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SOTY 2014: Tricho Salon & Spa

Stacey Soble | May 26, 2014 | 9:16 PM
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Tricho Salon & Spa

Ann Arbor, MI

Owners: Michael Stein and Lynn McMullin

Established:  October 2014

Salon style: Modern, Chic, Upscale

Square footage:  6,250

Stations:  37

Treatment Rooms:  4

Equipment:  Belvedere, Takara Belmont, Pibbs

Furniture: Zuckero & Sons

Total design investment: $950,000

Retail: Kerastase, Bumble, MoroccanOil

Color line: Goldwell

Design by: Leslie McGwire & Associates

Architects:  M.P. Vanloon Architects, Inc.

Photography: John Sobczak, Lorien Studios

Owners’ Comments:

“The 18-foot barn wood processing table with ghost chairs is another special design feature. It is simple in form and function, with an element of surprise and impact. It’s an area where clients can relax, read and enjoy community with others.”

Judges’ Comments:

“Great idea, using the processing table as a communal table where clients can interact with one another.”—Patrascu

“I love how the round retail area forces the client to flow through into the front desk.”—Grissler

“The beautiful neutral color palette and classically simple furnishings are key to the luxury spa ambiance.  The three pod reception desk and brushed metal walls create a beautifully professional entre to the salon.”--Hillenmeyer

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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