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Brown boxes with imprints – less is more!

by Packaging-Design.net
Brown boxes with imprints - less is more!

In the world of printed boxes, colour plays a very important role. As it turns out, brown boxes don’t have to be boring at all. Just take a look at the inspirations we have prepared for you!

Boxes with imprints – how to use brown to promote your brand?

Properly used colours in marketing can have a major impact on customer behaviour. By using them skilfully, we can encourage the customer to brand and buy or discourage them from buying a product. Using colours and boxes with imprints it is possible to communicate important information about the product and to evoke emotions in relation to the proposed offer. Colour can attract attention or highlight a feature of an article. It is also used to improve the legibility of the message, e.g. text on a website or packaging. How to use brown colour to promote your brand?

Brown colours work very well in the case of foodstuffs, because they are associated with food and sweetness. They also look good in advertising campaigns of natural and ecological brands, such as cosmetics. Let’s see how to create original boxes with imprints with their help!

#1 Goldkehlchen

Goldkehlchen boxes


The brown Goldkehlchen cider boxes on the one hand impress with their minimalism and ecological character, and on the other hand with their detailed design. You will find there beautiful sketches of apple blossoms and images of various birds. This small company in Vienna knows how to encourage customers to buy through original shipping boxes with imprints!

#2 H. Smith

H. Smith boxes


Brown colour often goes hand in hand with ecology and minimalism. This is no different for the clothing company H. Smith. This luxurious boutique packs its products in elegant brown cardboard boxes with silver logo and sticker. Fashion, minimalism and chic H. Smith definitely attracts customers!

#3 Mojo Cacao

mojo cacao boxes


We mentioned that bronze is great for advertising food products. What he’s most associated with is chocolate. No wonder that Mojo Cacao has benefited from the potential of this colour. Mojo Cacao chocolate products are packed in cardboard boxes in a colour similar to that of the products. The box also features a centred company logo in black lettering. Isn’t it tasty?

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