Salon of the Year

Salon of Distinction: Luxe A Boutique Salon

July 10, 2011 | 5:28 PM
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Lakeway, Texas


Owner: Nina Grossman

Salon style: Upscale boutique, classic modern, chic

Square footage: 1,300

Styling stations: 7

Treatment rooms: 1

Equipment: Interstate Design Industries

Furniture: Interstate Design Industries

Total design investment: $91,000

Top retail lines: Pureology, Davines, Aquage

Design: PPDS, Inc./Rovert Stephen Homes

Architect: PPDS, Inc./Larry Lindsey Engineers

Judges comments:

“Exposed brick walls and added detail on the ceiling give this salon character.”


“Beautiful space! The color combination is unique. I love how they pulled colors from the blonde bricks, then incorporated blue as an accent color.”


“Very girly and warm. I would feel completely at home here!”


“The brick wall in the salon is reclaimed old Chicago brick and it exudes character and warmth for the entire space. The salon lighting coordinates but is different from the chandelier in the processing area. And, the ceiling is another fantastic element which is always a conversation starter with clients when their hair is shampooed.”

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