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Home Decor Shop Tagline & Name
Posted by Anonymous on
11/27/2006 at 4:00 PM ET
I am launching a new home decor shop, and am just now deciding on the name. (Will reveal once it's trademarked!) However, the vibe is going to be fresh, lively, totally unique, warm & inviting, chic, trendy...My goal is for this to be a place that my customers want to browse & be inspired (and of course, buy!). The store will include home decor, furniture & accessories, as well as kids and pet items. I am looking for a tagline that captures this feeling. Does anyone have any suggestions?
11/27/2006 at 6:10 PM
fresh ideas for your home
11/27/2006 at 8:11 PM
design and play - your imagination, your home
mix and fix - you house, your rules
11/28/2006 at 7:06 AM
Where we understand you
Peace - the other name for home
Home that your feet may leave, but not your heart
Only hearts can build a home
11/28/2006 at 11:04 AM
Here we go with a double answer to Capture the Eye (and lead alphabetical listings and get more bang for your buck but with 'clear ambiguity' if there is such a thing) and make people Discuss and Think what it means to them. ... Verb or Noun, Old or New or just Serious Fun!
Hope this helps, Good Luck.
(Used hyphen for visual focus on distinction/focus on both similar but distinct words).
1st meaning ...
1. To occupy in an agreeable, pleasing, or entertaining fashion.
2. To cause to laugh or smile by giving pleasure:
2nd meaning ....
1. Greek Mythology Any of the nine daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus, each of whom presided over a different art or science.
a. A guiding spirit.
b. A source of inspiration.
11/28/2006 at 11:22 AM
It would help to have the name but I understand your reasons. If you name is descriptive you tag can be simple. If your name is not descriptive... your tag should be. Here are a few ideas depending on your name:
Totally unique Home Furnishings
Chic & Unique Home Decor
Inviting, Chic, & Totally Unique
What your home could be
Come Be Inspired
11/28/2006 at 11:44 AM
I like your screen name:
Mango Mafia or just Mango for a name
Mango...Sweet & Chic Home Furnishings
11/28/2006 at 12:18 PM
Wow! I love the responses...in fact, I love so many of them I don't know which to select. (btw - This is my first "question post", so I hope that I am working the system correctly.) Anyway, thanks to all who took the time to consider my request and answer with thoughtful, interesting ideas! I'm so excited to get rolling with my new business.
My faves include: Frank's "fresh ideas" wording; NovaHammer's use of the word "muse"; JoMasterson's "Come Be Inspired" tag; BigStarNow's use of my screen name (which I never considered until now!) "mango" to describe sweet & chic home furnishings AND mvr0915's "nourish your inner designer" tag.
You guys are an amazing help! Thanks for the inspiration. :)
11/28/2006 at 4:09 PM
Of course there is Mews also from the old english I think for 'buildings converted to dwellings' or shops these days.
Got off track earlier sorry, ...
Tagline for Your Shop ...
Mango - BeYond Fresh, WithIn Your Your Grasp!
11/29/2006 at 8:56 AM
Do you feel that using "Mango" for a shop name that retails home decor is advisable? When I ran some potential business names by a small "test market" group of friends and relatives - all women in my prime target - they had issues with the names that didn't describe what my store DID.
Obviously, corp.'s like Nike, H&R Block, Apple...don't describe their businesses...I'm just not sure what the best (smartest) option is. Any thoughts from the field?
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