Woodworking Logo Ideas:
The crossed-over chisels look like drawn swords, creating a sense of readiness. This is complemented by the circular saw, which adds flow to the logo. The brown color palette incorporates earthy, wood tones into the design while the weathered Averia Libre typeface adds a handmade, rustic appeal.
The curving tree rings in this icon are framed by the sharp edges of a circular saw, creating a dynamic juxtaposition of form. The green tones reinforce the natural elements of the design and convey calmness and security. The Zilla Slab typeface is solid and adds an industrial feel to the logo.
The silhouettes of a woodworker's most valuable tools clearly capture the nature of your business. The sophisticated black backdrop allows the white icon to pop and instantly grabs attention. The geometric Sen typeface is modern and clean, complementing the professional aesthetic of this design.
This clever icon combines man and nature through the use of a tree trunk and a traditional hand plane. These elements create a sense of knowledge and artisanal skill. This handmade feeling is reinforced by the beveled edges of the Averia Libre typeface. The blue palette is calm and professional.
Red is attention-grabbing and conveys liveliness and passion. The organic edge of the circular icon resembles a tree trunk and neatly frames the images of woodworking tools. The rounded icon is complemented by the subtle curved details and sharp terminals of the Cinzel typeface.
This borderless square icon resembles both tree rings and a fingerprint, suggesting that your products are handmade and unique. The Ubuntu typeface adds to the unassuming sense of the design and complements the linework in the icon. The brown palette speaks to the earthiness of your materials.
The green color palette conveys calmness and earthiness, allowing the charcoal saw to pop in the icon. This solid symbol creates a clear visual identity for your woodworking business. The capitalized Saira Condensed typeface adds to the structure and boldness of the design.
The border in the icon resembles the cross-section of a tree trunk. This frames the crossed tools, which create a sense of precision and skill by forming an "X." The Staatliches typeface picks up on both the curved and rigid lines in the icon, while the blue coloring adds a sense of professionalism.
This simple design forgoes the use of the icon to champion your woodworking name. The brown background creates a sense of earthiness, quality, and security, allowing the white text to stand out. The subtle character quirks of the Changa typeface create an intriguing but sophisticated impression.
Monochromatic designs are uncluttered, modern, and suitable for a range of branding options. The white icon grabs attention with its jagged edges that frame a crossed-over hammer and chisel. The boldness of this design is reinforced by the strong terminals of the commanding Zilla Slab typeface.
How can I create a logo for a wood industry business?
- Define your type of wood industry business and some of the core values of your service.
- Make a list of the types of tools and materials that your business uses.
- Research similar brands and compile a list of designs that you like.
- Combine these elements by using a logo maker.
- Experiment with different colors, icons, and fonts until you create the perfect logo design for your wood industry business.
Where can I find modern woodworking logos?
Take a look at our list of modern woodworking logos for some inspiration. If you see a design that you like, click on it to experiment with the colors, icons, and font to create a unique logo for your woodworking business.
Where can I get a woodwork logo in vector format?
You can design your woodworking logo and download it in vector format on Zarla for free. Vector graphics are great for printing because they can be enlarged without losing resolution.