A Color Bar in a Salon Studio?
We knew we wanted to make Elite special, so we consulted with multiple hair stylists in the Atlanta area. Our goal was to build a boutique suite that would feature amenities that stylists were already use to when they worked in the larger, busier salon setting. So we made sure to build suites that were spacious enough to allow for amenities such as a European wash bowl so the stylists could actually stand behind the clients while washing hair. And we kept hearing about the need for a color bar. Where would stylists mix color if we did not include one? Done.
Elite’s decision to make amenities count.
Creating our salon studios meant that the amenities would really have to mean something. Why include something if it did not live up to our expectations of what a luxury client would expect? Our color bar would be something that the client would admire as soon as they walked through the door. It would include stainless steel that would extend beyond the sink onto the counter tops to create an upscale, polished look. Our colorists could now mix their colors without having to worry about a mess. This color bar has a surface space that gives the stylist room to work without feeling cramped.
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