I could really use some help here and I love love LOVE it if you would weigh in with your opinions!
As you may know, I'm working on launching my own line of furniture this year. I've been designing and locally manufacturing custom, one-of-a-kind furniture for my clients for years, and I'm feeling really ready and excited to apply all the knowledge I've gleaned during that process to the creation of a beautiful and refined collection of furniture that represents my tastes and style and will be available to order online nationwide. Exciting!!
All weekend I've been playing around with names for the furniture line. My interior design business will stay as it is, Rosa Beltran Design. But we're thinking that the furniture line should have its own name too ... something that ties in with my whole design business, but also sets it apart as it's own thing (I also love my round "RB" medallion logo and I might want to incorporate it into the new name.) In the future I'll likely be adding other items like lighting and accessories to my home line, so I wouldn't want any name that limits me to just furniture. These are some ideas I'm playing with ...
OR it could also go in a totally different direction! I'm really wide open to suggestions. We could eliminate the "RB" logo altogether and just use a stand alone word or concept as the name. What do you think!? You're the ones who I want to appeal to, so it's your opinion that I value the most!
I'm currently designing the collection and having my prototypes made to be photographed for the website. Because I don't have a brick and mortar store, sometimes I wind up with a surplus of inventory that I need to get rid of quickly to make room for the next batch of furniture arriving. These I sell on Craigslist, Chairish, etc ... and I'll also list them here just in case anyone wants to snag one for themselves! Today it's a perfect mid-century style sofa in a blue grey. 100" long x 31" high x 35" deep. Sale price $1500. I don't have interstate shipping set up yet, but it's not difficult to get reasonable shipping quotes from companies like uship.com.