CHA:COL Designs Inviting Concept Stores for Walk-in Facials in Los Angeles

11.14.19 | By
CHA:COL Designs Inviting Concept Stores for Walk-in Facials in Los Angeles

Face Haus launched in Los Angeles in 2013 as a modern concept for spa-grade facials without the typical New Age fanfare and high dollar prices. Since launching, the walk-in facial company has gradually expanded, recently opening two new LA spots designed by CHA:COL with an open floor plan, a ‘Haus’ shaped display area, and the brand’s signature green color.

The first is located close to downtown Los Angeles at USC’s campus where it services both students and professionals. A retail area lives in a mint green, ‘Haus’ shaped storage shelf, which is next to a communal table where guests can charge their devices while being serviced. A built-in bench rounds out the front space offering a separation from the treatment area. A canopy clad in custom wallpaper art hangs over the spa chairs giving guests a soothing place to focus their eyes.

The second Face Haus designed by CHA:COL is the South Bay location, which features a more beachy vibe as it’s fairly close to the ocean. Their retail space also resides in a ‘Haus’ shaped shelf but this one has a different look starting with the white color. The communal area also includes a wired table for guests, as well as two swinging chairs to sit in while waiting for an appointment.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.