Salon Design

The Piece De Resistance

It’s that piece you can’t live without. That special pedicure chair that fits the contours of your back so perfectly well, or that communal nail bar where clients circle for quick chats, or even that snazzy retail shelf bringing in extra dollars every month. It’s the item that makes the greatest impact on your day, and here’s why you’re thankful for it.

Nail Art Organizing Drawers

Danalynn Stockwood

Genesis Salon, Fitchburg, Mass.


“I love my little organizing drawers for all my nail art

supplies and video tape boxes. I use video tape boxes

[inset] for each of my clients, and store nail files,

cleaned implements, buffing blocks, and other

things they need for their services.”


How long have you had this piece of furniture?  3 years

How much did it cost? $2 a unit, purchased on clearance

Why did you feel you needed to purchase this item? Before I had my nail art supplies just organized inside my nail table. But as my nail art supplies expanded, I needed a more efficient system. This piece centralizes my nail art product collection, which makes looking for something very easy.


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