Websites with a dark color palette appear alluring, elegant, and strong. They’re also a rare breed of websites at the moment because the flat UI style and clean, simple website designs are currently the popular themes in the industry right now. Here are some gorgeous and inspiring dark websites to check out.

1. Weyland Industries

Dark website example: Weyland Industries

2. Etch

Dark website example: Etch

3. Hexaedro

Dark website example: Hexaedro

4. Jack Daniel’s

Dark website example: Jack Daniel's

5. AscensiĆ³n Latorre

Dark website example: AscensiĆ³n Latorre

6. HYT

Dark website example: HYT

7. Rune Werner Molnes

Dark website example: Rune Werner Molnes

8. Holler

Dark website example: Holler

9. The NoMad Hotel

Dark website example: The NoMad Hotel

10. eyegix

Dark website example: eyegix

11. 76 Synthesizer

Dark website example: 76 Synthesizer

12. Diehl Group Architects

Dark website example: Diehl Group Architects

13. Julien Renvoye

Dark website example: Julien Renvoye

14. Dark Prayers

Dark website example: Dark Prayers

15. SpritePad

Dark website example: SpritePad

16. Welikesmall

Dark website example: Welikesmall

17. Legendary Entertainment

Dark website example: Legendary Entertainment

18. Ignition Creative

Dark website example: Ignition Creative

19. Creative9

Dark website example: Creative9

20. Formfett

Dark website example: Formfett

21. RED Interactive

Dark website example: RED Interactive

22. TAG Interativa

Dark website example: TAG Interativa

23. Nelson Cash

Dark website example: Nelson Cash

24. Jess & Russ

Dark website example: Jess & Russ

25. Mercedes-Benz

Dark website example: Mercedes-Benz

26. Rooftop Cinema

Dark website example: Rooftop Cinema

27. Vool

Dark website example: Vool

28. Ghost Games

Dark website example: Ghost Games

29. Plain

Dark website example: Plain

30. Planet Propaganda

Dark website example: Planet Propaganda

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Author:

Jacob Gube is the co-founder and a managing editor of Design Instruct. He's a web developer, and also the owner of Six Revisions. Follow Jacob on Twitter: @sixrevisions