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Dino Palmieri Salon and Spa

Chandler Rollins | August 23, 2013 | 12:25 PM
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Dino Pamiere Salon and Spa

Woodmere, OH

Dinopalmieresalon.com

 

Dino Palmieri

SALON STYLE: Ethereal, Crisp, Chic

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 2,224

STYLING STATIONS: 16

EQUIPMENT: Takara Belmont

FURNITURE: Custom-made, Palmieri Builders

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $279,500

RETAIL LINE: Kerastase, Bumble and Bumble, Oribe

COLOR LINE: Illumina, Color Touch, Koleston

ARCHITECT: Mark Fremont

PHOTOGRAPHY: Scott Pease

DESCRIPTION: The Dino Palmiere Salon and Spa is geared towards an upscale market. All appliances are modern and top-of-the line. The symmetry of the layout is sleek, functional, and comfortable. There is great flow and balance. A wide and open reception area greets clients as they first enter. On either end, retail is precisely organized upon lighted shelves for easy view and accessibility. The varied colors of the products warm the cool, fresh, white, open space, and create a soft feel. The styling stations flow effortlessly forward in sharp, clean lines and create a functional and organized, yet comfortable, work space for the stylists and clients.

"Clean, crisp walls are accented by images with bold splashes of color. This creates a magical quality, which harmoniously balances with the artistry the stylists create, and adds to the overall luxurious effect and feel of the space." -Dino Palmieri

 

Changes City Spa

Norfolk, VA

Changesaregood.com

 

Norma Dorey

SALON STYLE: Upscale, Chic, Boutique

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 8,140

STYLING STATIONS: 17

TREATMENT ROOMS: 9

EQUIPMENT: Belvedere

FURNITURE: Belvedere

TOTAL DESIGN INVESTMENT: $497,000

RETAIL LINE: Bumble and Bumble, Davines, Wella

COLOR LINE: Wella

DESIGN: H&L Construction

ARCHITECT: Bruce Benson

PHOTOGRAPHY: Al Kelly

DESCRIPTION: Color is the focal point of hair design at Changes City Spa. The open color bar is where color is doctored to a Medical auto-clave station in the nail department where nail care implements are sterilized. The shampoo lounge has a spa feel with warm tones, hand-painted river rock design on concrete floors and skylights to bring the natural light into the space. LED lighting and Wi-fi capabilities throughout the salon and spa allow clients to get their favorite services done while still plugged in at work. The retail boutique provides clients with an array of professional beauty essentials, wellness products and gift items.

- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/photos/salon-spa-tours/Changes-City-Spa-219443531.html#sthash.7STeowL2.dpuf

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