Hairdressing salon interior - Viskas apie interjerą
2015 April 20

Hairdressing salon interior is no less important than the masters that are working there even though there are people who have the opposite opinion. Most likely it depends on a customer – whether he is focused only on a result or also on the environment because. In my opinion, whatever good masters would work there I don’t think that it would be nice to sit on the old chair and see the walls out of which the plaster is flowing.

It would be the best way to make up a topic or a style in accordance with which the hairdresser’s interior will be created and combine everything with each other after the same stylistics: visit cards and outside signboard. Of course, the best advertisement is a word of mouth, at least at our times a nice environment gives a fatty plus while choosing one or another service.

Some industrial style examples. Exclusive massive mirrors are used in both of them.

retaildesignstory.wordpress.commassive mirrors

A very contemporary waiting zone in the middle of a room.

retaildesignstory.wordpress.comindustrial hairdresser's interior

interioresminimalistas.commirrors for hairdressing salon

It appears that there is a LED illumination next to the mirrors which changes a color and to the blue one.

interioresminimalistas.commirrors lighting pink

pinterest.comhairdressing salon interior

I don’t imagine very well how one could not to shed those bottles…

dezeen.comwhite interior

Some register examples. The trees look rather cozy, in the second photo – home form mirrors and in the third one – a play of textures and proportion.

ideasgn.comtrees in public space

archdaily.combeauty salon shelves

luxedb.comhairdressing register

The idea where to keep magazines for the customers who are waiting.

pinterest.compublic interior

This interior looks rather modern, however, is it indeed very practical?...chairs seem to be uncomfortable and those ‘booths’ disturb for a hairdresser to see.

keftan.wordpress.comhairdressing salon

I really like this interior – it looks modern as well as quite cozy. The space is divided in a very interesting way: wood and the part of walls are wooden, the part that is left – white and the ceiling is grey.

egueyseta.commodern hairdresser's

Even if I did not know it I would say that it is the work of Japanese – rather tidy and minimalistic with the plant motifs.

decobizz.comhanging plants

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Evelina

My name is Evelina Aleliūnienė. I'm founder of this blog and interior designer. Writing this blog helps me while doing this kind of job and is a great bundle of beautiful ideas for you!

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