Incredibly stylish hair salons can go a long way to attracting a loyal clientele. When one is waiting for an appointment, it is very important for the atmosphere to be welcoming, comfortable and design-forward. A great example where this is executed correctly is at Rob Peetoom's 4,500-square-foot business in Brooklyn's Williamsburg neighborhood. The interior of the business is outfitted with colorful and curvy furniture, adding a sense of fluidity and whimsicality to the space.
For the conversion of the old soda factory that now houses Rob Peetom Williamsburg, Dutch designer Ruud van Oosterhout was responsible. The professional has previously curated the aesthetics of this client's stylish hair salons. The designer preserves certain aspects of the interior of the factory as great value is found in the authentic presentation of older architecture.