The space itself uses light wooden textures and metallic touches that go well with the soft green leaves of the many plants suspended from the ceiling. “Our interior inspiration derived from industrial and Scandinavian design,” Vi says, “We created a juxtaposition between these elements that we like to call ‘Fashion Punk’”.
Vi and Lunette came from different backgrounds but merged organically and seamlessly into a collaborative effort that sought to combine different arts and media. They’re proud to say that everything is done in-house; sound engineering, art installations – even the furniture is DYI. But it’s thanks to Bristol that Vi felt it was even possible to take on such a project: “Bristol is a very creative city, from an amazing music to the incredible art culture, this has allowed us to push the boundaries of what a salon can be”.
Glitch has now been opened since June of last year, and is inherently an oasis for every one of your senses. “The space flows nicely, people are eating and listening to music while having their hair done and there’s plants everywhere!”