Luck Out Hair Dressing Salon by Bonfield Interiors, Tokyo – Japan

June 14th, 2017 by Camra’s blog

This is a newly opened hair dressing salon in Tokyo. The salon space is designed in a Brooklyn style which the salon owner, Yasco, is fond of. To create an industrial style décor, I employed essential vintage materials such as wood, steel and concrete which gave the space an industrial feel.

Steel panels, iron pipes, antique lamps, air ducts, paint-stained “imperfect” furniture become attractive and decorative in their own right due to their functional design. The salon was created by casually sourcing items from the designer, friends and clients, and now this intuitive style has become a way of life.

Designed by Iku Shoji Evans / Bonfield Interiors
Photography by Toshiko Kikuoka

















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