Onico Hair and Nail by Ryo Isobe
This forest-like beauty salon in Osaka has birch trees wedged between the floor and ceiling (+ slideshow).
Named Onico, the hair and nail salon was designed by Japanese architect Ryo Isobe.
The architect imagined the space as a woodland filled with antique objects and other curiosities, including a stuffed owl.
"Our client likes DIY and he makes many objects and furniture by himself," said Isobe. "So we made the space as if it is a treasure hunt in the woods."
Birch trees are dotted around the space, amongst a styling area containing assorted chairs and mirrors.
A mixture of lanterns, chandeliers and bare light bulbs are suspended from the ceiling, while fairy lights are strung up beside a cluster of artificial ivy in the room behind.
Other details include a decorative balustrade, empty picture frames and a golden dresser.
We've featured a few hair and beauty salons from Japan, including one lined with colourful ceramic tiles and one containing a zigzagging steel screen.
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