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Salon of the Year

Andrew Stefanou Salon and Spa

August 13, 2013 | 11:41 AM
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Andrew Stefanou Salon and Spa

Darien, CT

Andrewstefanousalonandspa.com

Andrew and Dee Stefanou

SALON STYLE: Elegant, Luxurious, Contemporary

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 6,375

STYLING STATIONS: 26

TREATMENT ROOMS: 8

EQUIPMENT:Oakworks and European Touch

FURNITURE: Artistry In Wood

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $575,000

RETAIL LINE: Unite, Moroccan, L'Oreal Series Expert

COLOR LINE: Wella, Goldwell, Redken

DESIGN: Atmosphere Design, Spa Thea Consult and Design

ARCHITECT: Rita Eng, AIA

PHOTOGRAPHY: Steven Walter

DESCRIPTION: A stunning rain curtain is the central focus as you walk into the main reception area of Andrew Stefanou Salon and Spa. It is designed to look as though it is coming freely from the ceiling and the water flow directly through the black lava stones cut into the floor. The cutting room is shaped in a large semi-circle and directly in the middle is a custom-built waiting area/changing room/client refreshment bar, encircled in a silver shimmer screen that comes from the ceiling. Behind the walls of the cutting room are two seperate hallways, leading to private dressing rooms, massage and facial rooms and relaxation areas.

 

"We love attracting women, men and children of all ages and economic backgrounds, and gave an impressive design that would entice clients to feel as though we have more than just services to offer but an experience to be had as well. To feel as though they have just "treated" themselves to going somewhere special, and talked about. No matter how many times you visit our salon and spa, it would always be impressive to your eyes."-Andrew Stefanou

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