Salon of the Year

Salon of Distinction: Paris Parker Prytania

July 10, 2011 | 5:28 PM
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New Orleans, Louisiana

Owner: Neill Corporation

Salon style: Modern sophistication

Square footage: 3,300

Styling stations: 23

Treatment rooms: 1

Equipment: Takara Belmont

Furniture: Etopa

Total design investment: $261,400

Top retail lines: Aveda

Design: Tom Landry, tl2 Interior Architecture & Design LLC

Architect: Corbett Scott

Judges comments:

“It’s clear this owner understands the biz—lighting and use of floor material is perfect, retail is fantastic, excellent use of maximizing space while maintaining great circulation.”


“Monochromatic colors are very difficult to master but this has been done very well.”

—Sansevero and Cronk

“Our color bar is one of the cooler new features in our salon. We are a HeadMapping Certified Salon and use ColorBiz software to help us maximize productivity and eliminate waste. The open color bar allows a guest to watch the stylist mix and blend their formula, and allows the stylist to share their knowledge about hair color.”

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