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March 22, 2022 1 min read

Always a pleasure to work with local businesses as they start up and establish them selves. None more so than for Stephanie and Jack with their new 'Hairworks' Salon in Whitminster, Gloucestershire. 

A great and functional space to continue with Steph's growing following and exceptional reputation for ladies hair styling. 

On that basis they choose a colour palette and theme for the space in keeping with this. 

We discussed that shelving and storage solution materials at length and decided on our best grade kiln dried, white, English Ash. Natural edged. 

Ash

With these made some jazzy shelf brackets were sourced and painted locally.

Really bringing the space together.

If you need your hair do done amazingly then I cannot recommend Stephanie highly enough and is open for business.

If you have a project of your own and need some super special hardwood shelves, counter tops, bartops or bespoke joinery then we have vast stocks of English hardwoods and a super duper workshop facility making us a flexible and adaptable client facing operation capable of delivering the best bespoke service. Please do call with your enquiry. 01452741298 or email info@thefinewwoodenarticleco.com

Hairworks Salon 

 Please do call with your enquiry. 01452741298 or email info@thefinewwoodenarticleco.com

Peter Meredith
Peter Meredith

Owner, designer, craftsman, cabinet maker.


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