Sustainable Hairdressers, Newington Green N16
A warm, modern and luxurious setting for cutting edge sustainable hair dressing practices.
Combining sustainable hair care with eco-friendly practices, Buller and Rice turned to Lozi to continue this approach throughout their interiors in their first salon in Newington Green, East London. Combining our signature luxury plywood designs with specially sourced cutting edge sustainable materials, Buller and Rice proves that luxury high quality design can also be sustainable and environmentally friendly.
From designing unique one of a kind stand alone pieces to small details that make all the difference to the daily running of a business, Lozi can ensure your premises are perfectly adapted to your business and commercial needs.
Co-founder Anita Rice wanted to keep the design of the salon sympathetic to the original shop, designing the space and colours around an original mosaic floor in the entrance.
For the stations upstairs, Lozi combined sustainable plywood with deep walnut veneer to offset the brand’s green and pink colour scheme. The surfaces are made from a bio laminate with recycled straw, with made to measure storage and details specifically designed for the salon like hidden handles to hook brushes onto and an easily accessible hairdryer holder in the corner.
The same station designs are found in the downstairs area, this time with white recycled yogurt pot surfaces and oak veneer to set off the bold pink wall colours and re-upholstered Belmont chairs. The round mirror fittings were specifically designed for the salon, reflecting the shape of the recycled chairs
The reception area has a bespoke curved till and long bench in luxurious walnut veneer, both unique pieces specifically designed for the salon. The till area has specific areas for computers, cash machines and paperwork, all designed to hide away any unsightly electronics and charging stations.
Bespoke shelves proudly display the refillable and sustainable hair care products on offer.
3D Design File
After the quote confirmation, design consultation and site visit, you will receive a 3D model of your premises to help you visualise the outcome.
How to order:
A summary of our order process can be seen in the graph below. A detailled breakdown of each step can be found on the Design Process page of our website. After you have agreed a quote, we will supply you with a 3D computer assited drawing of our design to help you visualise the final outcome. You can see an example above.
Currently each of our bespoke projects are entirely custom designs. We therefore can only offer guide prices per project on our website. Pricing for your bespoke project will depend on the size of your space, the complexity of the project and the finishes and materials used.