From chairs to styling stations, bringing in furniture and equipment to a new salon design can be thrilling but also a bit daunting. Here, a few designers from some of the industry's top manufacturers share some shopping tips.
This rustic styling station is designed to accommodate two stylists working at the same time. Each side of the station features an upper storage unit, two utility drawers, a slide-out tool panel and an extra lower drawer.
Step into the 1920s with this speakeasy-inspired salon. As clients arrive at Totalee on the Alley, a valet greets them and directs them to a semi-hidden steel door. What's on the other side, a luxurious and exclusive vibe, has earned Totalee a Salons of Distinction honor in the 2019 Salons of the Year.
The gray-marbled, high-shine concrete flooring that are balanced with the masculine touch of black took boxes give Salon Ludic an eclectic feel. A high-top table where clients can relax and recharge their phones serves as a centerpiece in the salon, which has earned a Salons of Distinction honor in the 2019 Salons of the Year.
The floor-to-ceiling windows and maple finish of the white counter tops gives Salon Cosabella an inviting yet upscale look that has earned it a Salons of Distinction Honor in the 2019 Salons of the Year.
With a color bar that keeps the flow going to a barber area that allows tailored experiences, The Parlor House offers a modern and luxurious vibe. The sleek design has earned The Parlor House a Salons of Distinction honor in the 2019 Salons of the Year.