Space Salon Furniture has reset the landscape for salon furniture in Australia with their high quality bespoke build ethos. They’ve just added another notch to their portfolio as the distributors of the luxurious and world renowned Maletti furniture.
If you’re not yet familiar with Space Salon Furniture, they’re an Australian owned manufacturer and distributor of high-quality salon furniture with a growing clientele that varies from small owner-operator salons to large chains and salon groups Australia wide.
Their already popular ‘Space’ line allows salons to enjoy a previously unseen level of flexibility and options when it comes to selecting their furniture. Space affords you the flexibility to select a salon chair with total control over the colour and texture of your vinyl, type of stitching, base design and even the style of pump.
Founder Phil Taylor says they are seeing a huge trend towards salons wanting more bespoke options and the ability to have input on exactly how the want the furniture to look.
“Colour and texture is the new black and to my knowledge we are the only salon furniture business offering this level of service in Australia,” Phil said.
Another point of difference with Space Salon Furniture’s model is that they offer a complete ‘one stop’ solution to salon fit-outs. Having teamed up with DNA Design, a team of design guru’s based in Brisbane… Space Salon Furniture and DNA work seamlessly to deliver cohesive outcomes across the design, fit out, furniture selection and installations of incredible spaces for their clients.
“We handle everything from start to finish, relieving salon owners of a lot of stress and usually saving them money along the way,” he said.
For the client wanting to add a true sense of luxury and craftsmanship to the salon, Maletti is found in some of the world’s most elite salons – with a reputation for both high quality and a timeless aesthetic.
Founded in Scandiano, Italy, in 1936 by innovator Guerrino Maletti, the salon furniture design company soon became an industry world leader.
Their luxurious, functional designs changed the world of hair salon furnishings, becoming a benchmark for high-end salons around the globe.
Fortunately, Maletti can now be ordered locally here in Australia through Space Salon Furniture, who has been appointed distributors for the brand.
“Maletti is the bench mark globally for salon furniture design and fabrication” explains Space Managing Director Phil Taylor. “We are excited to offer furniture of this calibre to our most discerning clients whom demand the very best” Phil Taylor continues. “It really adds an extra dimension to our portfolio.”
Phil says the company will offer support to salons for pre/post sale, salon design assistance and finance.
“We’re going to make it a realistic purchase for many salons who may have thought it was previously too hard to obtain or afford,” he said.
In conjunction with the already popular line and customised salon furniture options on offer, the alliance with Maletti will give Space Salon Furniture the strongest line up of quality salon furniture available to the salon industry here in Australia.
Their promise of functional, flexible, bespoke, customised salon furniture is being seen in all salons from small, independent operators to large chains around the nation.
The options available to customise a piece of salon furniture are limited only by the customer’s imagination – colours, textures, fabrics, stitching, design and fittings are all options which can be amended and personalised for each salon’s needs.
Another point of difference with Space Salon Furniture’s model is that they offer a complete ‘one stop’ solution to salon fit-outs. Having teamed up with DNA Design, a team of design guru’s based in Brisbane… Space Salon Furniture and DNA work seamlessly to deliver cohesive outcomes across the design, fitout, furniture selection and installations of incredible spaces for their clients.
Space also has finance options available which includes the ability to lease salon furniture as a 100% tax deductible operating expense. It seems there’s no excuse for bad design.