Bedding Logo Ideas:
The light blue background gives this original logo design a calm character that's accentuated by the crescent moon and subtle stars. The red leaves contrast perfectly with the light background and the bold letters of the dark blue Odibee Sans typeface.
In this logo, the Odibee Sans Regular lettering stands out in stark contrast to the night sky, making it highly visible. The house, with the moon and palm trees in the background, evokes a scene of deep sleep, while the deep blue background creates an intriguing ambience.
This image for a children's bedding business personifies the moon, which has a wide smile and stars in the place of the eyes and the nose. The curly light-blue Sacramento typeface is playful and light-hearted, thus suitable for children. It can be used in casual as well as formal logos.
The butterfly is a symbol of renewal and change, and it represents an elevation from earthly matters. As such, the use of a butterfly metaphor as a bedding logo is appropriate. The use of a deep, saturated pink hue helps to emphasize the company name, which is presented in white lettering.
A classic black and white color palette symbolizes industry experience and proximity to customers. The company name is presented in Source Code Pro Black Italic font, which is easy to read and gives the logo a modern touch in combination with the graphics.
This dreamy logo draws attention with an elegant blue and white color palette and a striking cloud and crescent moon graphic, suggesting that your bedding will provide a restful night's sleep. The subtle stars add a peaceful touch, while the structured Biryani SemiBold font adds an air of authority.
This icon is innovative in its depiction of a person's eyes and eyebrows. Red conveys love and passion, and the eyelashes are reminiscent of the feathers used to make bedding comfortable. Slender lettering in the Cinzel Regular typeface matches the sleek icon.
A nighttime theme is evoked in this image of a silhouetted figure balanced on a crescent moon while reaching for the stars above. The Sacramento typeface is mono-linear and is inspired by hand-lettering artist brochure work from the 1950s and 1960s. It can be used in formal and casual logos.
The owl is a nocturnal bird and a symbol of intelligence — a quality we nurture when we get enough sleep. Nighttime is reflected in the use of a blue and silver-gray palette, which contrasts with the white owl. The lettering appears to have been handwritten, according a playful effect.
The abstract, clean lines of this monochromatic logo are memorable, and the image ties in well with the geometric Josefin Sans font, which is based on sans serif designs from the 1920s. The elegant, vintage feel of the logo suggests that your company offers old-school values of excellence.
How do I design a bedding logo?
Before you choose a logo, think about the products and the type of bedding business you wish to open. Is the target market for adults, children, or does it combine bedding for all ages? Do you wish to sell sophisticated, expensive bedding or do you want to cater to all demographics? Play around with our bedding logo maker until you find the logo you love.
Where can I download a free bedding logo?
You can create, edit, and download free bedding logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.
What are some good ideas for a bedding logo?
Think about abstract ideas related to sleep such as rest, relaxation, healing, growth, and respite. Focus on items in the world related to sleep such as feathers, pillows, duvets, blankets, sheets, and mattresses. When you have come up with an appropriate image, you can search for a font that matches it.
How do I design a bed sheet business logo?
- A monogram logo, consisting of initials, can be used if your business has a long name.
- A wordmark logo has no image. If you choose this, use a bold typeface or font.
- You can use an abstract image in the place of a real object, allowing you to create an original design.
- A mascot logo is a good choice for a children's bed sheet business.
Where can I find bed linen logos?
If you need ideas for your bedding logos, take a look at some of our great ideas for inspiration.