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SOTY 2014: Danny Jelaca Salon

Stacey Soble | May 11, 2014 | 11:27 PM
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Danny Jelaca Salon

Miami Beach, Florida

dannyjelaca.com

 

Owner: Danny Jelaca

Established: 2013

Salon style: Upscale Boutique, Chic, Luxurious

Square footage: 1,200

Styling Stations: 8

Equipment: Takara Belmont

Furniture: Danny Jelaca

Total design investment: $540,000

Top Retail lines: Leonor Greyl, Goldwell, 4ever Smooth

Color line: Goldwell

Design by: Danny Jelaca

Architects: Danny Jelaca

Photography: Robin Hill

 

Owner’s Comments:

 

“Inspired by the inside of a jewel box, I designed the salon with elegance from top to bottom. Crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling and the elegance continues all the way down to the polished, porcelain floors.”

 

Judges' Comments:

 

“The clean, simple space gets a dramatic shot of sophistication from the elegant crystal chandeliers, padded walls and reception seating.”—Hillenmeyer

 

“The overall space is cohesive from top to bottom, and I absolutely identify with the jewel box theme.”—Martin

 

“Great use of the chandeliers, which compliment the white space and the curve of the styling mirrors.”—Patrascu

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