Stylish sustainability in a sixth salon [soz, we can’t resist a bit of alliteration] for Blue Tit group. They’ve extended their reach to Brixton in south London, with a new salon of 1100sq ft, and it’s “inspired by Berlin nightclubs’ almost naked interiors’ – described as thin strip lights and bare bulbs, exposed copper piping and a raw layout. Ooh it sounds quite naughty, but checking the pictures, this is just the quirky, realism we adore from directors Perry Patraszewski and Andi Hinteregger. We admire the framed blue tit itself from artist Anastasya Martynova who used colour hair encased between sheets of acrylic. The bespoke work-surface in the reception allows for a touch-screen computer booking system, with the reception and bar area now the real heart of the salon. Says Directors Perry, Andi and Matt: “We wanted to create a salon that was in-keeping with the area and the eclectic vibe and unique energy Brixton has to offer. We have been extremely lucky with the location of our sixth salon and feel it is a superb match for the Blue Tit brand. We look forward to welcoming a huge variety of clients to the Brixton salon and feel part of something very exciting.”
• From its initial salon conception in Dalston in 2011, the group has quickly evolved into a six-strong salon group based within on-trend locations across East and South London.