Custom logo mats are clearly a great and stylish addition to every business entrance. Unless, of course, your logo mats are poorly printed, badly designed and ineffective.
If you’re considering custom logo mats, then you want to get your money’s worth. So, here are a few design tips so you can make the most out of your investment.
While it’s fun to add multiple designs and images to a single mat, you have to keep in mind that your customers aren’t going to spend that much time looking down. For a mat with the best visual impact, make your logo the focal point of your design. Your logo lets customers know that they’re in the right place and demonstrates the level of care and detail that you put into your business. A simple black, white, brown or navy mat with your logo in bright detail may be all that you need to make a great impression on your visitors.
If your logo features a lot of dark colors, then your logo will blend in too much on a dark background. On the other hand, if your logo features a lot of light colors, then it’ll blend in too much with a light background. To make sure that your logo is clearly distinguishable from the background, use colors that contrast when designing your custom logo mats.
Obviously, all of the good designs in the world won’t mean a thing if the mat company you choose can’t meet the quality standards you require. That’s why you should work with the mat experts at Ideal Linen. We offer mats that are both durable and aesthetically pleasing, with advanced printing technology to produce the exact design you want.
Our Classic Impressions™ logo mats are manufactured on our state-of-the-art digital printers with the ability to print in virtually unlimited colors, create 3-D images, print very small letters and phase in colors.
At Ideal, we help you along every step of the way, from concepts and designs to repair and maintenance. Our team of graphic artists will help you choose the right style and colors for your business, and then you can trust our reliable mat maintenance team to replace and repair your mats when they wear out.