Minerva Beauty, Inc. recently announced the release of its newest line of salon equipment, the Mid Century Modern Collection. Decidedly understated, Minerva’s Mid Century Modern Collection favors function over form, clean lines, organic curves, mix-and-match materials, and multifunctional designs.
“At Minerva Beauty, we are always striving to provide salon and spa equipment that is beautiful and trendy, but also provides the functionality beauty professionals need to work comfortably and efficiently,” says Jay Rawl, President of Minerva Beauty. “We are very proud of the Mid Century Modern Collection as it embodies the interior design trends our customers have been looking for in salon equipment.”
The newest collection includes a manicure table, rounded and full-length mirrors, and a variety of styling and makeup stations. The manicure table and stations are constructed from solid hardwood and are available in both white and ebony. Ebony comes with a glass countertop overlay and White with a white quartz countertop. Items within the Mid Century Modern Collection also feature brushed gold stainless steel accents and clean lines for an overall sleek salon aesthetic.
“We can’t wait to see these furnishings in our customers’ salon settings!” exclaims Megan Ferlito, Marketing Director at Minerva Beauty. “They are truly as stunning in person as they are in photographs.”
About Minerva Beauty, Inc.: Founded in 2006, Minerva Beauty manufactures and distributes wholesale salon and spa equipment to the beauty industry. With the largest salon and spa equipment showroom in the world, Minerva offers an incredible selection of styling stations and chairs, shampoo systems, dryers and dryer chairs, pedicure chairs, manicure tables, stools and carts, skin care equipment, and more. Minerva is committed to delivering equipment with fine craftsmanship, value and affordability to the beauty industry and has equipment in over 175,000 salons and spas worldwide. www.minervabeauty.com
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Originally posted on Salon Today