30 Best Crown Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

Created by Vasily Studenecky -
 

There is fierce competition in the world of businesses that we don't realize. All brands are competing to attract consumers in many ways; increasing the market, giving big discounts, and improving the quality. One of the best ways to attract customers is using the logo. Because the first impression of the customers is the brand itself, how the shape, name, and appearance of the brand, try to find out the character and the taste you want before creating a symbol if you like the impression of luxury and expensive.

There are various types of icons you can use; one of them is using a basic crown shape. After knowing what character you want to build, we will help you to find a crown logo that fits yours. This article will show the 30 best crown logos you should check for reference.

 

1. Ama

Created by Danis Ulianov
 

This crown logo design has two waves crossing each other that look like a crown. However, when you view it in more detail, the shape of these two waves illustrates the shape of the letter AMA. The curvature of the wave rises upwards to form the letter A. While the lower curvature of the waveforms letter M. To reinforce that this is M, the end of the wave points downwards to clarify the letter M.

 

2. Branch Line

Created by Sean O’Connor
 

As the name suggests, this crown is formed from thin and branching lines. Because this symbol only uses lines, it makes Branch Line look more minimalist. Then for the font selection, Branch Line uses a fancy and groovy font style. With a beige background and dark font color, the name will appear embossed and on point. The type of logo model like Branch Line is suitable for European-style restaurants and cafes.

 

3. Crown Star

Created by Sheikh Md. Maruf
 

When you look at this Crown Star, it fits the name. This icon uses a basic shiny shape and modifies the left and right sides of each to two tapers, and turns the top taper into a crown with three overlapping crown points. The overall color of the logo and name is gold with a glossy pattern. The brown background makes this logo look very luxurious and elegant. The logo is suitable for a luxury store.

 

4. Gapid Empire

Created by Tobi Mojeed
 

In the Gapid Empire placement, the icon is put on the left, and the name is to the left of the icon. The Gapid Empire icon is in the shape of the letter G and has a crown above it. The font used is a roman style, a conventional one. The purple Gapid Empire icon may represent the element of glory. White the text also looks cleaner because it uses a dark background.

 

5. One True King

Created by Evan Eckard
 

One True King design looks very suitable for millennials. This icon design uses the abbreviation One True King, which is OTK. The font used is also unique. There is a little graffiti element on the icon. The crown on this icon is above the OTK text. The crown is yellow, and the text is white. The icon background depicts a male model giving this logo a millennial feel. The icon is good for the hoodie store.

 

6. Royal Stone

Created by Studio Fuerte
 

The crown symbol of the Royal Tone also looks minimalist but still luxurious. This is because the formation of the logo uses lines that look neater and minimalist. The font used in this Symbol uses the roman font style. Giving a circle outside of the symbol is also a good idea. The color of this logo is rose gold and uses black as the background. This logo can be a reference for opening a cosmetic store.

 

7. Royal School

Created by Gaz Nimani
 

If you want to build an internationally based school foundation, then an icon design like this is great for your school foundation. A simple design and not too crowded. The model is owned by the Royal School. Many international schools also seem to have used the crown as a school icon. Red, blue, and white can vary for the icon. This icon can be a reference if you are looking for a logo for the school.

 

8. Kings

Created by Dmitriy Yanko
 

The emblem of Kings that we will discuss looks sporty, trendy, cool, formal, and masculine. The basic form of this emblem is like a war shield but looks like a king wearing a crown. This work uses two colors, yellow on the left and white on the right. The background uses blue color, and the text uses white. The background uses blue. This kind of King symbol is great when used on sports equipment. 

 

9. Crown & Peas

Created by Anne Maria Putz
 

Crown & Peas, this time, is like a reflection of a simple but elegant queen. The size of this Crown & Peas symbol and the brand name are equivalent; this is not an exaggeration. The designer chose to use magenta for this logo design. This color is suitable to use, depicting a queen who is at the peak of her glory. This kind of logo model can be a reference for creating a clothing store.

