Posted 22nd May

Woodstock Furniture refreshes brand with new logo and strapline

By KBBDaily on 22nd May 2019 - 10:33am
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Hampshire-based bespoke kitchen furniture maker Woodstock Furniture has refreshed its branding with a new logo and strapline: ‘Created by us. Inspired by you. Designed for life.’

Interiors marketing agency Amino Media designed the new logo, noting that it was “essential that Woodstock’s professionalism and craft was reflected” in the design.

“The singular line structure of the logo is reflective of the careful consideration that goes into every piece of furniture created by Woodstock Furniture,” the agency said. “The bold reflects their strong past and current status in the market, and the thin reflects their careful consideration to detail.”

Woodstock Furniture managing director Andrew Hall added: “We decided now was the right time for Woodstock Furniture to rebrand and give our company a fresher and more cohesive look to appeal to a wider audience. We feel that Amino Media have achieved just that.”


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