Thursday, October 21, 2010
Journalist Alison Brownrigg-Roth recently paid a visit to client American Cutting Co and today wrote about it in the Seattle Times saying, "The space... is urbane, comfortable and unpretentious. Exposed brick walls and wood floors lend historic charm, and iPads, Wi-Fi and a coffeemaker at the reception desk make the space feel like home. (Hot chocolate and tea are also available.) American Cutting Company is the rare salon where both men and women will feel comfortable, and where you won’t have to empty your wallet to get a great cut."
To read the entire story and see the photos by Barbie Hull of the salon's space, please click on blog title above.
Thank you Alison for the great coverage!