Located in the picturesque Warwickshire town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the new Bad Apple Hair salon boasts an incredibly unique talking-point interior, designed to reflect the salon group’s fashion-forward personality and experiential services.
Every Bad Apple Hair salon is designed with its own distinct identity and this – its 8th – was initially inspired by the iconic House of Hackney ‘Palmeral’ print – an instantly recognisable design that now covers a feature wall in the salon. Expanding upon this bold design theme, the salon space has been imaginatively designed to blend modern, minimalist features harmoniously together with natural elements and plush, luxurious details. The end result is a stylish, metropolitan oasis, and the perfect setting for Bad Apple Hair’s experiential hairdressing services.
The overall style of Bad Apple Hair Stratford-upon-Avon is evocative of a photographic studio, full of the same clean lines, stark simplicity and open-plan space. A monochrome colour scheme – the salon walls and floors are painted bright white, and in contrast the salon’s double-height ceilings are painted black – forms the foundation of this look, which paired with the exposed open plan layout of the salon and its huge floor-to-ceiling front window, gives the entire salon a modern industrial vibe with floods of essential natural light.
Bad Apple Hair prides itself on its experiential hairdressing services, inspired by some of the world’s top salons. Acknowledging the power of an interior design to immerse a client in the entire salon experience, the interior of Bad Apple Stratford includes elements designed to make its clients feel relaxed and indulged. From the waiting area’s plush velvet jade-hued chairs, scattered with oversized velvet blush-pink cushions, to its enticing modern brass retail unit designed to tempt clients into playing around with display products, every feature has been thought up as a way of engaging Bad Apple clients in the entire salon experience.