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  • J Byron-H designs minimalist nail bar in Los Angeles American architect J Byron-H has created a decluttered nail salon in Los Angeles with industrial-style surfaces and pops of blue. More Bridget Cogley | 8 August 2017 | 2 comments
  • O’Sullivan Skoufoglou pairs wooden cabinets with peach hues for RÖ Skin shop Cane, travertine and ash wood all feature inside this warm-toned skincare store, built by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects in Lincolnshire, England. More Ali Morris | 20 July 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Visit salons and spas from around the world via our new Pinterest board Our updated Pinterest board showcases a range of salons and spas from around the world, including a Melbourne hair salon with interiors inspired by Ettore Sottsass and a monochrome pop-up by Zaha Hadid Architects. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest › Fiona Hartley | 13 May 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Pastel colours and subtle grids break up open-plan hair salon in Osaka Soft hues and dark framework decorate this compact hair salon in Osaka by Japanese studio Hidenori Tsuboi Architects. More Ali Morris | 1 October 2017 | Leave a comment
  • Studio Puisto creates “neighbourhood sauna” in former industrial building Studio Puisto has designed a sauna complex in Tampere, Finland, to serve as a “communal living room” for the surrounding district. More Ali Morris | 1 October 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Warrior One yoga studio uses textured surfaces to reference the nearby sea Design studio Golden has incorporated a textured sisal ceiling and a muted palette of colours to create a connection to the sea, for Warrior One’s second yoga studio in Melbourne. More Katie de Klee | 5 September 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Customers arranged around one communal table inside Taiwanese hair salon Visitors to this hair salon in Taiwan all sit face-to-face around one long table, which was custom-made by local studio Soar Design. More Emma Tucker | 4 December 2016 | 1 comment
  • Adriana Hanna designs Sottsass-inspired interior for Melbourne hair salon The bold colours and geometric shapes used throughout this hair salon in Melbourne are based on the works of postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass. More Alice Morby | 5 November 2016 | 5 comments
  • Content Architecture furnishes Paloma nail salon in Texas with comfy blue chairs and brass details Customers of this nail salon in Houston are pampered in large blue armchairs raised on platforms, within a bright space that also features ombre wallpaper. More Dan Howarth | 31 December 2017 | 6 comments
  • Sides Core redesigns minimal hair salon to include library Japanese studio Sides Core has created a space inside a hair salon for the owner’s books, art and music (+ slideshow). More Alice Morby | 10 September 2016 | Leave a comment
  • Soho salon by Jak Studio gathers patrons around a fire pit Jak Studio has designed a hair salon in London’s Soho, where customers get their hair cut and coloured while seated at giant jewellery boxes arranged around an open fire. More India Block | 13 November 2017 | 3 comments
  • Sam Jacob designs Peckham hair salon where clients look at artwork instead of themselves Architect Sam Jacob has overhauled a hairdressers-cum-gallery in southeast London, so now customers stare at artworks rather than their reflections while they get a trim. More Jessica Mairs | 8 February 2017 | 5 comments
  • Ivy Studio uses simple furnishings to create a “barbershop unlike all others” in Montreal A dark green marble counter and a grid of tiny circular shelves are among the minimal details chosen by Ivy Studio for the Crisp barbershop in Montreal. More Eleanor Gibson | 30 April 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Turquoise paintwork and wire-frame furniture enliven Bangkok spa by Space Popular Sections of bright turquoise paintwork and matching furniture offset the otherwise white-washed treatment rooms of this Bangkok spa, designed by local architecture studio Space Popular. More Jessica Mairs | 26 January 2017 | 1 comment
  • Corrugated metal bar runs through Juice cafe-cum-barbershop in Toronto This black and white space in Toronto by local firm StudioAC offers coffee in the front and haircuts in the back. More Bridget Cogley | 11 November 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Darkened wood and concrete form moody interiors of Chaps & Co barbershop in Dubai Nicholas Szczepaniak Architects has combined smoked timber joinery, huge sheets of steel and raw concrete to create the brooding interiors of this men’s spa and barbershop in Dubai. More Natasha Levy | 10 October 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Abraham Cota Paredes creates stark white interior for hair salon in Mexico Mexican architect Abraham Cota Paredes has given this hair salon in Guadalajara a minimal makeover, hiding beauty products and accessories in the all-white space. More Bridget Cogley | 15 January 2018 | 3 comments
  • Richard Bell Architecture creates minimalist spa beneath London home Monolithic white blocks and handmade bricks feature inside London Spa, which Richard Bell Architecture has constructed under a home in the west of the city. More Natasha Levy | 22 November 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Pink pillar draws focus at Hideout beauty salon by Ménard Dworkind A sculptural pink column forms shelves for nail polishes in this Montreal beauty salon designed by local studio Ménard Dworkind, which also features hacked pink armchairs and IKEA sinks as foot baths. More Eleanor Gibson | 3 December 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Yoko Kitahara spa blends Japanese and Arabic designs in Jaffa An Ottoman-era home in Jaffa has been refurbished as a spa, where Japanese elements sit alongside original Arabic details like arched ceilings and stone walls. More Bridget Cogley | 29 October 2018 | Leave a comment

