Drive-By Design: Pucci-inspired Salon Goo

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It’s not just the pair of oversized lavender chandeliers that catches your eye as you drive by Salon Goo on Fairfax Avenue, but also those bright blue patterned walls. Here’s the story behind the Pucci-inspired decor:

When owner Molly Scargall and stylist Josh Kaplan went to decorate the space, they brought their vintage Pucci items to an artist friend who replicated the multicolored prints on the walls throughout the salon. Each wall features a different pattern.

‘The back room is a scarf,’ Kaplan says, adding that another pattern was pulled from a skirt. The wild geometric artwork creates a vibrant and colorful environment that stands out among the other storefronts. It also serves as a reminder that, when it comes to design, you can simply look to the items you love for inspiration. It’s at 459 1/2 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles.

-- Lisa Boone