Salon + Spa Décor

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

E. Geovanni Salon

E. Geovanni Salon

Updated: 08/09/2011 11:23:00 AM
E. Giovanni Salon in Orlando, Florida
Read more

Enter the 2012 Salon Today 200

Updated: 08/08/2011 3:06:00 PM
The competition that was built on salon growth now stretches beyond it to examine all the best management practices that contribute to salon success. This year’s application includes 11 different competition categories.
Read more

Musical Moves: How to Build the Perfect Sound for Your Space

By Stacey Soble | Updated: 06/27/2011 1:06:00 AM
Michael Smith knows music. He started his career as a DJ, performing with artists such as Rihanna, The Killers and Kanye West at events ranging from the Oscars to the Olympics to South by Southwest. That's not to mention his gigs at luxury events for top brands like Chanel and Vanity Fair. Five years ago, he took his skills of musical selection in a different direction with The Playlist Generation, curating the background tracks for elite clients around the world. (Think The Standard Hotels, Intermix, the Salvatore Ferragamo runway and even coordinated test drives for Jaguar.)
Read more

Salon Design Insights: Trend Watch

Updated: 06/17/2011 9:01:51 AM
Get a jumpstart on your next design project with trend insight from the beauty industry's top experts.
Read more

Salons of the Year 2011 Introduction and Judging Process

Updated: 06/07/2011 10:34:23 AM
It's a year when winning salons are beautiful in their simplicity. But look closer - behind that clean decor are the industry's newest businesses finely honed for efficiency, productivity and customer experience.
Read more

Sneak Peek! Salons of the Year, Grand Prize Winner

Updated: 05/26/2011 2:00:00 PM
OWNER BRYAN NUNES frequently tells his staff that space is Blo’s most valuable team member, and this was his guiding design principle when it came to doubling the Raleigh, North Carolina, salon’s square footage in its latest expansion. “I am a hairdresser deep down, and I firmly believe in creating a space that is conducive to a creative, stimulating, clean and ergonomically responsible work environment, which ultimately will lead to happy designers and lower turnover.”
Read more