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Salons of the Year 2016: Aya Salon & Spa

Stacey Soble | May 27, 2016 | 8:51 PM
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AYA Salon & Spa
Petaluma, California
ayasalon.com


Owners: Charlene and Christian Stratton
Salon style: Hip, modern, comfortable
Square footage: 2,740
Stations: 12
Treatment rooms: 2
Equipment: Collins, Belvedere, Takara Belmont
Furniture: Custom
Total design investment: $260,000
Retail line: Aveda
Color line: Aveda
Design by: Christian and Charlene Stratton
Architect: David Burton
Photography: Paul Dyer

Owners’ comment:
“As one’s eye drifts towards the back of the building, the bold lines of the retail space soften with each bend and turn. The wall colors become slightly darker and warmer. As clients move deeper into the space, they shed the stress of the day and slip into relaxation.”

Judges’ comments:
“I love how fresh this salon space feels. It’s modern and clean with well-planned custom spaces.”—Gallagher

“A cozy area that allows guests to relax before their spa appointments—warm and calming.”—Leger

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