SALON TOUR: Overmorrow Salon & Spa in Los Angeles, CA

June 4, 2018 | 9:05 AM
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This is our welcoming reception area. I love this space because its clean simplistic and has a luxurious yet urban ambiance.

The atmosphere I wanted to bring is a beautiful marriage of rustic and modern. Our lights hanging above are called “Here comes the sun” and the tile from Houzz chosen by myself brings a European elegance and rustic charm that is carried through the salon and spa.

Salon Name: OVERMORROW Salon & Spa
City/State: Los Angeles, CA
Name of Owner/s: Susie Lee
Year Business Established: 2017
Month/Year of Reopening (if New Location or Renovation): 12.24.17
Salon Style: Rustic Scandinavian
Square Footage: 2,850
Number of Styling Stations: 12
Number of Treatment Rooms: 3
Equipment by: Takara Belmont
Furniture by: Takara Belmont, Oakworks, USM, Bludot, West Elm..etc
Three primary retail lines: Hair Care, Hair Styler, Skin and body Care
Color line, if applicable:
Architect: Dorado Construction and Design and Initial draft by Jungmin Han
Designer: Step mother and I (Susie)
Photographer: AJ Bleyer

"When I started OVERMORROW I had a basic floor plan, and initially intended to hire a interior designer, but the more I spent time in the space I felt like I had to go with what I had in my head and in my heart for what I wanted OVERMORROW to look and feel like.

Inspired by a rustic Scandinavian style and with the help of my Stepmother who I believe has the same taste I do, we both came up with the details from the furniture to the atmosphere. Every detail of OVERMORROW is part of me, I put my whole heart into it and I can genuinely say my team and every single guest who walks in can feel it." - Susie Lee, owner

What is your favorite design feature and why?

#1. My favorite design feature is the front desk area, I feel like it is so welcoming since it is the first thing our guest sees I wanted them to feel welcome and warm like they are at home. We are located in the busy hustle of Downtown LA, as soon as they walk in I want them to devote the luxury of time to themselves.

How does your design match your overall brand and corporate culture? 

#2. I Believe I created an atmosphere based on love and care, I feel it, my staff feels it and we make our guests feel it. We care for the world we live in and what AVEDA represents, it is a pleasure to partner with such an authentic and genuine brand.

How have your staff and clients embraced the design?

#3. Our team is so strong, we share skill, knowledge and passion. I wanted our stylists and therapists to have the best work environment as an investment in them, so that they in return will give it back to the guest. The design couldn't work on it’s own it needs a team that serves from the heart, not only by providing the best possible service but also by connecting with each guests who walks into our home.

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