Monday, December 3, 2012

The Red Door Salon Part 2

Welcome to The Red Door Salon!

This sign was constructed by two old reclaimed post and then stained with a deck sealing stain to protect from the weather.
Here is an old piece of cedar that I repurposed. Tutorial to come later! I love that it looks like an old country store sign on my porch!
The stations are made from exterior doors that were pulled from a house that was about to be bulldozed. What a find, huh?!? There are shelves built in behind the doors for additional storage. I deplore clutter and wanted to be able to hide all of my salon products. These guys are so great that I want to do a post just on them!! 

The wall color is Rainwashed by Sherwin Williams.

Check out the tin ceiling! I chose this material because of the reflecting qualities. It is so important to have good lighting in a salon! Plus, I love the rustic feel that it brings to the space!

The round mirrors are from Hobby Lobby. The green set was a yard sale find that I recovered and painted. I get the most compliments on those. 
I painted the door myself and have promised many clients on a tutorial to come!

There is nothing superior about this shot and it has been changed a bit since this photo was taken. The room to the left is my color room and the room to the right is a half bath. 

Now that I've given a small tour, I'll be back soon with tutorials on the individual projects. Thank you for taking the time to see this space. I'd love any feedback!

Xoxo, Natalie

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