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Salons of the Year 2016: David Ezra Salon & Spa

Stacey Soble | May 27, 2016 | 9:13 PM
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David Ezra Salon & Spa
Wayne, New Jersey
davidezrasalonspa.com


Owners: David and Julie Ezra
Salon style: Elegant, modern, European
Square footage: 7,800
Stations: 30
Treatment rooms: 5
Equipment: Gamma & Bross
Furniture: Eurisko
Total design investment: $1,400,000
Retail lines: Kérastase, David Ezra Professional Haircare, L’Oréal Professionnel
Color lines: L’Oréal Professionnel, Aveda
Design by: Gale Hunter Designs, Eurisko and Gamma & Bross-Alec Henry
Architect: Bob Henry
Photography: Madelyn Alexander

Owners’ comment:
“To maximize the natural light in the salon, we alternated our styling stations instead of just lining them up in a single row. This enabled more light to seep through the floor-to-ceiling windows and provide stylists with a clearer view of their work.”

Judges’ comments:
“The retail pops in this bright, white space.” —Nelson

“Very crisp and clean. Great lighting from multiple sources.”
—Redman

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