Salon of the Year

Salons of the Year 2016: Adam Broderick Salon & Spa

Stacey Soble | May 27, 2016 | 11:09 AM
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Adam Broderick Salon & Spa
Ridgefield, Connecticut

Owner: Adam Broderick
Salon style: Modern, comfortable, chic
Square footage: 11,000
Stations: 40
Treatment rooms: 12
Equipment: Takara Belmont, Minardi Color Perfect Lighting
Furniture: Takara Belmont
Total design investment: $1,250,000
Retail lines: Oribe, Kérastase, Adam Broderick Product Collection
Color lines: Wella, Redken, Pravana
Design by: Doyle Coffin Architecture, Sheridan & Co., and Pam Gugliotta of PG Interiors
Architects: Doyle Coffin Architecture
Photography: Dan Lemore

Owner’s comment:
“Our AB Boutique makes a strong, visual impact, drawing the eye to the new client seating where services, such as the popular 5-minute Face and No-Reservation Brow, can be experienced.”

Judges’ comments:
 “The use of bold color and refined neutrals is spot on. Each service area is hip, modern and very chic.” —Gallagher

“The different zones compartmentalize the salon, giving the client a focus within a large space.” —Redman

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