Natural Wood Integrated in a Beauty Salon

Cozy atmosphere

Every little piece and detail is intentionally integrated to generate that serene and welcoming atmosphere that becomes the starting point of a sober stage box where the curved line, the noble materials, the warm color range, and the lighting put the client as the main protagonist. of the scene.


Iroko natural wood is also integrated into the most used furniture in the living room: the vanity tops with their pertinent round mirrors are thick pieces of wood, some anchored to the wall in the shape of a semicircle and others turning into incredible round tables with a metal base. To adapt them to the hairdressing trade, the Elia brand has added supports for hairdryers and the corresponding plugs to each of them to be able to use all the tools.

Waiting area

For the clients’ waiting area, Elia has designed a coffee table that stands out for its irregular shapes and its three black iron rods as support. Like the rest of the pieces designed exclusively and made to measure for this project, it’s very marked veins and intense brown color contrast perfectly with the sides close to the bark of the trunk, of a light vanilla color, playing again with the tones that dress the whole room and that characterize it so much.


Tags: beauty salon decor, decor, decorations, design, interior design, natural wood, wood, wooden crafts

Author: Renata Kralevska


A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.


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