Salon + Spa Décor

Learn how salon owners have changed their salon design to help grow their businesses.


 

Design: Joseph Cozza Salon

By Alison Shipley Alhamed | Updated: 05/10/2011 12:18:02 PM
MOST 25-YEAR-OLDS don’t have facelifts, but when you’re talking about an established salon business, a little nip and tuck may be in order. As the Joseph Cozza Salon celebrated its silver year in the heart of San Francisco’s style district, owners Joseph Cozza and Joe Bisazza transformed its 9,300 square feet into a sleek and contemporary space.
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Architects of Design: A Tale of Two Rivers

Updated: 04/08/2011 4:41:47 PM
TWO RIVERS SPA IN EAGLE, Idaho, opened in 2000 in a 2,000-square-foot space. Two years later, owner Stephanie Baker realized she had quickly outgrown the space and moved to 5,000 square feet and added a salon—becoming Two Rivers Salon and Spa. Fast-forward eight successful years, and add a $750,000 remodel and add another 2,500 square feet, and you have the expansive salon that boasts 15 styling chairs, 10 spa treatment rooms and 16 nail stations, overlooking the surrounding Boise River. Here, Baker points out the important elements of the design.
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The 14th Annual Salon Today 200: Honoring Salon Growth and Best Business Practices

Updated: 01/24/2011 3:24:24 PM
If you were to pick a theme word for 2011’s SALON TODAY 200, it would be VALIDATION. This year’s competition measured all areas of salon business in calendar years 2008 and 2009—two of the toughest years for all businesses. For a salon to not only survive, but thrive during these years, strong leadership, solid systems, motivated employees and loyal customers were mandatory.
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Asian Fusion: Emmetts The Studio

By Alison Shipley Alhamed | Updated: 10/18/2010 4:47:24 PM
BUILT IN THE 1920s, the old lighting store in Indianapolis, Indiana, now houses Emmetts The Studio, owned by Emmett Cooper and Naieem Abdool. Throughout the two-levels, Asian-inspired furnishings meet modern decor—Tibetan drum tables, brass dragon chandelier, French chairs covered in brindle cowhide, pine wood floors, full-length ceiling mirrors, energy-effi cient LED track lighting and eco-friendly painted walls. Walk down the stairs to the lower level of the studio for a look at the open color bar with private make-up rooms and treatment areas. A private, Zen-inspired patio allows for group events and private parties, or for clients to relax outside between services. Here, owners Emmett Cooper and Naieem Abdool take SALON TODAY on a tour.
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Spa Productivity Power

By Rosanne Ullman | Updated: 10/15/2010 11:25:50 AM
To achieve profitability on the spa side of your world, it all comes down to how productive you can make that treatment room and its attending professionals. to get you on the upswing, these spa leaders share their favorite bottom-linefocused strategies.
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Window Shopping, Merchandising Inspiration

By Lauren Salapatek | Updated: 09/23/2010 10:54:50 AM
Follow five salon owners as they shop for merchandising inspiration.
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