We are so pleased to be able to share a fun collaborative project we got to work on with Noelle Weatherwax of Concrete Rose. 

Noelle approached us as she was looking for design advice while opening up her new salon. Her style is quite distinct so putting that into a design was a fun challenge. 

Here are a few snapshots of the renderings we produced for her: 

And here are some photos of the salon: 

The black painted fixtures against the black walls allow the product and art to pop. 

Keeping the stations simple and beautiful were key to creating an environment that felt intentional and comfortable. 

The circular fixtures throughout gives the space a retro modern feel. 

The waiting area consists of 2 great vintage finds and some beautiful gold elements that plays off of the salon's glam look. 

The corner station feels intimate and special. 

Every station has a beautiful handmade blow dyer lamp, vintage mirror and fresh flowers which are delivered weekly. 

The washing station stays cohesive with the white subway tiles and black grout. 

Fresh cucumber and lemon infused water in the loveliest frosted pitcher and glasses for every client. 

This neon sign is the first thing you see when you walk into the salon as it sits above the reception desk. 

If you would like to learn more about Concrete Rose and what Noelle is doing to help our community, please check out www.concreterosesalon.com 

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