Earlier this year, of the friends I got to know in esthetics school asked me to design and decorate her facial room. And now it's finally done, and I get to share it with you!
The spa room is located in a local salon suites business, where business owners can rent individual rooms rather than renting stations in a larger salon. It's a neat concept and my friend also has the suite next door for her hair business of over 15 years. (yes, she's a talented lady!)
I posted the design board in June, but here's a reminder for you:
My friend wanted her spa room to feel warm and southwestern, but more Sedona than geometric or Native American-inspired like the trend that's really popular right now.
Because a lot of the esthetics equipment can be pretty expensive, we shopped smart for decor. In fact, the mirror, sconces, chair, pillow, and orange throw were all on clearance! We also hit up IKEA for things like canisters, small bowls for product, and towels.
I had her buy unfinished stock cabinetry which I painted, distressed and lightly glazed.
And now for the sad part: I tested it out, and getting waxed still hurts, no matter how pretty the room. Dang it.