This yellow home decor logo is one of the most viewed and viewed by the British public.
It was the second most popular logo in the world, behind only the #1 logo, according to a new study from the marketing firm eMarketer.
This year, it’s the third most popular for UK-based brands, with over 20 million views.
It was also voted the most used logo worldwide by UK-listed home decor brand Homebase.
The UK’s home decor industry has been hit hard by the financial crisis and the recession, with many companies closing their doors and laying off staff.
Homebase, which had around 70 staff in its London offices in 2015, has now announced it will lay off a further 40 staff.
Homebase has been working hard to create a new brand that can take on the competition, and the new logo, which is called the Yellow HomeDecor logo, will be the new face of the brand.
“We’re building on the Yellow logo that we have today, but this is a completely different look,” said Jon Murray, head of brand at Homebase UK.
He said the logo would include the hashtag #YellowHomeDecor and a new hashtag: #YellowSignals.
The logo was created by Egon Zwolinski, who has worked on brands such as The New York Times, Google and Apple.
It will be available in 15 colours including orange, purple, yellow, blue, green and grey, with the logo also being available in the US and UK.
“We think it’s going to be an interesting design and it’s something we think will appeal to a wider audience,” said Murray.
A new hashtag, #YellowCure, was also launched to coincide with the launch.
“The hashtag #yellowhomedecor will be a simple way for consumers to interact with our new logo and to let others know about it and our plans to make it more accessible,” Murray said.
Murray said that in addition to Homebase, other major UK-owned brands that have signed on for the campaign include the UK Home Trust, British Red Cross and Red Cross Blue Cross.
We’re excited to bring #Yellow home decor to the world as the next step in our journey to be a home decor company with the same values, principles and vision that our team has created over the last three years,” the Homebase team said in a statement.
(The yellow home decoration logo was first spotted by @dannyjdenniston on Twitter.)
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