Furniture Logo Ideas:

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Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

This logo is large and in charge but uses gentle curves to ease viewers into the brand. A Josefin Sans Bold font, designed to be used in larger sizes, complements the effect by underlining the prominent icon. Red is a vibrant and energetic choice that immediately grabs your attention and holds it.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

This retro yet chic design uses color, font, and imagery to create a brand identity that is stylish but not in your face. The Cardo typeface, which is inspired by classical typographies, elegantly matches the purple color scheme, which is traditionally associated with creativity, beauty, and wisdom.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

The Staatliches typeface in this logo could be described as charmingly unconventional, with its capitalized format adding prominence to the name. The wreath adds a touch of superiority, while the addition of a modern dining chair immediately tells clients about the style of smart products offered.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

The Josefin Sans typeface's geometric elegance does well to highlight the company's offerings above. The white circles are almost reminiscent of an ellipsis, adding a sense of continuity and highlighting the brand's offerings, while the orange background was chosen to convey energy and optimism.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

This design uses negative spaces to add depth to the symbolism of a chic lounge chair, which is further highlighted by a solid dark-blue circular backdrop that catches your eye. The Viga typeface was chosen for its personality and does a great job of highlighting the name of the business.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

Purple is creative, fun, and unique in brand advertising, and adds a flair to this design's appeal. The Staatliches typeface matches the square shape proportions of the cabinet icon above. The lamp, alarm clock, and potplant are playful inclusions that add a homely feeling and detail to the brand.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

This logo's 3D design is achieved by using different colors, negative spaces, and contrasting tones. The dark blue KoHo Bold font, with its geometric and humanist proportions, matches the front of the comfortable armchair and does a great job at breaking up the color scheme.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

Playful and inviting, this logo takes a new approach to advertising a furniture business. The Poppins Bold font, with its thick proportions, works well with the simple yet effective imagery of a chair taken from a side view. The use of red adds a sense of energy, giving the brand a youthful feel.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

This logo states its case with style by using a Viga-Regular font, designed for screen viewing, to command viewer attention. The omission of a symbol in the design gives the brand name more prominence, while the dark teal color choice adds a sense of class and balance to the logo.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

The Hind Madurai typeface was used here because of its inviting, playful demeanor. A vibrant red adds to the prominence of both the name and symbolism, working to highlight this company's offerings. White contrasts mellow the impact of the energetic color choice and add a clean, neat feeling.

Furniture logo for a business called Furniture Fixture. Edit

The icon in this logo combines dining chairs with the imagery of a house to describe the products offered. Dark blue adds a sense of continuity, while the yellow window pane breaks up the uniformity. The geometric KoHo typeface is structured and inviting and perfect for a furniture company.

FAQs:

  1. Look at some other furniture logos and see what they are doing or not doing.
  2. Choose some favorites and identify what you like most about these logos and brands.
  3. Think about your own brand and how you want to convey it to the world. Is your business high-end, affordable, cutting-edge?
  4. Find some design ideas by using a free furniture logo maker.

What are some of the best furniture logos in the world?

  • Ikea.
  • Bernhardt.
  • Ashley Furniture.
  • American Signature Furniture.
  • Kartell.
  • Restoration Hardware.

How do you make a logo for furniture businesses?

  1. Come up with a few keywords that define your furniture business and what it offers.
  2. Choose a few symbols and icons that you think represent your brand.
  3. Look at some logo ideas for a furniture business.
  4. Think of the story that led you to start your business and use that as inspiration in your logo's design.
  5. Try out different color combinations, typefaces, and layouts, or use a logo maker to generate some ideas.

What are some tips for creating a wood furniture logo design?

If you've run out of logo ideas for a wooden furniture business, try using a logo generator to start the process. With Zarla, you can mix and match different typefaces, colors, and symbols, and create a design in minutes.

Where can I download free furniture logos?

You can create, edit, and download free furniture logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page

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