I'm building an upscale family barber shop, salon, and kids cut. The shop is divided into 3 sections. The back barber section will be decorated with wood paneling, dark floors, dark granite, an antique barber chair, and warm lighting. Think 1950's ritzy cigar bar. The front part of the store is divided in two. The salon side has modern decor with granite work stations and the kids side has chairs shaped as cars, tvs with cartoons on, and an x box to play. Unlike most salons that have a token barber, I want the whole family to feel comfortable in their part of the store...
I'm not married to any concept or design. However, the lettering of Family's Edge should be easy to read. Also, next to Family's Edge it needs to say Barber, Salon, & Kids Cuts. Please take creative freedom to decide if that needs to be to the side or underneath Family's Edge. When suggesting fonts please consider how easy it is to read and how it would look on a sign above the store. I THINK, but I'm not sure, that I want the logo to be separated from the wording. That way I can use just the logo or just the wording when making shirts or signs or anything else. Please don't hesitate to hit me up with questions. I would love to have more direction for you to go off of. This needs to be masculine, feminine, & and kid friendly :-) (I understand the absurdity of that last statement)