Royals’ iconic Moroccan vibe pervades the new design at their Hornsby establishment. The salon group, which is constantly expanding and updating with new designs, new salons and new initiatives such as their academy, has revitalised their Hornsby salon with an all-new look, making it more aesthetically consistent with its Cherrybrook and Castle Hill salons.
The feature element consists of an artwork in the reception area created by Sydney artist Jamie Preisz. Other design elements including authentic lanterns and grills imported from the Bazaars in Marrakech that showcase Royals’ Moroccan style, albeit more subtly.
“Royals is not a franchise, however we wanted to include something different at Hornsby that appealed to our team and clients. We took their tastes into account when designing the salon, and Jamie’s artwork reflects this,” shared Royals owner, Adam Alamine.
“The overall feel of Hornsby is more urban, due to using more concrete as an interior highlight, which the other salons don’t have,” he continued. “Overall it still follows the same principles of unrefined beauty, which we love. We’re not into refined clinical spaces and we wanted the space to be somewhere fun you’d want to hang out.”
Royals Hair has made 2016 a year to remember, opening an education academy and their third salon space, while co-owner Mary Alamine was named NSW/ACT Hairdresser at both the Hair Expo Awards and Australian Hair Fashion Awards.
Firing on all cylinders.
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