Whether you are just pondering a salon layout change or you are in the middle of a salon renovation, we hope this article will help guide your direction. A salon layout that accommodates its guests and stylists will help business boom while keeping employees and clients happy.
Depending on the size and complexity of your beauty business, you may want to design your space for different zones for salon, spa, nails and/or barbershop. Belvedere Maletti's Luca Fonte shows you how.
A well-executed beauty salon or spa interior design can communicate and reinforce your brand message and pave the way for a more enjoyable business experience. Here are five trends and the images that illustrate how they come to life in a salon space.
Dynamic design in the salon not only encourages guests to think and feel, it can also cause them to act--by picking up their phone and taking a selfie that ends up promoting the salon. Valerie Putman, director of design at Michele Pelafas, Inc., explains how.
If you are taking your beauty business into a salon suite or small studio, here are some suggestions for salon furniture that will help you maximize your square footage and supplies that will help you operate smoothly.
Bathroom design may not seem like a big deal, but it can certainly elevate the client experience. At Levato Salon in Hinsdale, IL, the chic restroom respite surprises and delights guests on their hair journey.
While most salon owners design their spaces with their clients in mind, it's vital that the wellbeing and health of the stylist is a strong consideration. Smart Step's Daniel Bouzide offers an idea for refreshing the look of your salon and making your team happy at the same time.
From air quality to repetitive stress injuries, Blair Hopper shares tips for designing a salon that protects the health and wellness of both team members and clients, in our first installment of Designing Minds.