Ever since I first discovered Tailwind CSS, I have been in love. This framework is incredibly powerful and allows you to create a modern website without ever needing to write a single line of CSS. Sure, your HTML might get a little bulky, but overall it is much easier to type out your class names to style elements instead of making a CSS attribute for everything.
Tailwind developers love each other. You can tell by the sheer number of free Tailwind component libraries that exist. Developers can tap into these libraries and use the built-in Tailwind components to build their websites!
Let’s run through some of my favorite Tailwind component libraries!
Let’s start with the top pick. Tailwind Toolbox is maintained by Amrit Nagi and includes over 45 landing page templates, 16 components, and tons of other listings.
You can get started with Tailwind Toolbox’s open-source starter templates and components, along with plugins, tools, generators, kits, and guides, to help you learn how to use Tailwind CSS more effectively.
Kometa UI Kit
The Kometa UI Kit is a Tailwind CSS kit that includes over 130 components and layout blocks across categories, including navigation, headers, features, pricing, FAQ, content, teams, blogs, and stats.
As a Kitwind product, Kometa UI represents the best visual design and layout. You can use any component from the Kometa UI Kit by clicking on the parent classification, finding a variation you like, and copying the code either as plain HTML, Vue, or React. Each layout block is fully responsive and available as an HTML snippet or a React/Vue component.
Tailblocks is one of my top favorites. You’ll find 60+ minimalist layout blocks in Tailblocks, such as testimonials, steps, statistics, pricing, headers, galleries, footers, and features. Several cool features of Tailblocks components include dark mode support and the ability to change primary colors from the interface. The project’s GitHub repo has over 5.1k stars and has been forked over 400 times, so it’s pretty popular.
A layout block can be used by selecting it, choosing a color from the color palette, selecting dark or light mode, then clicking the View Code button.
More than 50 Tailwind CSS components are included in the Meraki UI collection. Khattab Wedaa and Mosab Ibrahim created this Tailwind components collection, which includes alerts, login forms, buttons, cards, dropdowns, navbars, pagination, and footers. You can use any component by copying it.
You can easily use Material Tailwind CSS components based on Google’s Material Design. The application has a number of React and HTML components, all of which use Tailwind CSS classes and follow Material Design guidelines. Colors, fonts, styling, and anything else can be customized with Material Tailwind CSS components.
It currently only supports HTML and React components but works with various frameworks.
A beautiful user interface can be designed with Mamba UI, regardless of the screen size. An extensive collection of Tailwind CSS-compliant components and templates covering a range of interface styles — from simpler, component-based designs to complex data table layouts
The Kutty component library for Tailwind allows you to build modern and responsive web applications. Dropdowns, input groups, and tabs are standard components in web applications. Besides fixed headers and sticky footers, Kutty also offers navigation centered in the middle of the screen and full-screen layouts without navigation.
Open source Tailwind UI templates and components are available through Tailwind Components as free or paid downloads.
You will find ready-to-use dropdowns, logins, modals, tabs, inputs, and selects built with Tailwind CSS, along with a handy cheat sheet. Contribute your own Tailwind components for others to use by submitting them to the collection.
React developers can quickly create websites and web applications with Float UI, a collection of interactive UI components and elements. A beautiful website can be created with Float UI because it uses pure React, React Router, and Tailwind CSS. Additionally, there is no need for jQuery or third-party plugins.
This is one of my favorite libraries. In addition to having a better design, these elements also have more functionality. Tailwind Elements includes over 700 UI Components, design blocks, templates, and more. It basically looks like an improved Bootstrap.
Everything from date pickers, time pickers, navigation bars, dropdowns, modals, charts, tooltips, and more can be found in the components.
Rob Stinson built and maintains Lofi UI, which boasts over 40 elegant UI components and layouts. Low-fidelity components are designed to be reusable and minimally styled, so you can add your own and customize them to suit your personal style. The components are built to be as efficient as possible with HTML and use CSS to make them functional.
You can build on and customize these Tailwind components as you see fit. Click any component card to use it. Afterward, you’ll be redirected to CodePen, where you can copy and customize the code.
Tailwind Starter Kit
With Tailwind Starter Kit, Tailwind users can start using Tailwind for end-to-end styling of their projects without installing CSS that has not been officially released. A number of Tailwind components are included that can be applied to any HTML document and are ready to be applied to any React, Angular, or Vue-based project. You can download these CSS files from the GitHub repository and start using Tailwind on your website right away.
HyperUI has a great eCommerce component section. You’ll find something useful here when creating an eCommerce web app or an admin dashboard. In addition, it contains 27 marketing categories, 6 eCommerce categories, and 3 application user interface components.
In Flowbite, components are created with Tailwind CSS utility classes. Over 400 Tailwind components and interactive elements are included, along with dark mode support and Figma design tools.
The framework supports a variety of modern front-end development frameworks, such as React, Vue, Svelte, Laravel, and Rails.
In addition to hundreds of developed pages and Tailwind components, such as application UI, marketing UI, and e-commerce layouts, Flowbite’s pro edition includes a Figma design system based on Tailwind CSS utility classes.
DaisyUI is an open-source Tailwind CSS component library. The project has over 10,000 Github stars and over 800,000 npm downloads. In addition to React and Next.Js, DaisyUI also works with Nuxt.Js, Vue, Solid.Js, Svelte, Remix, Angular, and others.
DaisyUI adds all standard UI components to Tailwind CSS, including buttons, cards, and more. By doing so, we can focus on the most critical aspects of each project rather than creating essential elements for them all. You can customize everything in DaisyUI using Tailwind CSS utility classes because Tailwind components have low CSS specificities.
The Tailwind Awesome list is a collection of the top free resources on the internet. You’ll never run out of awesome things to use with Tailwind CSS because the team behind this project is constantly on the lookout for new themes, templates, modules, and UI kits.
In order to create UI components that were extensible, atomic, and design agnostic, a17t was created. Two passionate individuals who have argued over the ideal approach to CSS have worked together for several months to create this plugin. It’s easy to create Tailwind utility classes with this library.
The preview components are free, even though this is a premium quality UI kit.
TUK (not completely free)
Even though this one isn’t completely free, it is still worth mentioning. With TUK, you can access over 600 drop-in-ready Tailwind components for UI. Additionally, it has 30 pre-built templates for building websites and applications. Aside from that, it contains the best components for three of the most popular front-end technologies: React, Vue, and Angular.
More than 100 free-of-cost Tailwind components are available with community support. A premium version is recommended if you require additional components and support. All 600+ UI components are included in the premium version and have complete support.
With Gust UI, you can make crazy styles all by yourself. Gust UI is Tailwind’s CSS gallery that showcases responsive components, elements, and examples. You don’t need to worry about overwhelming your app with various unrelated styles.
You can use the Headless UI gallery in any way possible because each component is entirely unstyled and accessible. There’s something for everyone, from headers and buttons to radios, menus, and transitions. All you need to do is add your own flair to make them your own!
Treact is a collection of modern React UI templates created with TailwindCSS. With tons of CSS animations and a lot of helpful structure, you can set up your next project in no time. A great mobile experience and a great desktop experience are ensured by all components being modular and fully responsive. Treact provides free and constantly updated resources for personal and commercial use.
There are many more libraries out there in the wild if you are looking for free Tailwind components. These are my favorites that I have gotten into and messed around with over the years. You’ll find some of them more helpful and enjoyable to use depending on your tastes.
Which one is your favorite? Did I miss any good sites? Feel free to check out some of these free Tailwind components, and let me know your thoughts in the comments.