Haunted House Logo Ideas:
The Cinzel Bold font used here has prominent serifs that seem filed to sharp points, emphasizing the danger in the "deadly lair." The icon comprising dots and lines arranged in a pattern, may be indicative of a labyrinth from which visitors must escape.
This logo comprises what appears to be a haunted house with a gnarled hand scratching at the wall, as if trying to escape. The dark blue color adds an old-fashioned element, perhaps suggesting an ancient house with floorboards that creak.
A dying tree, a scythe, and a house with an opened door combine to form a decidedly creepy icon. The Special Elite Regular font adds a vintage typewriter element, conjuring images of unfinished, forgotten stories; perhaps of those who perished in the deadly lair.
The outline of the Averia Libre Regular font used in this logo is not absolutely crisp; when paired with the image of a skull — a symbol commonly seen on toxic substances — it may suggest impaired vision due to poisoning. The blood splatter around the skull adds another sinister touch.
"Who's getting carved up for dinner?" will be the question on everyone's minds once they see the icon of a knife superimposed over a chopping board. The monochrome effect contributes to the whodunit theme, making this a great logo for a haunted house with a murder mystery twist.
The icon of a small house beside a naked, twisted tree with a bat hovering nearby calls to mind images of an abandoned haunted house. The size of the icon makes it ideal for a haunted escape room adventure. Place this logo design on a red background to add a bloody twist to your business.
This logo successfully marries the modern and the classic by pairing an icon of a futuristic skull with Goudy Bookletter 1911, a front with an old style flair. A fitting logo for a virtual haunted house that can be visited from the comfort of your home.
Continuing the futuristic theme, this eye-catching logo resembles a skull wearing headphones. The Finger Paint typeface makes it look like a child scrawled the words beneath the icon. Adding a child-like element to this logo creates an unsettling effect, increasing the appeal of your haunted house.
An icon resembling a bloody arrowhead creates a stark contrast against the black background. Rather than using a haunted house icon, this logo draws attention precisely because it is so simple. The logo carries an undeniable element of danger, but also one of mystery; people will want to know more.
The black and yellow color scheme is reminiscent of Halloween. The icon takes the shape of a yellow moon and comprises a bat, a crescent moon, and the silhouette of a house with a long-fingered, skeletal hand stretched across it. A fitting logo for a ghost tour that takes place on October 31st.
How do you make a haunted house logo design?
Consider the type of haunted house you'll be establishing. Think about what makes your business stand out from the competition and try to convey this in your logo. Try experimenting with different colors, icons, and fonts by using our haunted house logo maker. Play around until you find the perfect logo for your haunted house.
What are some scary ideas for haunted house logos?
When it comes to haunted house logos, keep it simple and don't try to say too much in your logo. Use old-fashioned fonts such as Goudy Bookletter and Special Elite Regular to give your logo a vintage feel; haunted houses are often old (sometimes ancient), abandoned places and you'll want to draw attention to this with the fonts and icons you choose.
How can I come up with a creative haunted house logo?
Look at the logos of existing haunted houses, Halloween stores, murder mystery businesses, and other similar companies. Note which fonts, images, and colors are used. What is everyone else doing and how will you make sure your logo stands out? You can test different designs, color combinations, and fonts on Zarla until you find the best logo.
Where can I download free haunted house logos?
You can create, edit, and download free haunted house logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our home page.