Gold Logo Ideas:
Designed for a candle company or store, this logo uses a prominent gold icon of a candle with a moon and stars to show that candles illuminate the darkness. The exclusivity of the gold is brought down to earth with the Averia Libre typeface, which brings an approachability to the logo.
This well-balanced logo uses different variations of a darker gold to achieve an intriguing contrast that will draw the eye in. The classic Cardo typeface is also featured in gold to complete this prestigious logo for an architectural firm.
Gold is a great color for car business logos as a beautiful, powerful car is the ultimate status symbol. The slight forward slant of the Alegreya Sans typeface in italics adds a sense of forward movement and speed to this logo design. Try changing the black text to gold for a well-rounded look.
This bakery logo achieves a sense of elegance and refinement with the use of a gold icon. Of course, gold is also reminiscent of the color of ripe wheat, bringing the focus back to your products. The Vesper Libre typeface in black grabs attention and adds a comfortable feel to the logo.
The variations of gold in this construction logo design create a sense of depth, while the black background makes the gold stand out and shine. The Alfa Slab One typeface gives the design a contemporary look that tells clients your business constructs modern, stable buildings.
This cute logo, designed for a decal business, adds a fun contrast through the use of a gold dinosaur icon. The cartoon proportions of the dinosaur also make this a great logo for a children's brand. The affable Baloo typeface adds to this friendly, cartoon vibe.
The DM Serif Text typeface is robust and helps the business name to stand out and grab attention in this photography logo design. It also balances the delicate lines of the camera icon done in gold, showcasing the photographer's skills and the quality of their photos.
This logo was designed for an eyelash business, but also works for a makeup company. The gold eyelashes highlight the service being offered and adds an elegant, beautiful effect. The Jomolhari typeface is clear and legible, and the squared-off letters balance the feathery lashes.
The semi-formal, hand-lettered style of the Sacramento typeface matches the class of the gold icon for this high-end hairdresser's logo. The simplicity of the design draws attention to the color and the flowing lines of the hair, making this a great logo for use on promotional items.
Designed for a sticker or decal business, this logo's use of gold is in strong contrast to the dangerous skull icon. In this case, the gold color is indicative of top quality decals for high-end cars. The KoHo typeface is great for displays, straddling the line between mechanical and calligraphic.
The darker gold of this hair accessory logo adds an earthy tone that suits the decorative leaf motif while still telling customers that your products are high-end. The aesthetic design of the Cormorant Unicase typeface adds an extravagance to the design that suits the gold color scheme.
The Inria Serif typeface was designed for the Inria Institute to showcase the values of humanity, technology, excellence, and creativity. These values will be imparted to your business using this elegantly gold logo design. Try changing the saturation of the gold to change the depth and character.
Gold is perfect for the logo of an elegant, high-end jewelry store, and this design is no exception. The refinement of the diamond icon is emphasized by the use of gold, while the Cinzel typeface, inspired by first century Roman inscriptions, adds a sense of timelessness.
This logo design, created for a florist business, uses darker gold tones to invoke a sense of earthiness. The Elsie Swash Caps typeface is sensitive and attractive, which suits a floral business perfectly. Experiment with different floral icons to add a lighter or heavier weight to the logo.
This abstract logo design uses a prominent gold icon that focuses more on the color than on the image. The Viga typeface in black adds great contrast and a lot of personality and ensures that this logo design will perform well on screen. A quality logo for any type of business.
The interwoven web design of this icon in gold works well for a cybersecurity company, telling customers that their online lives and wealth are safe with you. The bold lines of the icon are contrasted by the lighter lines of the Inter typeface, designed particularly for computer screens.
Cardo is a high-quality, old style typeface that works well for a gemstone or jewelry business. As the old adage goes: "diamonds are forever" and the Cardo typeface definitely creates this sense of timelessness. The large diamond icon uses the gold color scheme with negative space to great effect.
Nothing says wealth and elegance like a gold crown. This fashion-inspired logo uses gold and royal blue to tell customers that you run a high-end boutique. The large Cardo typeface matches the large icon and adds a classic, high-quality edge to the logo design.
Gold is perhaps a surprising choice for a kitchen business logo, but still has the effect of conveying exclusivity, wealth, and quality to your customers. The SeoulHangang EB typeface is fun and stylish and works well for logo designs and store names.
The city of love is well-known for its class, elegance, and high-end fashion and food, so what better color than gold to use in your French restaurant logo design? The Original Surfer typeface contrasts the formality of the gold and adds a fun, vintage style that works for such a historic country.
What brand has a gold logo?
- MGM Grand.
- Warner Brothers.
What does a gold logo mean?
When used in logos and advertising, gold symbolizes wealth and prestige. Gold logos usually evoke a sense of desire, as they convey a promise of luxury. Typically, companies featuring gold logos sell high-class, high-status products, such as Versaci, Lamborghini, and Rolex.
How do I make a gold-colored logo?
With Zarla, you can design, customize, and download a gold logo with a variety of icons and fonts for free.
How do you make a gold logo in Illustrator?
- In a new document, paste a vector shape or create a new one using the shape tools.
- Create four color swatches with the RGB values of: a.) R=203, G=155, B=81; b.) R=246, G=226, B=122; c.) R=246, G=242, B=192; d.) R=70, G=37, B=35.
- Select your shape and left-click on the gradient slider on the right-hand side to create a default black to white gradient.
- Left-click on swatch D and drag it to the far left of the gradient slider, then repeat the click and place swatch D to the far right of the slider.
- Left-click and drag swatch C to the center of the gradient slider.
- Left-click and drag swatch B to the left of swatch C, then repeat the step and place swatch B to the right of C.
- Repeat with swatch A and place it between swatch D and B on the left and right of the slider.
Where can I download free gold logos?
You can create, edit, and download free gold logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.