Calm Logo Ideas:
This lotus-inspired logo, with its lush petals and crisscrossed sticks, will take anyone to their happy place. Shades of pink add a friendly, fresh element, while the alternating thickness and curved terminals of the Philosopher typeface add a modern touch. Great for a lifestyle brand.
The blue stars against a deep blue backdrop conjure images of a romantic night sky. The icon in the center — a tree or fountain — may hint at a summer holiday resort, organic brand, or a wellness retreat. The El Messiri typeface, with its subtle serifs, is both classy and modern.
This delicate logo, with two shiny butterfly wings and heart accents, is perfect for a beauty brand that's gentle on the skin. The uniform strokes and loops of the Sacramento typeface add a touch of romance and whimsy. The purple and pink color palette is great for appealing to a younger audience.
This logo features a clever icon that simultaneously resembles a tree and a person in a Yoga pose commonly known as the tree pose, promoting feelings of balance and tranquility. The natural chalky shade on dark green echoes the colors seen in nature. The Philosopher typeface is sleek and striking.
A cool breeze blowing through your hair can fill you with a sense of supreme calmness. The icon of a woman with windswept hair will evoke blissful feelings. The neutral color palette is versatile and well-balanced, while the Lusitana typeface is eye-catching and highly readable.
Beautiful and bold brushstrokes in medium red-violet make up this stately icon. The perfect symmetry and soft lines of the butterfly evoke a sense of calm and freedom. The short serifs of the Radley typeface create a look that's both trendy and professional. A lovely logo for a clothing brand.
Orchid, coral candy, dark violet, and light blue form a calming color cocktail that's perfect for a brand wanting to foreground its soothing qualities. This tropical logo is reminiscent of rich seaside sunsets and carefree days. The Biryani typeface is minimal, allowing the icon and colors to shine.
The shade of summer sky looks serene against a plain white background. The graphic of a person flanked by leaves while reaching their arms to the sky creates a dynamic icon. The circle hints at safety, while the Sansation typeface, with its bold, slightly square letters, adds a trendy touch.
This logo is a superb choice for a hotel, spa, or skincare brand. The stunning Mandys pink background is pleasing to the eye and reminiscent of natural, organic products, while the patterned icon looks like a motif you'd see on Italian pottery. Elsie Swash Caps is a playful but timeless typeface.
This elegant logo comprising the outline of a woman looking content is an ideal choice for a spa or women's wellness retreat. The studio (purple) shade denotes peace and wisdom, while the flower accent adds a natural touch. The Unna typeface, with its generous spacing, creates an airy feel.
Sundown (light pink), Tyrian purple (almost black), and white make a sumptuous color palette for a brand that values simplicity and clean living. The icon of a banana leaf, bowl, and spoon denotes healthy living, making this ideal for an organic brand. The cute Laila typeface adds a playful touch.
This stately logo, comprising a tree that's a cross between a person and an infinity symbol, works well for a brand that values growth and continuity. Shades of blue evoke a sense of peace, with white hinting at simplicity. The layered Monoton typeface adds a retro element.
This cute logo is a real winner for all sorts of baby brands, but it works especially well for products that help little ones sleep better. The pink color denotes a friendly brand, while the smiling cloud with moon and star accents inspires wonder. The Gochi Hand typeface adds an authentic touch.
Lavender, a stress-reducing plant, appears in the logo's icon and its vibrant color. A lavender stalk in a circle creates a simple icon with pleasing proportions that suggest a sense of calm and order. The Radley typeface adds a vintage touch. A wonderful logo for a variety of natural brands.
Pacific blue and midnight blue make a dreamy, stress-reducing color combination. The leaf, crescent moon, and star motifs form an icon that's unique and attractive. Fantastic for brands that value creativity and imaginative thinking. Hind Madurai Bold is a modern font that's versatile and readable.
With its pleasing swirls and curls, this logo mimics the motion of the ocean. The flower in the middle may symbolize the sun at the center of our universe. Blue adds a further element of relaxation, while the Philosopher typeface is sleek and modern. A perfect logo design for a boho or surf brand.
A sweet, floppy-eared baby elephant is the hero of this logo. Perfect for a mom and baby brand, the vivid violet color lends pacifying energy to the design, with the tiny hearts suggesting a passionate, caring brand. The rounded edges of the Quicksand typeface complement the icon's curves well.
What could be more calming than a teddy bear reading you a book before bedtime? Warm shades of gold and brown evoke feelings of joy and safety, making it great for an educational brand. The chunky Paytone One typeface is super readable and busy parents will spot it easily.
Mandys pink is the perfect background shade to make this icon pop. The sharp outline of the delicate butterfly motif may indicate a link between beauty and precision, which is great for a high-performance skincare brand. The Crimson Text typeface, with its strong lines, pairs well with the icon.
This simple, dreamy logo holds the night sky in a circular icon. The vibrant pink color is symbolic of acceptance and kindness. A lovely choice for a night child care center. The loops and curved edges of the Pacifico typeface complement the round icon and the crescent moon inside it.
What is a calm logo design?
A calm logo has a soothing energy that sets potential clients at ease. Using natural colors and icons with soft shapes and pleasing proportions can help you create a logo that evokes a sense of calm.
What are some brands that use calm logos?
- Drunk Elephant.
- Love Sun Body.
- Pai Skincare.
- The Harvest Table.
What are some calming typefaces?
Philosopher, El Messiri, Sacramento, and Sansation are some examples of typefaces with calming qualities.
Where can I find inspiration for a relaxing logo?
- Consider the things that relax you and make a list of them.
- Think about the colors, sensations, and feelings that produce a sense of calm.
- Spend a day or two engaged in a soothing activity.
- Set aside some time to meditate and then apply what you've learned to your logo design.
- Take a look at our list of calm logo ideas.
How do I create a logo that inspires inner calm?
- Consider your products, services, and target audience.
- Review existing businesses that use calm logos, such as wellness centers, beauty brands, and yoga brands.
- Use a logo maker to play around with various icons, shapes, and fonts.
- Test your favorite designs on friends and family.
- Pick your top calm logo and download it.
Where can I download a calm logo in vector format?
Take a look at our collection of calm logo ideas and click on any designs that resonate with you. Zarla logos can be downloaded for free in SVG vector format, so they can be enlarged without losing resolution.