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Salon Eva Michelle

Valeria Fanelli | October 11, 2012 | 10:07 AM
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SALON EVA MICHELLE

Boston, MA

Salonevamichelle.com

OWNERS: Michelle Lee and Eva Mustafai

SALON STYLE: Upscale boutique, modern industrial, experimental platform

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 1,035 sq

STYLING STATIONS: 11

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $272,600

RETAIL LINES: Sebastian Professional, DermOrganics

COLOR LINES: Wella, Chromastics, Goldwell Elumen

EQUIPMENT: Welonda Comfort, uBox, Athena, Brio

FURNITURE: Belvedere USA

DESIGN: Dash Marshall

ARCHITECT: Dash Marshall

PHOTOS: Lad Shahmarls, Eric Levin of Levin Photography

Michelle Lee and Eva Mustafai’s three favorite features of Salon Eva Michelle’s design include:

-Most of the salon hangs from the ceiling and does not touch the floor. This includes the main styling stations which form a line down to the middle of the space.

-The lighting. A striking lighting system compliments the exposed ventilation and other mechanical equipment that makes the space feel sleek instead of factory-like.

-The bathrooms in the middle of the space. The architect turned them into a central design feature by building a curved wall around them and wrapping it in polished aluminium that reflects light deep into the back of the salon.

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