Examples include a minimal salon in Osaka with space for just one customer, a hairdresser’s divided with plants and mirrored screens, and a beautician’s featuring crimped screens and golden curtains. See more Japanese hair salons »

Oak boards cover the chamfered entrance to this hair and beauty salon in Osaka, renovated by Okuwada Architects Office to look like a cave (+ slideshow). More

Architect Sam Jacob has overhauled a hairdressers-cum-gallery in southeast London, so now customers stare at artworks rather than their reflections while they get a trim. More

There is room for just one customer at a time in this minimally furnished Osaka hair salon, which Japanese studio Sides Core claims was inspired by the principles of mountain climbing (+ slideshow). More

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Sections of bright turquoise paintwork and matching furniture offset the otherwise white-washed treatment rooms of this Bangkok spa, designed by local architecture studio Space Popular. More

Our updated Pinterest board showcases a range of salons and spas from around the world, including a Melbourne hair salon with interiors inspired by Ettore Sottsass and a monochrome pop-up by Zaha Hadid Architects. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest ›

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Sheets of plywood were layered on top of each other to create the ceiling of this Parisian salon, which local architect Joshua Florquin designed to represent sunny forests and natural environments (+ slideshow). More

Nicholas Szczepaniak Architects has combined smoked timber joinery, huge sheets of steel and raw concrete to create the brooding interiors of this men’s spa and barbershop in Dubai. More

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Your salon is an extension of you! Let your clients experience your unmistakable brand and style the moment they walk through your door. For 20 plus years, we’ve designed salon interiors and created furniture and fixtures for some of the most distinctive salons in the country. Our salon design work includes Mitch Men’s Salon, the 2013 NAHA Salon Design of the Year and Salon Evidence, the 2013 NAHA Salon Design of the Year Finalist, Your salon interior will become a haven for your guests, a source of pride for you and your employees, and will empower you to do extraordinary business. Every aspect of your salon design is custom and the furniture & fixtures are manufactured in our Vineyard, Utah facilities. In addition to the award-winning salons we have also designed, branded, manufactured and installed the furniture and fixtures for all of the 100+ Paul Mitchell Schools for cosmetology throughout the United States and Europe.

Monolithic white blocks and handmade bricks feature inside London Spa, which Richard Bell Architecture has constructed under a home in the west of the city. More

We offer white-glove installation services for everything we build. Sit back and watch us make it happen. We’ll coordinate with shipping companies and contractors to ensure your space comes together without a hitch. This allows you to have the craftsmen who built your furniture and fixtures install it the way it was meant to be installed. View Completed Salons

Wülser Bechtel Architekten has completed a male hair groomers in Zurich featuring a pair of sculptural mirrors and a floor that reveals traces of the building’s history (+ slideshow). More

Soft hues and dark framework decorate this compact hair salon in Osaka by Japanese studio Hidenori Tsuboi Architects. More

This black and white space in Toronto by local firm StudioAC offers coffee in the front and haircuts in the back. More

Visitors to this hair salon in Taiwan all sit face-to-face around one long table, which was custom-made by local studio Soar Design. More

Customers of this nail salon in Houston are pampered in large blue armchairs raised on platforms, within a bright space that also features ombre wallpaper. More

A dark green marble counter and a grid of tiny circular shelves are among the minimal details chosen by Ivy Studio for the Crisp barbershop in Montreal. More

Jak Studio has designed a hair salon in London’s Soho, where customers get their hair cut and coloured while seated at giant jewellery boxes arranged around an open fire. More

Following the popularity of a minimally designed hair salon in Japan, we’ve collected together the best examples of barber shops, beauty parlours and spas from the pages of Dezeen and added them to a new Pinterest board.

A sculptural pink column forms shelves for nail polishes in this Montreal beauty salon designed by local studio Ménard Dworkind, which also features hacked pink armchairs and IKEA sinks as foot baths. More

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Just need salon furniture? Head to our online store and shop our collections of hand-crafted salon furniture and fixtures.

