Sara was flexible, and prompt, she always had time to fiddle with what I wanted tweaking and she was so patient with me! I loved her simple but elegant and cute design, she really took every part of the brief into her own style.
HoneyKP was very responsive and nothing was too much trouble. I really enjoyed working with them and working through all the suggestions they provided for our branding. I won't hesitate to use them again.
Excellent Designer! Very patient, helpful and understanding with all of my changes. Provided great feedback and support throughout the design process. Based upon my experience I would be happy to work with ExclusiveDGN again in the future! I would highly recommend ExclusiveDGN for your project!
- Ojalá Designs
Ojala was quick, responsive and extremely creative. It was a pleasure working and designing such a great logo and identity for us!
Professional service. Reponsive and does work as requested. Would hire again.
How adam.haglund started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're a premium kitchen brand.
We manufacture handmade kitchens, made of solid wood. Real carpentery, and a 1920th Scandinavian style design.
Sustainability is a keyword - the kitchens are build in a way that make them last for a very long time, and the manufacturing process is sustainable in itself. No fake wood, no plastic, and so on.
The wood material we use is pine and ash.
The typical customer is someone who has just bought a house from the 1920th's, and wants to renovate it in a style that fits the origin of the house. The customers are usually 35-45 years old.
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Nice and clever design.
Simple and elegant logo.
I like the hand drawn style.
The hand drawn style is nice.
I like the premium feel of this logo.
"Kulladal" is a neighbourhood in Malmö, where the company is based. Kulladal was built in the 1920th's. In Sweden, the 1920th was when the kitchens were starting to look like today's kitchens - with cabinets fixed to the wall, etc, not just random furniture that had been used until then.
Also, in the 1920th there were a big house building boom - "everyone" were building their own homes. The result is that very many houses in Sweden is from this era.
Attached is two 3D renders of how a kitchen in this style will look.