This designer thinks outside the box and really liked the logos he came up with from the beginning. Thanks Again
Nailed the design, spot on with clever details incorporated into the design I would not have thought of but loved. Only advice would be to send the color variations initially.
This designer was amazing and was prepared to work as much as needed to ensure I was satisfied with the final design (which I was!).
Artcil did a great job as always. Very creative, listens well to feedback, generally prompt with creating designs and updating existing.
Kepoo was great to work with. Went above and beyond to accommodate all of our requests. Responded in a very timely fashion also. A+.
How info oEh started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Petite Retreat Outdoor
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Petite Retreat is an Australian online and bricks and mortar retailer selling stylish, compact outdoor furniture for smaller outdoor spaces.
Clever style for small outdoor spaces. Longer term, the business may expand to small interior spaces
Target Consumer: City dwellers who live in an apartment with a balcony or house with a small patio. They are likely to be mid thirties plus.
Biggest spenders will be females. They are relatively design savvy taking inspiration from magazines; Pinterest and home improvement/design tv shows .
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I really like 'clever designs' that convey/reinforce the name of the brand in a visual way. See my logo choices: Bzz Honey where the B looks like a honey dripper; Waterfront where the W has been made to look like it is submerged in water. With Eco plan, a more complicated concept (eco electricity), has been cleverly executed using a plant illustration to look like a lightbulb . My name Petite Retreat probably has a similar challenge (2 ideas) and I would love something like these logos to convey the idea. I am open to literal logos ie. that show furniture or playing with the name fonts, but would LOVE a clever visual icon.
The words Petite Retreat are the most important. The word outdoor is less important and can be in smaller font/on a different line
I have also attached a pdf that shows the potential look and feel of the store, the spaces that the furniture could create and some of the furniture pieces.
Help me help people to create a tranquil oasis in the city!