We asked for a modification to our logo for a holiday card - we got a great creative execution on a very quick turnaround! Thank you!
- Colby H
Love the design...it is so simple yet classy and sheek. It appears effortless just like what I envision with the brand. The designer was very prompt whenever I asked for changes, etc.
Working with Alicia is a delight! She seemed to instinctively know what I was looking for and, with the few revisions I requested, gave me a fabulous design that I am delighted with. She was also professional and very responsive to my messages. I will be back for more design work. Thank you, Alicia!!!!
Melinda was great to work with! I highly recommend her.
- Julie Mo
Loved Working with Julie Mo. She understood what i wanted in my design. I had several designs from other designers but i could not get my eyes off Julie Mo's logo design that she did for me. She was really easy to work with. Worked on all my silly requests or revisions i asked her to do.
Thanks for bringing my vision to life.
- ASP Beauty Services
How household.wonders started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell household items on Amazon including items for kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms. All items are non-food, so mainly containers, appliances, small furniture, and various household trinkets. Our target audience are those looking to furnish their home with these items.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the color contrast, but it's too "cursivey" and the font is a bit too thin.
Looks like an artisan/classic food logo, which is close to household items but not quite.
I like the colors, fonts, and layout, but I wouldn't like having a human face.
It's a nice logo, but it looks like for an architecture firm. Something more "homey".
I like the idea of having items surrounding the company name, but maybe not necessarily cutlery.
This might be too "busy" of a logo to imprint on glass, so maybe less small elements and not a fruit. Instead of fruit, should be aimed at household items (maybe a house?).
The logo will be imprinted on our products. So for glass, it will be either sand blasted, molded, or something related to transforming the material. For other items, it will be attached as a permanent decal.