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The Bauhaus Hair Salon Eliminates Small Talk with the Quiet Chair

 - Dec 7, 2015
References: metro & chiclaunches
U.K. hair salon Bauhaus has taken small talk off their list of requirements with the debut of its Quiet Chair. This ordinary salon seat was designed for those who enjoy peace of mind while upgrading their hairdo.

Bauhaus owner Scott Miller insisted that his salon become more sensitive to its clients needs. Understanding that not every customer enjoys the small talk that comes with changing their hair, the entrepreneur invented the Quiet Chair. This brand new innovation is an ordinary salon chair where customers can sit and get their hair done without having to engage in simple chit chat with their hairstylist.

While the hairdressers are allowed to ask their clients about their hair and preferences, all chatter stops there and the customer can read, text and relax.