We provided a nice rebrand for Marshall’s Interiors in sunny Johnstone. Originally a branch of the family-run Carpets Plus, the owner David wanted to move into a more complete interiors solution offering wallcoverings and soft furnishings in addition to the carpets and flooring they are known for.
We created a clean, contemporary design that feels at home in Scotland as it is today, incorporating a little bit of tartan detailing and some nice photography for the adverts as well.
We’re looking forward to seeing how the rest of the transformation takes shape!
We designed and installed a set of bespoke built sign trays with led backlighting at the Speedbird Inn, Dyce, Aberdeen. The customer was feeling the pressure of large chain hotels opening up in the surrounding area and needed a signage freshen up using the already established branding to keep them looking appealing and relevant.
We were tasked to replace the old signage on this quality butchers after their rebranding had been completed, as well as to support the craft butcher with ongoing poster and leaflet design and print to promote their regular and seasonal offers.
Step in Redblu and we replaced the rotten woodwork behind the sign, produced and installed a quality facia using powder coated sign trays which linked together in three pieces to create one large sign. Long term vinyls were then applied to the face to complete the job. For the posters we knew what lockable frames had been fitted and worked with the team to create a series of posters for Christmas hampers, Burn’s Night packs and other offers, using their new branding.
Redblu surveyed, specified and designed various internal and external signage for Gleddoch House Hotel as part of a multi million pound refurbishment. Our elements included a number of external entrance signs, internal directional signage, golf club shop signage and window graphics and directional signage for the approach to the hotel itself.
All of the signage had to be aligned visually with the hotel’s luxury feel and colour scheme, and we implemented high quality acrylic panels and also some brass plaques to get that premium feel.
One of our long standing agency friends had a requirement to design and produce a long standing, aesthetically pleasing sign for Craiglockhart Community to explain a bit about the loch and its history.
We designed a wooden sign using Balau which is a hard wood perfect for long lasting. The graphic was specified for photographic quality, laminate for protection for UV rays and suitable to ensure it did not deteriorate over time as this was going up for the long term. The sign was fitted in 2014 and still looks like today.