Melbourne interior designer Danielle Brustman has created a vibrant fitout for a sustainable hair-dressing salon in the suburb of Ashburton.
Mitch Studio in has a “sustainble beauty” focus and recycles 98 percent of their waste. The owner wanted to upgrade the interior to align with the studio’s brand, ethos and aesthetic.
Brustman used the Mitch Studio’s signature colour – yellow – throughout the fitout with yellow glass partitions, mustard and white mosaic tiles and hand-coloured oak joinery.
The studio occupies an existing 1950s double brick shopfront. Brustman stripped back the existing fitout to the original concrete floor and installed washing and cutting stations, a hand painted mural and a workstation table for clients to use while they wait for their hair to dry.
The centrepiece of the fitout is a 1970s-inspired, six-arm chandelier designed by LA-based Entler Studio. The fitout also features wall lights by Daniel and Emma, a hand-painted mural and bespoke mirros shaped like tear drops.