Excellent salon design creates a unique guest experience, connects your clients with your culture and gives you a marketing point of difference. In a one-of-a-kind SALON TODAY webinar sponsored by Minerva Beauty, two 2021 Salons of the Year honorees and a NAHA award-winning industry legend take you on a tour of their salon spaces and discuss their design choices.
Over the course of a year, Stephen Posta transformed a 170-year-old church into the bright and modern Salon Posta, creating a beauty destination in a vibrant Atlanta neighborhood.
With a Spanish Moss chandelier, reclaimed barn wood walls, and a backbar carved from a 20-foot fallen log, Gabriella Travali DeStefano designed the earthy, boho-chic Gavali Salon in Fairfield, Connecticut.
In 2009, Sam Brocato renovated a space within a historically landmarked Cast Iron District building in Soho, creating a modern, rustic loft space. In 2019, the Sam Brocato Salon refreshed its look for its 50 employees and clientele, and Brocato will discuss the accommodations the salon is makin this summer as pandemic limitations ease.
During the webinar, the three salon owners will field questions from the audience about their own salons, while Minerva Beauty's Jeff Grissler and Megan Ferlito will tackle overall questions about designing a new salon space or renovating an existing salon or spa.
Bring your questions and tap into their designing minds. To register for this free webinar, click here:
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