hair raising pieces

February 13, 2014

We were recently approached to create a handful of custom pieces by the folks at Village Hair Studio, a new salon in St. George, ON, that will be opening it's doors in March.  The studio is located in a gorgeous space with exposed brick walls which date back to the early 1800's.  It will be a perfect home for our furniture! We designed 2 solid walnut display shelves with robust raw edging which will serve as display pieces for hair care products.  They stand 6' tall, 2.5' wide, and the shelves increase in size from approximately 7"-16" from top to bottom.

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A custom 30" loft clock adorned with the Village Hair Studio's logo. DSC_6413 And we created the woodland coat rack, with hand chiseled square pegs all in solid walnut. woodland coat rack-0505 woodland coat rack-0507 For more information about these pieces, pricing, or to discuss designs for your perfect space, please contact us by filling out a contact form on our website, email kim@studio50.ca, or call 226.208.1428!




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