 

10. Tres Reinas

Created by Salvador Escobar
 

The name Tres Reinas is taken from the Latin word meaning three queens. Design that carries the theme of the queen in ancient Greece. Tres Reinas also uses the line style in designing. The three queens in question are one queen facing forward and the other two queens facing right and left. The brand name is placed below. This symbol can be used to represent a cafe, coffee shop, restaurant, hotel, or beverage brand.

 

11. Queen City Aesthetics

Created by Sammie O’Sullivan
 

The meaning of Queen City Aesthetics is the beauty of a queen in a city. This design is fairly simple and not too complicated. The background uses a city image and a flower image. The color of the icon is white. This flower represents the beauty of the queen, which is mentioned in this brand name. This logo uses white as the whole color. This design is good as a reference for websites or tourism bureaus.

 

12. Monarch

Created by Kwangsu Shin
 

Next, we will discuss a design called Monarch. Monarch or commonly called King in everyday language. This design model is almost the same as the AMA design. But what distinguishes it is that AMA uses the concept of waves while Monarch uses waves like arrows at the end. Designers use gold as the overall color and use green as the back color. That's an awesome icon. The color of the symbol is gold.

 

13. Walix Queen

Created by Faisal Nur Wibowo
 

The Wax Queen Fashion Class logo; just by knowing the name, you'll be amazed. The use of the word Walix is ​​still rarely used; this is the hallmark and unique of the Walix Queen brand. When you look at this Symbol, you'll see a crown, but if you look more in detail, you see the W number on this Symbol. Then at the top of the symbol, there is a diamond in the shape of a rhombus.

 

14. Silk Casino

Created by Yanushevi4 Sergey
 

At Silk Casino, there's a bit of a sad look here. This is due to the selection of a dark background, but there is still a little building behind it. This design is shaped like a war shield in which there is an engraved crown. This symbol is yellow. The font used is the Roman font. However, the size of this logo is too small.

 

15. King Estate

Created by Md Sohel
 

The use of a crown for the symbol here is not a queer one. The King Estate is a real estate design that uses the crown icon as its design base. At first glance, this icon is similar to a crown, but the designer also describes this crown as a house. As seen from the front, there are four small squares in the center of the crown. It describes as the window of the house.

 

16. Fixking

Created by Ade Imronn
 

The design here is short, simple, and clearly describes the design of this Fixking. This arrangement forms a crown with two semicircles similar to a crescent ball. When something is about to appear, there is a star above this logo. The color of this Fixking is gold, and even the background is white.

 

17. The Queen

Created by Miki Grujic
 

Queen Jewelry brand, it is very clear that this is a jewelry store icon. The Queen forms a brand name caption around the symbol. This symbol uses the letter G as its base form. Then at the top of the letter G, there is a small crown that depicts the Queen wearing a crown. Using white for the font and purple as the background makes it look expensive.

 

18. CQueen’s Creatives

Created by Cheenee Queen Manijado
 

This is an amazing logo design. Because the name they use is creative, this icon describes if they are creative. There are three rhombuses whose top is symbolized by the letter Q, which means Queen. And for the 2 rhombuses at the bottom depict the letter C for the word creative. You can also use a photo of your desk as the image behind the logo later. Models like this are commonly used for creative workers.

 

19. The Cake King

Created by Thimira Viraj
 

This time it will be a reference if you want to open a cake, ice cream, or pastry shop. The Cake King has a cute and attractive design. The shape of this symbol is like a glass filled with ice cream and topped with cherries. The crown shape on The Cake King is at the top, which is illustrated as a topping. There is an image of a smile that makes this symbol even funnier.

 

20. The Waffle King

Created by BDS
 

The work of The Waffle King is usually used in cafes or youth drinking places. It's a cute design and looks expensive, and that will make people interested. On closer inspection, there is an image of a dog wearing a crown in this work. Yellow and black are great when combined. The color of this icon also uses yellow to golden gold to give a cheerful impression.

 

21. Queen Cafe

Created by Rehan Ali
 

Queen Cafe is another reference for you to create a symbol for a brand. Using the illustration of a queen's head wearing a crown makes it the main point of this icon. The font used also uses the basic font. The orange color on the queen's head symbolizes happiness and freedom, as can be seen from the expression of the queen's smile, which shows happiness and joy. At the same time, the green color is used to describe a natural impression.

