Check out Coral Gables’ Newest Salon!

Tanin Group designed and led the build out of a brand new Salon in Coral Gables from a vanilla shell space.

Space was delivered fresh, with a broom finish concrete floor, drywall, and open ceiling. Client wanted to create space for 4 stylists, and a private suite with an industrial, clean look. The space has ~615 sf.

The design was simple, and used the existing bathroom to create a multi-purpose wall alongside it that would create the private room, space for the plumbing for the washbasin, and privacy for the back of house area. This allows for a clean wall on the left side for a repetitive station design.

Salon stations are each equipped with a dedicated quad outlet, decorative sconce, styling chair, mirror from West Elm, set of drawers, and open shelves. They are spaced generously for use.

A polish and stain on the broom finish concrete gives it a finished industrial look. The polish shows the aggregates in the concrete as specs on the floor highlighted by the dark stain. The floor is durable for the foot traffic and use for the salon.

At the entry, we added a neon sign for those that wanted to take pictures with their new haircuts. Two washbasins with a towel cabinet were added to have adequate capacity for clients. We created a cabinet and sink in the back for mixing colors and chemicals for hair. Next to it is a washer/dryer for towels. The client added a SMEG refrigerator for a touch of retro style.

House of Downing is a stylist owned salon experience in Coral Gables. Its owners are skilled in hair styling, cuts, colors, and treatments. You can find them on instagram as @bryanatwork, and @la_studiosalon.

Architect: DesignSpaec

Commercial Realtor: Future Vision Studios

Get in touch!

Book a design consultation or request more information by scheduling a call or showing at the link below.

Published by shaanmiami

Architectural Designer, Realtor, Developer, and Miamian.

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