Burnt orange modern beauty salon interior design. London, UK
Modern interior of a beauty salon - Functionality, practicality and style
Today we take you to London to introduce you to a modern interior of a beauty salon. Elegant stylish look, elements of natural wood, concrete walls and flooring, elegant lighting, designer bespoke furniture. All this intertwined in a cosy atmosphere with the beloved colour of burnt orange.
At Urvission Interiors we focus on individual style and personal touch. That is why each of our interior projects is aimed at the right place and the right people. In the heart of cosmopolitan London, this little jewel is like a separate world. A place to escape from the hectic everyday life for ladies who know what they want. When designing a public modern interior, we take into account not only fashion trends but also other factors such as: location, functionality and style. The atmosphere plays a huge role in the experience to each client. We do not just create interiors, but memorable spaces with character and strict individuality.
Colour accents – Burnt orange, royal blue, light grey.
The interior design of a beauty salon has predominant colour accents. The style is clean and modern with light industrial accents.
We designed several zones and distributed the space in the most functional way. Cosy corner with elegant blue sofa and comfortable pastel pink armchairs. Designed and bespoke, these comfortable furniture have high-quality fabric, specially selected for public spaces. The backrests are made of solid wood in a natural light beige colour. The carpet in this beauty salon grabs attention at first sight. The warm orange colour seems to caress the eye and elegantly invites you to relax in a cosy atmosphere. The two round glass tables placed on both sides of the sofa give lightness and elegance. The rectangular table occupies a central place in this area. It combines concrete and glass, making it an integral part of the interior.
Modern interior with industrial accents.
When designing public spaces, we pay special attention to the materials. The modern interior combines soft and smooth lines with muted colours and contrast. There are no strict rules for combining styles and colours in interior design. It takes a lot of imagination and in-depth knowledge. And in this project for a beauty salon, we combined two styles – modern and industrial.
The floor and walls are in light grey concrete. The large windows and front door are made of black metal and glass. They correspond perfectly with the elegant lighting fixtures that separate the seating area from the area with the hairdressing chairs. The feeling is of lightness and space. The elegant bespoke manicure tables are placed directly in front of the windows for more light. They are made of white painted MDF with glass tops. The ceiling is painted with white matte paint. The long solid wood beams as well as the large paintings create the feeling of a cosy home environment.
The reception is lined with a special metal coating. The elegant, dim lighting gives completeness and style. We slightly move to the door for the back of the room, which is made of the same material and a stylish black handle. The large stand comfortably has all the cosmetic accessories. Made of ferrous metal and solid wood in natural colour. Open shelves provide easy access. The beams on the wall are complementary to those on the ceiling. A massive wooden structure on which we mounted inscriptions with a menu for the services in the beauty salon. This part of the interior with lighting is a discreet lighting that creeps between the wooden beams on the wall.
Art and interior design
We love paintings. They bring life and seem to tell a story. Our story about this interior of a beauty salon is a story about the modern woman. The woman who seeks and finds what she wants. This is a message. We believe in the energy of spaces. And art is a reflection of the world around us. The perfectly selected colours, style and large size of these works of contemporary art are the perfect finish to this author’s interior.