The couple that occupy this combined home and workspace in Tokyo each have their own domain – downstairs is a salon for a hairdresser, while upstairs contains a workspace for a writer (+ slideshow). More

We have 23 years of manufacturing experience and the facilities and tooling to transform your salon design from virtual to reality. We will custom design and build every component in your salon. Our highly skilled craftsmen will bring your vision to life. Learn More

Japanese houses are a perennial favourite with Dezeen readers, but the country’s architects also apply similar design principles to hair salon interiors.

This small hair salon in Osaka features a series of ceiling hooks that allow the owner to rearrange the mirrors and shelves that help define the space (+ slideshow). More

Every square foot of your salon holds value. We will maximize the function and profitability of your investment. Proper space planning is the structure and template for great salon design. It is essential that your entire salon be planned, designed and dialed in for maximum efficiency and beauty.  Let’s Discuss Your Project

An Ottoman-era home in Jaffa has been refurbished as a spa, where Japanese elements sit alongside original Arabic details like arched ceilings and stone walls. More

Studio Puisto has designed a sauna complex in Tampere, Finland, to serve as a “communal living room” for the surrounding district. More

The bold colours and geometric shapes used throughout this hair salon in Melbourne are based on the works of postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass. More

We design and detail all facets of a salon interior from reception and retail to cutting, color and shampoo area. We also specialize in lighting design and architectural elements which are key components in the most impactful designs. These, combined with our inspiring materials and finishes, allow us to create a unique space and distinctive brand custom-designed just for you. Learn more

Design studio Golden has incorporated a textured sisal ceiling and a muted palette of colours to create a connection to the sea, for Warrior One’s second yoga studio in Melbourne. More

American architect J Byron-H has created a decluttered nail salon in Los Angeles with industrial-style surfaces and pops of blue. More

Salon Rendering

  • Adriana Hanna designs Sottsass-inspired interior for Melbourne hair salon The bold colours and geometric shapes used throughout this hair salon in Melbourne are based on the works of postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass. More Alice Morby | 5 November 2016 | 5 comments
  • Mirrors hang from cables in Japanese hair salon by Sides Core This small hair salon in Osaka features a series of ceiling hooks that allow the owner to rearrange the mirrors and shelves that help define the space (+ slideshow). More Anna Winston | 28 April 2015 | 3 comments
  • Pastel colours and subtle grids break up open-plan hair salon in Osaka Soft hues and dark framework decorate this compact hair salon in Osaka by Japanese studio Hidenori Tsuboi Architects. More Ali Morris | 1 October 2017 | Leave a comment
  • New Pinterest board: salons and spas Following the popularity of a minimally designed hair salon in Japan, we’ve collected together the best examples of barber shops, beauty parlours and spas from the pages of Dezeen and added them to a new Pinterest board. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest | See more salons and spas Ross Bryant | 3 May 2015 | Leave a comment
  • Sam Jacob designs Peckham hair salon where clients look at artwork instead of themselves Architect Sam Jacob has overhauled a hairdressers-cum-gallery in southeast London, so now customers stare at artworks rather than their reflections while they get a trim. More Jessica Mairs | 8 February 2017 | 5 comments
  • Raum404 creates freestanding mirrors and furniture for Zurich hair salon Steel sections form triangular frames for mirrors and matching furniture at a minimal hairdressers in Zurich by local studio Raum404 (+ slideshow). More Dan Howarth | 28 July 2015 | 1 comment
  • Joshua Florquin adds hexagonal-patterned ceiling to Paris hair salon Sheets of plywood were layered on top of each other to create the ceiling of this Parisian salon, which local architect Joshua Florquin designed to represent sunny forests and natural environments (+ slideshow). More Alice Morby | 31 January 2016 | Leave a comment
  • Soho salon by Jak Studio gathers patrons around a fire pit Jak Studio has designed a hair salon in London’s Soho, where customers get their hair cut and coloured while seated at giant jewellery boxes arranged around an open fire. More India Block | 13 November 2017 | 3 comments
  • Corrugated metal bar runs through Juice cafe-cum-barbershop in Toronto This black and white space in Toronto by local firm StudioAC offers coffee in the front and haircuts in the back. More Bridget Cogley | 11 November 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Ivy Studio uses simple furnishings to create a “barbershop unlike all others” in Montreal A dark green marble counter and a grid of tiny circular shelves are among the minimal details chosen by Ivy Studio for the Crisp barbershop in Montreal. More Eleanor Gibson | 30 April 2018 | Leave a comment
  • Minimal hair salon by Sides Core accommodates just one customer at a time There is room for just one customer at a time in this minimally furnished Osaka hair salon, which Japanese studio Sides Core claims was inspired by the principles of mountain climbing (+ slideshow). More Alice Morby | 17 November 2015 | 1 comment
  • Customers arranged around one communal table inside Taiwanese hair salon Visitors to this hair salon in Taiwan all sit face-to-face around one long table, which was custom-made by local studio Soar Design. More Emma Tucker | 4 December 2016 | 1 comment
  • J Byron-H designs minimalist nail bar in Los Angeles American architect J Byron-H has created a decluttered nail salon in Los Angeles with industrial-style surfaces and pops of blue. More Bridget Cogley | 8 August 2017 | 2 comments
  • Abraham Cota Paredes creates stark white interior for hair salon in Mexico Mexican architect Abraham Cota Paredes has given this hair salon in Guadalajara a minimal makeover, hiding beauty products and accessories in the all-white space. More Bridget Cogley | 15 January 2018 | 3 comments
  • Sculptural mirrors frame spaces in Zurich barbershop by Wülser Bechtel Architekten Wülser Bechtel Architekten has completed a male hair groomers in Zurich featuring a pair of sculptural mirrors and a floor that reveals traces of the building’s history (+ slideshow). More Alice Morby | 23 December 2015 | Leave a comment
  • Wooden house by Suzuki Architects also contains a hair salon and a writing studio The couple that occupy this combined home and workspace in Tokyo each have their own domain – downstairs is a salon for a hairdresser, while upstairs contains a workspace for a writer (+ slideshow). More Amy Frearson | 2 October 2015 | 2 comments
  • Okuwada gives Mook salon in Osaka an oak-panelled makeover Oak boards cover the chamfered entrance to this hair and beauty salon in Osaka, renovated by Okuwada Architects Office to look like a cave (+ slideshow). More Dan Howarth | 3 September 2015 | 1 comment
  • Sides Core redesigns minimal hair salon to include library Japanese studio Sides Core has created a space inside a hair salon for the owner’s books, art and music (+ slideshow). More Alice Morby | 10 September 2016 | Leave a comment
  • Today we like: Japanese hair salons Japanese houses are a perennial favourite with Dezeen readers, but the country’s architects also apply similar design principles to hair salon interiors. Examples include a minimal salon in Osaka with space for just one customer, a hairdresser’s divided with plants and mirrored screens, and a beautician’s featuring crimped screens and golden curtains. See more Japanese hair salons » Dan Howarth | 21 November 2015 | Leave a comment
  • Content Architecture furnishes Paloma nail salon in Texas with comfy blue chairs and brass details Customers of this nail salon in Houston are pampered in large blue armchairs raised on platforms, within a bright space that also features ombre wallpaper. More Dan Howarth | 31 December 2017 | 6 comments

