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The salon combines cutting-edge smart home technology with the more than 30 years of experience shared between co-owners Ted Gibson and Jason Backe.

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Minerva’s Exodus Double-Sided Styling Station

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.

The Yume Espoir by Takara Belmont

With full reclining capability, a motorized base and hammock-like comfort, the Yume Espoir makes extended services a breeze, allowing salons to add new services such as scalp spa treatments and hair glazes.

Eufemia Styling Chair from Belvedere

Inspired by classic design, the Eufemia Styling Chair from Belvedere has, among its main perks, versatility. This creates a comfortable space while balancing innovation. The wide color range allows an even stronger personalization of this product so that it can answer all contemporary project needs.

The Privacy Wash Shampoo Station from Gamma and Bross

The Privacy Wash shampoo station from Gamma and Bross comes with divider panels and can be used as a multiple unit, all connected. Each unit has a useful storage area in the back, and the tilting bowl, which comes in black or white, adjusts to the client’s height.

Eurisko’s Double-Sided Color Lab

Eurisko’s Double-Sided Color Lab positions color as the main feature in the salon from any direction. It is both functional and aesthetically attractive, and colorists can operate from both sides.

Buy-Rite’s Maxim Styling Station

Buy-Rite’s Maxim Styling Station is 100% manufactured in the U.S. with the utmost craftsmanship. This free-standing salon styling station ships fully assembled and comes with a 60-inch full-length mirror and sleek, brushed-metal handles.

The 2017 Designer's Shopping Guide: Tips on Remodeling & Salon Furniture Shopping

Whether you’re outfitting a whole new beauty operation or have decided your salon and spa needs a little rejuvenation, design can be fun but also frustrating. To lend a hand, top furniture manufacturers share their latest products and top salon and spa designers offer their best shopping tips.