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Minerva’s Exodus Double-Sided Styling Station

June 1, 2018 | 9:34 AM
Minerva’s Exodus Double-Sided Styling Station
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SHOPPING TIP: “The look of your salon and the stations you choose distinguish what your salon is trying to say. Are you a hip salon in a downtown area? Is your salon in the country and the clients you attract would feel out of place going to a place with a New York city vibe? Is your salon in a very glitzy hotel that needs to give off a European look and feel? Are you building a salon in a family community and want to attract men as well as women? All of these things come into play when choosing your styling stations." —Jeff Grissler, Minerva creative director of public relations
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Minerva’s Exodus Double-Sided Styling Station in distressed wood features clean, modern lines, and it is double-sided to support two stylists. Its features include two full-length mirrors, two pull-out work trays, six drawers, two concealed cabinets and built-in appliance holders.

This station can accept four accessory outlets in each of the slide-out appliance drawers, and it can accept electrical through the center of the station from access points on the top or bottom. The Exodus has hidden wheels on the bottom for easy maneuverability.

The tallest station in the Minerva line, it stands at just over 6 1/2 feet tall.

Check out all of our favorite new products and shopping tips for your salon space in Salon Today’s 2018 Décor Inspiration Guide.

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