A Hair Salon Like No Other

Tacky posters with hairdos you wouldn't wish your worst enemy, wannabe "trendy" light fixtures and a practical, cold, floor to easily sweep the hair. Yes, hair salon interiors are a quirky thing. That's why The I Love Belgium team fell in love with the revamped Xantippe hair salon interior in Bruges.

This interior, created by interior designer Lieven Musschoot, infuses a crisp white space with layers of geologically inspired elements. The loft-like space is bathing in light, creating an instant Zen-feeling. A feeling also created through the perfect balance  between the white room, which is a work area, and at the golden room, which is the lounge and reception.

Material-wise, Lieven used sandstone throughout the 300-sq-m space with a focal point in the white and black stone wall. The white epoxy floor is speckled with shredded paper and dark oak parquet. Custom-made LED lights by Tronixx Belgium keep the space bright.

Yes, this space works well! The little patio showcases a work of art and the design furniture are instant-classics. Who wants more during a hair cut? The I Love Belgium team also thanks Cafeine for the great photography!

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