 

22. Mudre Clínica

Created by José Augusto Kykavy
 

If you want a symbol that is minimalist and simple, Mudre Clinica can also be your reference and logo solution. The letters or fonts used by Mudre Clinica are also basic fonts because there are no variations and models. But the symbols are quite interesting. The designer made the letter M into a crown shape. But it would be better if this symbol were enlarged in size. A work like this is great as a watch brand icon.

 

23. Queen Palace

Created by Ghi
 

The Queen logo, this logo has the feel of being in a kingdom. This icon is in the shape of the letter Q in which there is a crown shape. The font used is also very nice and suitable for this theme. The fonts aren't too complicated either. The overall color of this symbol is beige and brown as the background. This icon is intended for a hotel that has a luxury concept in it.

 

24. King Pizza

Created by Vadastu Design Studio
 

The King Pizza is the reference for the fast food restaurant logo design this time. If you are looking for an image of how iconic your brand is, King Pizza is one of them. The basic shape of this logo is a modified pizza slice. The center of the pizza has the letter K. As a variation, add some dots to it. The red color of the icon makes it more lively and more targeted.

 

25. King

Created by Kamrul Hasan Uday
 

The King, this symbol is similar to the queen's head design above. The image of the king's face is firm, masculine, and authoritative. The basic shape of this icon is like a shield for ancient wars. The Color option used in this symbol has two versions. The first version is gray; the second design is red. The font used is also bold. The background color can also be reset. This reference can be used for brands in cafes or barbershops.

 

26. Highest Rank

Created by Vasily Studenecky
 

Furthermore, Highest Rating is a coffee shop icon design reference. The characteristics of this logo are almost the same as King's. If you are looking for design drawings for coffee shops and barber shops, Highest Rank is one of them. The basic form of this symbol is a king who enjoys the pleasure of coffee with pleasure. The yellow color, which means the spirit of life, is also expected to provide positive energy to customers.

 

27. Dasmal

Created by Omar Elfaramawy
 

This is another very unique logo. Dasmal uses two scripts, Arabic and Latin. The shape of the icon is also quite simple; it looks like a regular crown but is added to the top with the letter W above it. The auxiliary color used by the designer in this Symbol is silver. A suitable background for this Symbol is black or dark. This Dasmal is great for an iconic hotel or a fine dining restaurant.

 

28. Lenotr Park

Created by Levon Grigoryan
 

If you are looking for a logo for a garden, then Lenoir Park is an excellent choice. The shape of the crown logo from Lenoir Park has three leaves as elements of nature and gardens that you want to present. It is very appropriate to choose white as the base color because the background of this icon uses a photo from the park. The font used is thin and bold, which supports this icon theme.

 

29. Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC

Created by Nightshift Nest
 

The Ratchaburi Mtr Phol FC is the design reference for this football club logo. If you are looking for a football club logo image, this is it. The iconic shape of this logo is a symbol of the dragon's head which means strength, with the black design and orange background making the color combination extraordinary. The location of the crown on the dragon's head adds to the spirit of the logo. That is what an amazing icon is.

 

30. Friends

Created by Omar Elfaramawy
 

This icon is a design for a glass in a coffee shop. The text of this emblem uses two colors; white and gold. The shape of the crown in this design is two-dimension from the crown, with six circular shapes on it. The bottle, which is the realization of this logo, looks luxurious. This bottle will be hunted by the upper middle class if the price is high.

 

Final Words

Have you got a logo reference that matches your icon business character with a crown theme? Various styles can be seen in various logos. Starting from color, placement, background, pattern, and shape have also been discussed in this article. For example, if you want a natural feel, Queen City Aesthetic and Lenoir Park can be a reference. If you want a luxurious feel, you can choose Walix Queen, Friend, Monarch, and Queen Palace. Your more minimalist characteristics Branch Line, AMA, and Mudre Clinic can also be other references. It all depends on the characteristics of your logo and your taste.

 

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These above references are done by some of the most talented designers all over the world. If you think your work is better and would like to showcase yours here in this post, please feel free to email your work to info@kreafolk.com. Cheers!

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