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SOTY 2014: Misbehaven Spa & Salon

Stacey Soble | May 26, 2014 | 2:43 PM
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Misbehaven Spa & Salon
Walla Walla, WA

Owner: Jeanese LeFore
Established: 2005
Remodeled and Reopened: November 2013
Salon style: Modern, Industrial, Reclaimed
Square footage: 7,800
Stations: 16
Treatment Rooms: 7
Equipment: Salon Smart
Furniture: Jeff Moeller Construction/Christy Bloom
Total design investment: $1,805,000
Retail: Redken, Pureology, Sam Villa
Color line: Redken
Design by: Christy Bloom - Tallie Marie Designs
Architects: Jeff Moeller Construction
Photography: Kimberly Ink

Owner’s Comment:

“We made our new home in a historic, 110-year old building that once was the home of a high-class livery, feed and sale stable for government specialty horses and garaged buggies. We went through drastic changes to help restore the building to its origins while turning it into a full-functioning salon and spa.”

Judges' Comments:

“The exposed brick and flooring make you feel warm and cozy for a vast space.”Grissler

“The mixture of old and new delivers a great brand message.”Crisafulli

“Placing the reception area in the center of the salon creates a living room-like feel while making the people waiting feel connected to the activity in the salon.”—Patrascu

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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