HAIRDRESSER! Baxter Finley, Barber & Shop, Los Angeles

April 17th, 2012 by retail design blog

We see guys trending to tradition, so whether we are talking fashion, or choice of barber, guys are looking for simple and traditional surroundings. The shop is NOT a lounge, or place to get spa services. We want to keep it simple and build a reputation for excellence in barbering and service.

The aesthetic is certainly masculine … and the elements used were specifically chosen to create a traditional look, but also to blend textures (such as fine leather, and porcelain chairs + rough cut reclaimed Douglas fir flooring) allowing the space to be usable and comfortable.













http://baxterfinley.typepad.com/baxter_finley/2010/04/baxter-of-california-introduces-baxter-finely-barber-shop.html

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