Salon of the Year

Salons of the Year: Martino Cartier Salon

Stacey Soble | May 31, 2016 | 5:07 PM
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Martino Cartier Salon
Sewell, New Jersey

Martino Cartier
Salon style: NYC style, Beverly Hills, Hollywood
Square footage: 4,150
Stations: 22 cutting, 8 color
Equipment: Minerva
Furniture: Minverva
Total design investment: $352,500
Retail lines: Martino Cartier, Hairtalk, Wella
Color line: Wella
Design by: Mike Brewer, Township Home Builders
Architects: Township Home Builders
Photography: Dennis Kelly

Owner’s comment:
“We have a Saks 5th Avenue approach to the reception and retail area. Guests are greeted by a lion sculpture that is covered in a mosaic of mirrored tiles and comes to life when the sun hits it. Beautiful Italian lounge couches encompass the guest while they enjoy a beverage from our wine and coffee bar.”

Judges’ comments:
“The entryway is elegant, and that lion is the coolest.” —Connolly

“Bold, bold, bold! A mirrored lion, a zebra-print chair and red retail walls—this salon makes it work.” —Nelson

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