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5 Ways to Freshen Your Space The interior design of your spa tells your clients exactly who you are and the experience you want to give them: calm and serene, lively and energetic, sophisticated and elegant, happy and fun. What do your clients see when they walk into your space? The Spa Industry Association offers tips to create the story of your spa through design: 1. Plan it Out First and foremost, precisely plan it out. Before you buy that next cool thing that catches your eye, check your finances and create a budget. Know exactly how much you're willing to spend to refresh your space. 2. Revamp the Existing Space Before trashing everything and starting over, look at existing elements with a fresh eye. From repainting to wallpapering to texturing, a lot can be done with the walls. Furniture can be refinished and reupholstered. When it comes to shelving and display cases, a can of spray paint can change everything. 3. Enhance the Entrance Have just enough money to redo one space? The first impression is the lasting impression—so allow your entrance to tell your story. It should introduce your brand image at the first glance. 4. Add Plants Adding plants adds life—and fresh oxygen. Do a little research to see which plants can thrive in your space and that require little maintenance. 5. Keep Everything Organized An unorganized space tells clients you are messy and unprofessional. Every element of your space should be precisely organized. Pay attention to how you work and what you need within arm's reach. Find pretty and practical ways to organize backbar products, tools, and retail. And, it should go without saying, everything should be clean and dust-free. See more tips at spa-design-tips-to-consider-in-2021. Beauty Buzz Listen to the ASCP Esty Talk podcast at 17 SAIEF AL EMON/UNSPLASH

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