Beauty salon by InArch, Vilnius – Lithuania

December 7th, 2015 by retail design blog

Interior vision was to achieve the fresh modern look with classical flair. The former beauty salon was remodeled by eliminating most of the walls. Workspace mainly takes place along the walls and one double-sided mirror are in the middle of the salon – it like the axis of a whole salon. Furniture – classic black-framed mirrors hides shelves behind them, so barbers does not need additional tables to keep their tools.

Walls behind workspaces are covered in white brushed oak herringbone parquet. This parquet as well as moldings around the ceiling and plaster rosettes in different sizes and shades together creates hint of a traditional style, but combined with polished concrete floor, copper industrial lights ant black spotlights makes whole salon more of the eclectic type. Layered Persian rugs and bright blue classic sofa completes the look with coziness.

Designed by InArch





















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