• Client:
    Rêve Design
  • Project:
    Logo design and Branding
  • Requirements:
    Logo, product brochure, stationery, web holding page, signage and email signature.
  • Website:
Bespoke ‘dream’ rooms.

Rêve Design are a manufacturer of bespoke kitchens and bedrooms. They are based in Maidstone, Kent and with their large in-house CNC machine, offer high quality workmanship… but their existing brand did not match up to this. With no sales literature or website, they had no way of getting their message out to potential customers and their existing logo didn’t reflect the company values or the quality of their work. So they approached us to look at their logo design and branding.

So… the first job was to create a logo they could be proud of, one that shouted ‘quality’ and would appeal to their target audience of wealthy individuals looking for a bespoke ‘dream’ room. (Rêve is French for Dream). After supplying a number of design options, the client settled on the logo they felt was right for them. We designed the usual initial branded items such as stationery, email signatures etc to establish a look and feel, we then moved on to the product brochure.

Rêve Design wanted to sell full kitchen and bedroom builds but also wanted to highlight that they stock individual items such as handles, drawers etc and this is reflected throughout the brochure. We had some great photography to work with, which is always a bonus, and the print finish helped to achieve the high-end feel they were looking for as the cover was matt laminated with a spot UV varnish. The spot UV was also used inside to denote the various items that came in a gloss finish.

The overall feel of the finished branded items was one of high-end quality and the client felt we hit the nail on the head with everything we produced. Here is what the client had to say:


WOW is all I can say! The logo was perfect, but this brochure looks absolutely wonderful, it really gives us the look we wanted… classy! Thank you so much.

Liz Wingate – Director


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