Steel sections form triangular frames for mirrors and matching furniture at a minimal hairdressers in Zurich by local studio Raum404 (+ slideshow). More

Mexican architect Abraham Cota Paredes has given this hair salon in Guadalajara a minimal makeover, hiding beauty products and accessories in the all-white space. More

Cane, travertine and ash wood all feature inside this warm-toned skincare store, built by O’Sullivan Skoufoglou Architects in Lincolnshire, England. More

Japanese studio Sides Core has created a space inside a hair salon for the owner’s books, art and music (+ slideshow). More



Work with what you already have got to decorate. All of us include items in our ownership , probably packed up inside boxes somewhere and have not given them a 2nd glance. Your house needs many accessories. As opposed to running in order to the store, take a new good look at whatever you already have. Trays, wood , acrylic, metal or silver precious metal can be on leading of luggage racks, teas carts, trunks, bedside furniture and coffee tables intended for extra texture and dimensions . Arrange candles on these people , frames or pile textbooks on top of these people . Plates can be strung to create wonderful wall structure art. Art from kid`s books can be presented and hung in nurseries, children`s rooms or their own bathrooms. You will end up being amazed at your ability with what you previously have!

Slip into anything a tad bit more comfortable!. Slip includes frequently get an awful rap but they are usually truly wonderful things. That they can act as a method of changing your furniture`s look to reflect the particular seasons. These easily taken out coverings improve an advanced look without constantly being concerned about people dirtying or perhaps spilling on your home furniture . Slip covers are perfect for rooms used usually by children. Over the white slip-covered couches provides air of an everyday , comfortable, easy yet complex elegance.

