Cotswolder Celebrates the Spring Bluebell

Cotswolder has a new look and a new logo – based on the spring bluebells. The look for this blog is mostly the old look, with a little of the new look here by mistake. I will get the blog and photo gallery changed over tomorrow. It is exhausting working on colors 🙂

The Cotswolder logo was designed in July 2008 by Ginés Valera. Ginés lives in Spain. The logo for Cotswolder is a spiral of bluebells. My favorite time of year in the Cotswolds is the spring when the woods are filled with bluebells and Ramsons (also called Garlic Flowers). I sent Ginés some of my spring flower photos and this is what he came up with for our logo. I love the spiral and the gentle colors and being reminded of spring in the Cotswolds.

The original look had a photo in the header, greens and golds. The new look – bluebell spiral logo, purples and blues – with a little green that Chris suggested (great suggestion!).

This is more fun than rearranging the living room furniture! I still have to finish my main Towns and Villages section (new deadline – end of August).

Cotswolder – new design


Cotswolder – old design

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Pauline Kenny

Pauline Kenny and Steve Cohen are US expats living in Dorset. We moved to the UK in 2010. Read about our move. If you would like to talk about travel, please join us on the Slow Europe Travel Forums.