    June 04 2012, 12:03PM

    Some of them are ugly in my opinion.

    I do think you should see Teresa Alecrim, for what I know is the first Shopify Web Store to have the website in TWO languages


  • Meckety
    July 11 2012, 03:57AM

    I think some of the websites look great, there are others which do not convey the right message in terms of the nature of their buisness.

  • duncan
    September 19 2012, 06:54PM

    More important would be the conversion rates and bounce rates for these stores. I find the usability of many of these stores leaves something to be desired and the designs, layouts and visuals are more caught up in making statements than selling merchandise.

    Much of the navigation is not intuitive and is very unfriendly to the repeat shopper.The selections are sparse and excessive use of larger than life human faces with very carefully crafted expressions in the visuals distracts from the merchandise.

  • sam
    January 28 2013, 03:17AM

    would add http://www.lifestylebyps.com/ to this list.

  • Stephen Pratley
    Stephen Pratley
    January 28 2013, 07:08AM

    We’re quite proud of http://shappos.com which I reckon stands up to comparison with these and is selling well already.

  • Jane
    January 30 2013, 08:49PM

    I really like So Worth Loving’s category bar! Does anyone know how we can do that?

  • Photo master
    Photo master
    August 31 2013, 03:29AM

    Looks so festive.

  • Amandeep
    January 16 2014, 01:00PM

    Awesome List. I love Shopify!!

  • Bob
    January 26 2014, 05:06PM

    I’m new to Shopify and I see that most of the examples here have super larger headers? Is that the new trend or is that a Shopify thing? I like the look but I wonder if it isn’t taking up valuable real estate.

  • Alok
    May 31 2014, 02:48AM

    I think from your list “Noon Copenhagen” site in not build in the shopify, it build in the magento CMS please check it.

  • Natasha tuli
    Natasha tuli
    August 15 2014, 01:47PM

    Im looking for someone to design a shopify website for my website

  • Ace
    August 26 2014, 11:25PM

    www.bodyslimteaaus.com is missing australias best Detox Herbal Tea.

  • Will
    October 01 2014, 02:41PM

    Can you tell me who created the website for Luhsetea?

  • Maritza
    October 14 2014, 02:25PM

    What about toddsnyder.com and shoesfromlastnight.com

  • Sarah Jayne
    Sarah Jayne
    October 27 2014, 06:13AM


  • Fiona DeMarco
    Fiona DeMarco
    November 07 2014, 04:52AM

    Check out
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  • Nasif
    November 11 2014, 10:12AM

    Check out this exceptional shopify app for your stores



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  • Foreignshopper
    December 02 2014, 12:03PM

    Really very excited to see too many stores in one roof beautifuly arraged.Really Loved it

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