By Kate GriggsBloombergPoliticsA couple weeks ago, I was sitting on my couch, enjoying the early spring days with my cat, Luka.
At the moment, my cat is a happy, content cat.
But Luka’s mood was wavering, and I was struggling to think of something to say to him that might help him focus on the world outside.
I looked up from my laptop, at the familiar, familiar logos I’d seen so many times in my day.
The ones that appeared on walls, tables, and other objects.
The same ones I saw on my mother’s bedroom door, on the door to my grandparents’ home, on my kitchen counter, on that giant banner hanging from the ceiling above the kitchen.
The one on the ceiling of the old, dilapidated house on my street that I’m renovating, right now.
I wanted to know what it was that made me want to put on a house logo, and what I should wear.
So I did a Google search.
And the results were nothing short of fascinating.
I’ve found many great ideas on how to make house logos, but the ones I found were all about branding.
I wanted to do something with them.
So here’s how I did it.
Here’s a look at the top 10 house logos that people love and don’t love, according to Google.
They’re not all about fashion or design; they’re about style and function.