Creative Logo Design Ideas For Landscaping Companies

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Landscaping services is a thriving business in the United States. For the past 5 years, the demand within this industry has increased annually by over 3%. Thus many landscape designing and maintenance services companies are sprouting across the fifty states. Are you one of them? If so, then you need a a matchless brand identity to set yourself apart. While you need a stationery and websites, you first need to invest in a befitting logo. A logo that resonates with your audience and one that reflects your brand and with what it offers.

Even when you want your image to be distinct, you want your target market to relate to it by using recognizable landscaping colors and symbols. Common hues used for landscaping logos are blue, green, yellow, orange and brown. By varying the saturation level of each, you can make the color scheme of your logo different than your competitor’s. Your choice of colors has a great impact on your logo and overall branding.

Landscaping Logo Symbols

Symbols usually found in lawn and landscaping logos include: leaves, plants, trees, lands, houses, fences, grass and sky. The best landscaping logos are flat or gradient following minimal design approach often. They are mostly logotypes (word marks and letter marks) accompanied with imagery. Some are also created as emblems with a rustic look.

Check out these professional landscape logos with similar colors and symbols; yet each one is unique.

 

 

 

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Image Source: KickCharge Creative
 

Image Source: Pendletone/Portfolio/Kevin Deval
 

 

 


Which landscaping logo design do you like the best?

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