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Salon of Distinction: Genesis Salon Avenue

by ST Staff | July 10, 2011
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Lawrenceville, Georgia

salon124.com

Owner: Brian Perdue

Salon style: Creative energy

Square footage: 1,800

Styling stations: 14

Equipment: Takara Belmont

Furniture: Takara Belmont

Total design investment: $140,000

Top retail lines: Redken, Nioxin, Pureology

Design: Wendy Hamilton, Green Envy Designs

Judges comments:

“I love the chandeliers over the shampoo bowls—very unique!”

—Nelson

“Cool lighting and wall treatment in the wash station—I love the yellow and blue!”

—Locker

“The lighting system separates this space from other salons very nicely.”

—Sansevero and Cronk

“One of our favorite features is the use of wall soffits on the cutting floor. This space has 17 ft. ceilings, so my intention was to bring down the visual height of the space and make it more intimate. Because I kept the color story of the cutting floor a monochromatic mix of white, grays and neutrals, the gradiated orange and turquoise glass gives visual interest to the walls and reinforces the colors used throughout the rest of the space.”

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