Spitzenclub hairdresser by Kirsten Heiser & Thomas Schnabel, Berlin

September 14th, 2012 by retail design blog

We get the order to design a 70m2 old shop into a fancy, modern & cozy hairdresser shop in Berlin. The shop is located in the heart of Schöneberg. We decided to have 6 working stations and 2 wash stations so the two owner Kathrin and Birgit are able to work in a good and functional atmosphere.

The color theme is inspired from the 50 century with soft colors like babyblue, mint, pink, light grey, vanilla. The main materials are leather, brass, black brown wood with golden accent. The ceiling lamps, the waiting area and the front desk furnishing comes original from second hand. Actually the front desk are a original 50 century bar solution. The mirrors are self-made with indirect warm working lighting. The window front comes with bubbles to create a good outside visual impact.

Conceptual design by Kirsten Heiser & Thomas Schnabel Berlin & Amsterdam
Photos by Heiko Adrian Berlin

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