Add a dangling pot holder to your own kitchen. Kitchens are supposed to be warm plus inviting. We spend substantially of our time inside them whether it end up being for preparing meals, providing meals or entertaining. The hanging pot rack is advantageous elegance. Kitchens are intended to feel as although they are in frequent use and a clinging pot rack certainly tends to make one feel this approach . In addition to searching so wonderful, (there are extensive sizes and styles available) additional cupboard space under is currently freed up to be able to store other items. Rarely has anyone complained associated with having too much safe-keeping.

Make use of decorative mirrors to incorporate quick light to your livable space . As seen above, showcases doubles to make some sort of small space feel greater . For larger rooms, or perhaps any room with a new more limited amount associated with natural light, mirrors put directly across from your house windows , will add instant light-weight . Decorative mirrors could also be used throughout lieu of art in order to fill empty wall area . Large or small, showcases add light and sizing to your living area.

Whether or not you`ve just moved and looking for a rapid , little home pick-me-up, or perhaps perhaps something better, generally there are some well-known interior design tricks that designers make use of that you simply too can effortlessly do with minimal hard work and cost. Sometimes typically the smallest things associated with best impact. It could become digging in a looking glass , a painting, a light or even a flower. You want to make softer your walls, brighten a new room, or exercise . warmness to your living area. Check out these clever style as well as observe how they can encourage you!

Live green . Add plants to be able to your living area . Add all of them to every room, tiny or large, few or perhaps many. Plants is surely a low-cost means to accessorizing your own space and adding shade and texture. Not simply are plants beautiful although many can clean family air and balance moisture . They can absorb impurities and remove harmful smells from the air. Not any home should be without having these wonderful greens!

Paint smaller areas in softer, lighter colours to make the room think larger. The living space above is a wonderful sort of how in order to maximize a small livable space . A room of this particular size gets the tendency to be able to seem cramped, however the big windows, light colored wall surfaces and ample utilization of wall mirrors not only reflect the particular natural light pouring inside through the doors and the particular windows nevertheless the use involving mirrors also provides the optic illusion of space, generating the room seem larger than it actually is definitely . Conversely, darker colors will certainly make a room sense smaller. Even with typically the abundance of natural lighting and the strategic holding of the mirrors, this kind of room in a more dark shade may have an additional boxed-in feel with it.

Wicker baskets. Straw-plaited baskets are an inexpensive and elegant method to put storage to any place . Baskets can be employed to store and screen books, architectural and decoration magazines, toys, towels in addition to blankets to name some sort of few. Place a handful of little wicker baskets within the counter-tops in your kitchen to be able to beautifully display and retail outlet your fruit and fresh vegetables.

Change your workout. Mix upward patterns and textures. Mixture up old and innovative , expensive and cheap. There`s nothing wrong with positioning family heirlooms alongside your own modern couch. Great rooms decorators will tell a person that one of the particular most important aspect to be able to decorating your house is that that reflects who you are usually , your personality and your current style. A vintage Chippendale workplace that was your grandfather`s tells a story. This tells the story regarding your past. The modern day couch you became adoringly obsessed with and basically had to purchase furthermore tells a story, your existing story, and there will be no good reason that the found and past can`t co-exist beautifully together. Exactly the same could be said for skill. You now might not would like to place an artwork by Salvador Dali on a single wall next to some sort of Monet, but there`s zero reason why they cannot become in the same place together. With fabrics whether or not it be furniture, mats or pillows, varied colours and patterns may bring heat and texture with your lifestyle space.

Color or wallpaper your bookcases. This instant pop associated with color will brighten in addition to re-energize any room! Really amazing how something therefore simple as a cover of colorful paint can easily instantly energize and change your space. This integrated bookcase would be very simple and ordinary with no shiny blue interior. Possibly the easiest and most inexpensive solution to transform a boring place is usually to apply a cover of paint somewhere unpredicted . Bookcases are an best place to start since you don`t need to color a large area. Some other fun places to include a new pop of color contain painting fireplace mantels, the particular insides of closets, hallways and ceilings.

Employ area rugs to become softer hardwood floors. Throw carpets give warmth and can easily add great texture, shade and personality to your current living space. Hardwood flooring surfaces are beautiful and quick to take care of but they be lacking the comfort that carpeted floors offer, particularly within the cooler months. Location rugs can also include fun and functionality in order to your liveable space . Use many of varying patterns plus fabrics together to show off your character. Or include several rugs of the particular identical pattern and material , or different textures although the same color. Typically the possibilities are endless. A person can change your region rugs to reflect typically the seasons using warmer hues and fabrics for much cooler months and lighter kinds for the warmer periods of the year. Generally there are many lovely 100 % cotton , washable area rugs which often are perfect for those residences with children. There actually is no reason precisely why a property with young kids cannot end up being a trendy one.

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