Sing.Yra was great! We loved his designs and he made revisions until we were happy. We can't wait to use our new logo.
- St. Pelmeni
Awesome, as always. Great to work with. Timely responses.
How homeu started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Brass Tacks Home
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a husband and wife team that provide design and renovation services for the interior of homes. We also specialize in woodworking, thoughtfully designed and handmade cabinetry and furniture. Our ideal audience is 30-50 year old homeowners. See entire brief for concept we are looking for and specifics.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
We would like to at least three colors
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We want to use the image of hands making the shape of a house. It accentuates the handmade, personal aspect of our work, while giving a sense of the practical work we do. See the sketch in our attachments for example. It is not necessary to be identical to my sketch. If you have a better idea of hand positioning, that works. If the hands are more abstract, that works. But the idea of hands making the shape of a house needs to be there. I have not figured out yet how to incorporate color but we really like color. If it were possible to incorporate these ideas with a boho, or folk art
style it would be wonderful. I have made the contest guaranteed to show I am sincere!
Three concepts that best describe our company principles are;Family, Thoughtful design, and craftsmanship. We would like something that feels personal. We think folk art has a handmade home quality. We like hand illustrated logos. We also like some "vintage" logos. We like color a lot. We would like to see three or more colors in a design to get a sense of palette. Color is important to use as seen in our attached images. Many of out clients are female so it is okay to be slightly feminine but we dont want full-blown feminine. Our current website showing our projects at http://www.brasstackshome.com may be helpful.