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5th Avenue

Valeria Fanelli | September 20, 2012 | 2:57 PM
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5th AVENUE

Carlisle, Pennsylvania

5thavesalon.com

OWNERS: Jessica McCoy and Tiffany Moll

SALON STYLE: Urban, Sophisticated, Trendy

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 3,900 sq

STYLING STATIONS: 8

TREATMENT ROOMS: 3

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $185,000

RETAIL LINES: Redken, Tigi, Danu

COLOR LINES: Redken

EQUIPMENT: Garfield, Freestylist blowdryers

FURNITURE: Custom – Tim Augesburger cabinets

DESIGN: Raylon

ARCHITECT: Criterium Yingst Engineers

PHOTOS: Christy Smyers

Jessica McCoy and Tiffany Moll’s three favorite features of 5th Avenue’s design include:

-The lather lounge. It is a 19 feet by 11 feet sanctuary where clients enter through a sliding glass door, to a dimly lit shampoo area that plays the same soothing music as the facial and massage rooms.

-The in-house marketing done by the TV screens. There is one 42’’ in the styling area, one 24’’ in the manicure area and two 19’’ in the lather lounge.

-The child’s play room. The room sits off of the styling area and includes an art table, toys and TV with movies and DVDs.

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