As part of our consultation service, we provide scaled salon layouts and furniture plans that optimize traffic and work flow, include specific equipment plans consistent with owner preferences, and offer suggestions to improve service profitability and overall amenity utilization. Our team does not replace licensed architects or designers on new development projects – we add value and help avoid risk and post-completion corrections through our collaboration.


We can help determine the most ideal square footage and spend amount based specifically on your resident count, level of care, location, current trends, and what we know first hand regarding the potential service revenue that will be generated by the salon and spa amenity so you can get the best return on your investment without over-spending or under-investing.

The salon and spa amenity is more technical than some might think. Ensuring that the space is designed with the ideal work-flow in mind to accommodate every service offering is important; not to mention the minor details like outlet placement and the major details like State Board of Cosmetology requirements for licensure.

The success of the salon and spa amenity can be somewhat dependent on it’s location within your community. With different trends arising in senior housing and various things to consider when making this decision, we can help guide this discussion to ensure the location is as optimal as possible for resident utilization and marketing.

The overall design of the space, and especially the equipment selection, will vary drastically based on the level of care of the residents utilizing the space. Having professionally operated the space in all levels of care, we can help you navigate those differences in order to tailor the amenity to the end user.

Each and every salon and spa space within a senior community needs to be licensed as such through the State Board of Cosmetology. This piece is quite often forgotten about, but doing so can lead to major problems and even an unusable space entirely if you aren’t careful. Each State has it’s own set of rules and regulations that determine requirements ranging from total square footage, restroom location, to sink types, and the list goes on. Partnering with us will ensure that your design and equipment selections will allow for the space to be properly licensed once it’s complete.


What We Need to Know

Resident / Bed Count

Allows us to determine if the planned space is appropriate in size and investment.

Planned Layout of Space

Allows us to analyze whether or not it’s as operationally functional, licensable, and aesthetically pleasing as possible.

Planned Equipment List

Allows us to determine if the appropriate pieces and quantities are chosen depending on the level of care and space available. Also allows us to directly quote against in order to get the best value.

Budget Allocation

Allows us to choose specific items to quote while being mindful of this aspect.

Design Concept

Allows us to quote coordinating equipment and make suggestions.

Project Location

Allows us to research and gather specific State Board of Cosmetology requirements.