Searching for some awesome Astra theme examples to see what you can do with this flexible WordPress theme?
In conjunction with a page builder like Elementor or Beaver Builder, Astra is the theme that a lot of developers use to create sites for clients, so you can find a ton of great examples of it in the wild.
If you want to know more about what makes Astra so great, check out our full Astra theme review. Otherwise, we’re going to jump straight into our Astra theme showcase.
As of the publish date on this post, all the sites on this list are guaranteed to be using the Astra theme. And because you might be interested in other aspects of how the site is built, I’ll also try to look at the source code and pick out which page builder or other relevant plugins each Astra theme example site is using (spoiler – all of these sites pair a pair builder with Astra – and most of the ones I found use Elementor).
Keep reading for your dose of Astra theme inspiration!
20+ Examples Of Websites Using The Astra Theme In 2018
It uses Astra for the base theme and, as you might have guessed from the types of templates they sell, it uses Elementor for the page designs.
As far as I can tell, Netweeb is a web design agency. And while I can’t read the language, I don’t need to in order to enjoy the web design!
This one has a neat smooth scroll effect with lots of little animations and details. Astra is the base theme, and Netweeb uses Elementor on top for all of the other design details.
3. IE Woodworking
IE Woodworking is a nice simple site focused on one goal – getting people to fill out that big pickup/delivery form.
Again – not much going on here. But a good example that you don’t necessarily need to have a busy site to meet your business goals.
Like the previous two themes, this one uses Elementor on top of the Astra theme.
4. Duke Richards Interiors
This one has some great imagery along with a lengthy and detailed homepage. The header is also pretty unique – it’s invisible at the top of the page, and then sticky once you start scrolling down.
Like the other three, Duke Richards Interiors is built with Elementor on top of Astra (you’ll see this duo a lot).
5. Honest Pixels
Honest Pixels uses Astra to create that classic agency styling. Nothing too fancy – just a nice clean design. Honest Pixels uses Beaver Builder on top of Astra for the effect, which is the first time Beaver Builder has made an entrance on this list.
This conference site uses smart Elementor shape dividers along with a video background to create a great experience alongside the Astra theme. Really nice, clean design on this one.
7. Jeffrey Betts
This one from Jeffrey Betts is super minimal – no fancy hero images or videos. I like the style, though. And it’s another great example of how you can make Astra “get out of the way” if desired.
This one also uses Elementor for the design elements.
This one has something to do with labeling and artificial intelligence. I’m not really sure what they do – but I like the site! This is another Astra theme example that uses Elementor on top of the theme.
9. The Stone Source
The Stone Source is a niche brochure site built with the Astra theme and Beaver Builder on top. You’ll catch Astra’s sticky header, as well as a few other unique features.
10. Wunderwuzzi Roboter
Wunderwuzzi Roboter has a pretty neat homepage (hover over the robots for some fun). The page content is built with Elementor, with Astra providing the rest of the functionality.
11. Dr. Duffy’s Dispensary
Dr. Duffy’s Dispensary sells CBD oil for humans and pets. And they do it using the Astra theme, alongside Elementor. This one is an especially nice example because it shows off Astra’s native WooCommerce support.
12. Bacon Scouts
Who doesn’t love bacon delivered on a monthly schedule? Bacon Scout does just that, with a WooCommerce store built on the Astra theme and Elementor.
13. Chesapeake Beach Water Park
Chesapeake Beach Water Park has a great-looking design that definitely shows the flexibility of using Astra as your base theme. To handle the page layouts, Chesapeake Beach Water Park uses Elementor, as well.
14. Schema Pro
Ok, this one is kind of cheating because it’s another product from Brainstorm Force (the makers of the Astra theme). But if you want to see how the developers put together a combo of Astra and Elementor, this one is a good example.
15. Reef Tank Resource
This one has a nice implementation of Astra’s sticky header functionality to go along with a design that does a great job complementing the niche. As with most of the others, it’s using Elementor to do all the heavy lifting for the page layouts.
16. Dream & Co Travel Agency
Dream & Co Travel Agency makes use of two menu locations, as well as Astra’s sticky header and back to top button. It also uses Elementor for the page building.
17. Henry Winslow Yoga
An awesome clean Astra example for a yoga teacher, Henry Winslow. This one does a great job of communicating everything important, while not having any distracting elements in the way. Again, Elementor does the page design lifting.
18. Bhuka Tours
Bhuka Tours has a nice design with a fixed header from Astra and heavy use of Elementor.
I’m guessing this one is some type of fitness site! I don’t understand what’s happening, but I think there’s an app involved. What I do know is that it has a nice clean Astra design and makes good use of Astra’s transparent and sticky header options!
This one probably deserves to be higher – but Adam from WPCrafter uses Astra to power the WPCrafter site. He also uses Elementor for most of the designs – though I think he also mentioned he has Beaver Builder, too.
And that wraps up our list of the best Astra theme examples in the wild!
As you can see, all of these themes still opt to pair Astra with a page builder, which is really how it’s best used.
If you want to get started with Astra, we’d definitely recommend the Pro version because it gives you a lot more control over global styles, as well as additional header options and plenty more:
And if you have any other great examples of the Astra theme, please share them in the comments!