As always, Maja is very patient and really wants to give her client her best. Thank you once again Maja for your excellent work!
I can't believe what a great experience this was. Veksi went above and beyond. We changed our mind on colors and concept more times than I can count. She provided us with so many examples we were able to compare what would work for us. Highly recommended!!
- Kelly Norman
Thank you for your prompt replies and excellent work. We love the logo!
- Katy Shayne
Very pleased with the design, she has a great eye!
How patreceysimpson started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I provide floor plans, furniture plans, furniture, plumbing and light fixtures, finishes, and color scheme recommendations for clients who are building or remodeling their home. My main focus is Residential Design but occasionally take on small commercial projects. I work closely with contractors in Project Management.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I consider my personal "signature" a blush pink peony flower. However, I'm also drawn to mid-century modern starbursts. I would like to use black, creamy white, and gold foil in my logo and on my future business card, so I was thinking- what if you used a black and white close- up sketch of a peony with my name over it in gold, so that it isn't obvious that its a peony unless someone examines it closely? I'm not opposed to pink in the logo, as long as it's minimal. I don't want it to be too "frou frou." Regarding the star burst; I had pictured it attached to the corner of the P in Patrece, but not sure if that would work or look good. Thinking about what would look good on a business card; I thought about a centered thick, solid strip of black with my name in gold foil over the top of the black. My style is classic with touches of vintage Hollywood Regency. The attached Beverly Hilton logo is what gave me the idea for the Starburst. Of course we can't use that, but something similar.