Let's focus on the colors selected above first. I wouldn't necessarily try to include all color swatches in the design, but pick one to start. However, I'm not against using a splash of color from another, unselected swatch, like a splash of red, for example.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here is a good example of a fun but tame design, using masculine colors, with just a splash of a fun color
Although this is a more fun and youthful design than I want to employ, I enjoy the color scheme
I am drawn to this design because of it's color template, and stark contrast. The design I feel is slick, and does a great job of relating the company name to a physical object, in this case, and actual pigeon
I don't necessarily like the color for my company, but I enjoy seeing the company name being split by the logo
Classic design. The font is appealing and the color is good
I like the contrast and combining the S and B. However, I don't want my customers to struggle to see the distinction. I would not mind seeing something similar to this, but that would also pull in elements related to the name of my company. As an example, try pulling in word associations from Gardener, like a tree.
I like the colors involved. It says that the company is serious but easily approachable.
I would like to see some word associations focusing on the Gardener in Gardener Robinson. My initial thoughts were to incorporate a simple tree outline or something like that into the logo. The Throne & Houser logo selected in my design inspiration may be a good start for this as I kind of like the crest that is used. Now, the Gardener Robinson logo does not necessarily have to be a crest, it could also be like a square or rectangle, but I would avoid circles. Outside of seeing a crest, I would not want to see many curves in the my logo.