Pedicure Stations – how to build

Relaxing pedicure stations

1 Select pedicure chairs for perfect pedicure stations

It is impossible to build pedicure stations without some kind of relaxing chair. A chair with plumbing makes it easier to provide services, but the plumbing requires ripping up the floor. A chair without plumbing requires getting a large foot bath for each chair, but it saves money.

2 Place pedicure stations seperately from the rest of the room

Place pedicure chairs in a location where they are separated from the rest of the room. This will make up the station. Place the chairs on a raised platform. The best place for the platform to be is around 6 inches tall and should be large enough to fit the chairs and a footbath in front of it. This makes it easier for the pedicure specialist to work on the pedicure.

3 Set up the pedicure cart for pedicure stations

A pedicure cart is a mobile cart option with separated spaces such as drawers or shelves. The items inside the cart should be placed according to when they are used in the pedicure. You need to put pedicure carts up wall on pedicure tables.

4 Create the atmosphere for relaxing pedicure stations

The atmosphere is an important part of the pedicure process. Customers need to feel comfortable when their nail is being taken care of, they need to have a relaxing environment around the pedicure stations. The best atmosphere for pedicure stations includes in-house plants, quiet music, scented candles or relaxing color schemes.