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SOTY 2014: POPPY Salon

Stacey Soble | May 26, 2014 | 3:26 PM
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Waite Park, Minnesota

Owners: Jackie Hyndman, Nicolle Kruger, Alex Hyndman

Established: January  2013

Salon style: Rustic, Industrial, Chic

Square footage: 2,050

Stations: 8

Treatment Rooms: 2

Equipment: Custom

Furniture: Mike Brenny, Brenny Custom Cabinets

Total design investment: $70,000

Retail: Unite

Color line: Rusk

Design by: Sarah Victor, R.Preisser Construction, Inc. &  Stacy Evazich, Reprise Design, Inc., Bev Hyndman

Architects: Stacy Evazich, Reprise Design, Inc.

Photography: Steve Diamond Elements & Dupree Photoworks

Owners’ Comment:

“We wanted our stations to have a community feel where our stylists and clients can interact more freely in an open environment. We suspended the mirror from the ceiling with metal rods which really gave the feel of openness.”

Judges’ Comments:

“The unique exterior and the salon’s specially designed and installed shampoo beds make the salon one of a kind, while the poppy-themed accents and artwork reinforce the salon’s identity.”—Hillenmeyer

“Inviting space that has a sense of rustic charm with a hint of contemporary dazzle.”—Martin

“The fireplace has a great impact, while creating a cozy, homey atmosphere in the reception area.”Patrascu

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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