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How Ken Wallace started their logo design journey
Little House in France
We own a lovely village home in Provence, which we rent via our website, http://www.littlehouseinfrance.com. It is very French, with all of the charm and character of the Provencal countryside. We rent the home in weekly periods, all year long. We offer personal, friendly, no hassle service with the goal of making our clients' vacation in France the best experience it can be. We want our clients to feel like they have walked into a turn-key home, so all they have to do is relax and unwind in the beauty of Provence.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our clients are upscale travelers seeking a base in an authentic Provencal village from which to explore the French countryside. Typically our clients are looking for a one to two week stay. They want comfort and the reassurance that they are getting high quality at a reasonable price. They also want to know that they will be supported with a local contact in France should there be any issues. Our clients are couples and small families, and often they are cyclists, which is a very popular activity in the area.
The design should be charming, even quaint, and have an authentic feeling of Provence--think sunshine, lavendar, sunflowers, wine, fruit orchards, perched stone villages, etc. It may incorporate elements of iconic Provencal design motifs. It should have a timeless feeling--even historic in nature (our village is 500-1000 years old). A hand drawn look may be appropriate. Reference our website (http://www.littlehouseinfrance.com) to get a feeling for the home and images of the area. As we may someday add additional properties or expand the content of the website please do not reference the actual house in the logo--it should be more iconic than specific. Note that our village is NOT near the coast (the Cote d'Azur), so ocean or beach elements would not be appropriate.