Grow Knoxville is a Shane Archer concept salon. Grow caters to everything hair, skin, and body by providing the best the industry has to offer–and the salon’s design set equally high standards.
The existing vanilla box retail space featured a barrel-vaulted ceiling with exposed structure and lacked natural lighting. These details presented some challenges but also offered a lot of possibilities for the interior architectural design.
While the space is very open, varying-degrees of private areas were created with the addition of a mezzanine and ceiling-hung fabric panels. The monochromatic material and color palette is designed to not be gender specific.
The new wood floors and wood detail selections match the existing tongue and groove ceiling for warmth throughout the salon. The exposed structure and the majority of the furniture is darker to contrast with the wood. To lighten and brighten the space, most of the walls and millwork are white; additionally, the light fixtures are made from clear glass or white fabric.
With the custom interior designed millwork and floor plan layout, Grow can showcase the highest quality products and impeccable service for all your salon needs.
The work shown represents a collaboration with Stacy Jacobi Home, Knoxville, Tennessee
Photography by Alyssa Nealon at nvelop AP.