Salon of the Year

2019 Salons of the Year: Annastasia Salon

Stacey Soble | May 2, 2019 | 8:00 PM
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Portland, Oregon
Owners: Luke Huffstutter, Caitlin Angus and Toni Carlson
Salon style: Modern, minimalist, elegant
Square footage: 3,200
Stations: 29
Equipment: Minerva
Furniture: Custom
Total Design Investment: $420,000
Retail lines: L’Oréal Professionnel, Kerastase, Redken
Color line: L’Oréal Professionnel
Design by: Tess Millard, Millard Kwan Design
Architects: Tess Millard, Millard Kwan Design
Photographer: May Gunsul

“Our simple front-desk podiums blend seamlessly with our open retail areas, while encouraging a connection between our guests and front-desk staff. Exposed beams give a farmhouse-like quality to the space and chic white stations preserve an urban vibe. On the way to the loft, a private shampoo room allows guests to relax during conditioning treatments and scalp massages. With our renovation, we went from having 19 to 29 stations in the same square footage—this has significantly increased our productivity.”

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