One of our favourite salon designs to date, Elliott Steele, located in the north-east suburb of Eaglemont, Victoria introduces a timeless style with strong influences from New York. The salon design, incorporating exposed brick with matte black steel and timber elements, is a natural-meets-industrial look that enhances a loft studio feel in the salon space.
Founder and owner, Carly Elliott Steele incorporated her love for design, by injecting style into every detail inspired by a contemporary New York City salon. When you enter the salon, you will understand why they have achieved so much recognition and praise, including runners up in Best Salon Design at the Hair Expo Awards.
The challenge for Carly was starting with a heritage building for the base, as New York-style is usually a bit raw with an open plan.
“I wanted to respect and maintain the beauty of the building. The exposed brick wall was a key element to my design.”
Carly added her own modern look to the salon design with white marble, which makes it look more luxurious and aesthetically pleasing to the eye. The building’s original beauty was preserved, including the brick wall that was left exposed to view.
The salon’s colour palette consists of beige wooden floors, timber bench tops, various marble pieces, white walls, and Comfortel’s black Zara Salon Chair with matte black base. The mixture of colour and building’s heritage feature exposed brick, really embraces the NY loft feel.
Carly chose round salon mirrors with backlighting because they produce a stunning glow which shines off the brick wall. The light from the wall illuminates the bench tops below which are made from beautiful Marri wood. Want the look? See Comfortel’s Circa Round LED Mirror
For a bit of life, greenery has been added all around the salon space to provide a natural experience.