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Top 10+ Best Dark Website Themes in 2023

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Looking for some stylish dark website themes to use as inspiration for your own website?

Top 10+ Best Dark Website Themes in 2023

In this post, you’ll find a curated list of 35 dark website themes from real websites, along with color codes that you can use when choosing a theme or template for your own site.

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The Best Dark Website Themes

1. Refraction

Refraction is an AI-powered tool that helps users refactor code, generate documentation, create unit tests, and more. It uses a clean dark theme with accents of purple, including some animations on the CTA buttons that bring in brighter colors.

What we like:

  • The bright purple animated gradient draws attention to the CTA buttons.
  • The dark website theme matches Refraction’s audience, as many developers use code editors in dark mode.

Primary colors: Black (#040404), Light Gray (#F2F1F2), Purple (#95A1F9)

2. Awwwards Conference

The Awwwards Conference is an online conference for all types of digital design. It uses a black background with light gray text. To add some color, it also uses pink accents.

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What we like:

  • The black and light gray theme creates a very classic look.
  • The pink accent adds a feeling of creativity, which matches the digital design audience.

Primary colors: Pink (#FC93AD), Light Gray (#FEFDFB), Black (#1F1F1F)

3. Evervault

Evervault is an encryption platform for developers that helps them securely work with customer data. It uses purple gradients across its site that shift from a deep, dark purple to a brighter purple. It also utilizes dark purple as a solid background in many areas.

What we like:

  • The purple gradients mix dark and light in an eye-catching way.
  • Because Evervault is a developer-focused product, the dark website theme fits very well.

Primary colors: Dark Purple (#010314), Bright Purple (#592DD1), White (#FFFFFF)

4. Ventriloc

Ventriloc is an agency that helps businesses with data integration and analysis.

Ventriloc’s website has one of this list’s more unique dark website themes. Its background is a dark, almost brown, red. To keep the text readable, the designers choose an orange text color.

What we like:

  • This site has a unique combination of colors that definitely stands out.
  • Despite using shades of orange and red for everything, there’s still enough contrast for the text to be easy to read.

Primary colors: Dark Red (#401D19), Bright Orange (#F9672C), Light Red-Orange (#ECCFC5)

5. Opera

Opera offers vented hobs and hoods to help people create more stylish kitchens. The Opera website uses a dark website theme with a dark green background (almost black). Dark gray and soft white text stand out on the site.

What we like:

  • The dark green background creates an earthy feel, which works well for a kitchen business.
  • It has an overall luxury feel thanks to the classic color scheme.

Primary colors: Dark Green (#191A19), Soft White (#F2F2F2), Dark Gray (#444544)

6. Memo

Memo is an app that helps people learn languages in a fun way using memes and videos. It uses a full black background with grey text and then bright green accents.

What we like:

  • The bright green really stands out against the otherwise black-and-gray theme.
  • The light gray text has a different feel than white text, while still offering enough contrast to be easily readable.

Primary colors: Black (#000000), Light Gray (#CDCDCD), Bright Green (#5AFE73)

7. Paxafe

Paxafe is a software company that helps improve infrastructure management. It uses a dark background with light gray text. It then brings in some color with pastel green and blue accents.

What we like:

  • The dark cyan background is softer than a straight black background.
  • The pastel greens and blues add some energy to an otherwise dark design.

Primary colors: Dark Cyan (#03131A), Light Gray (#F8F8F8), Pastel Blue (#8FD6E8), Pastel Green (#D4FF9D)

8. Kinsta

Kinsta is a popular managed WordPress host that’s also expanded into general application hosting.

While much of the Kinsta website uses a royal purple color theme, the Kinsta team has shifted the homepage and other areas to a new blue-magenta background, while still bringing in accents with royal purple and teal.

What we like:

  • The gradient on the blue-magenta background creates an eye-catching look that attracts attention to the interface screenshot.
  • The teal CTA button really stands out and drives action.

Primary colors: Blue-Magenta (#0E0A1B), Purple (#5333EC), Teal (#32D3D8)

9. eJeeban Design Agency

EJeeban Design Agency is a web design agency based in Malaysia. The eJeeban Design Agency website uses a dark blue-magenta background and light gray text. It then adds some energy and creativity with a pink-red accent.

What we like:

  • The pairing of the dark blue-magenta background and light gray text is a little softer than a classic black-and-white design.
  • The sparingly used pink-red accent is very well done and adds creativity and energy.
  • The website pairs colors with background textures to give the site additional dimension.

Primary colors: Blue-Magenta (#121220), Light Gray (#F0EDF2), Pink-Red (#EC5A64)

10. Eco

Eco is a fintech app that’s backed by many of the largest VC funds. The Eco website is lighter than some of the other dark website themes on this list, but the royal blue background still creates a nice, dark design.

What we like:

  • Blue has associations of trust, which is great for businesses in the financial space or other YMYL niches (your money or your life).
  • The teal accent adds some energy and interest.

Primary colors: Royal Blue (#18148A), White (#FFFFFF), Teal (#67DEE5)

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