Owners and founders Howie and Amy Sennet started Red Chair Salon in 2009 on Capitol Hill. The salon is known for its individual style and feel which they describe as both fun and relaxed with professional stylists you can trust. They pride themselves on their affordable, yet high quality cuts and color.

When it came to the rebranding, Howie and Amy knew they wanted to keep the original sign because this has been its home for many decades. Their sign was sandblasted at Puget Sound Coatings so we had a clean slate to work from. Western Neon fabricated oversized faces to overlap the existing cabinet and painted the faces black and grey then added opaque red and white vinyl. A new arrow cabinet was added as well and so were custom aluminum scissor hands on the clock. The completed sign is approximately 6’x 5′ and is illuminated by 56 ft. of clear red neon, white grid LED and 44 11-watt lightbulbs.
Owners and founders Howie and Amy Sennet started Red Chair Salon in 2009 on Capitol Hill. The salon is known for its individual style and feel which they describe as both fun and relaxed with professional stylists you can trust. They pride themselves on their affordable, yet high quality cuts and color.

When it came to the rebranding, Howie and Amy knew they wanted to keep the original sign because this has been its home for many decades. Their sign was sandblasted at Puget Sound Coatings so we had a clean slate to work from. Western Neon fabricated oversized faces to overlap the existing cabinet and painted the faces black and grey then added opaque red and white vinyl. A new arrow cabinet was added as well and so were custom aluminum scissor hands on the clock. The completed sign is approximately 6’x 5′ and is illuminated by 56 ft. of clear red neon, white grid LED and 44 11-watt lightbulbs.
Owners and founders Howie and Amy Sennet started Red Chair Salon in 2009 on Capitol Hill. The salon is known for its individual style and feel which they describe as both fun and relaxed with professional stylists you can trust. They pride themselves on their affordable, yet high quality cuts and color.

When it came to the rebranding, Howie and Amy knew they wanted to keep the original sign because this has been its home for many decades. Their sign was sandblasted at Puget Sound Coatings so we had a clean slate to work from. Western Neon fabricated oversized faces to overlap the existing cabinet and painted the faces black and grey then added opaque red and white vinyl. A new arrow cabinet was added as well and so were custom aluminum scissor hands on the clock. The completed sign is approximately 6’x 5′ and is illuminated by 56 ft. of clear red neon, white grid LED and 44 11-watt lightbulbs.


Back to gallery