Feature: A Classic Barbershop to go

A nation-wide promotional tour for this re-imagined 1948 Spartan Manor 

 
 Solid hickory floor. Rift-cut red oak cabinetry. Birch paneling. Diamond-stitched leather barber chair. Crisp white counters, chrome and stainless steel.

Solid hickory floor. Rift-cut red oak cabinetry. Birch paneling. Diamond-stitched leather barber chair. Crisp white counters, chrome and stainless steel.

Heritage and High-tech

For Cremo, a fast-growing national men’s beard and hair care brand, it was about re-creating the classic barbershop experience as a showcase for their outstanding products. After a complete redesign which included a seamless six-inch body lift to give their tall barbers some additional headroom, updated - but hidden - technology and the addition of a large service hatch and two new floor-to-ceiling plate glass windows this Manor immediately hit the road for a national tour of historic barbershops across the country.

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Open it up

A large serving hatch, full-length awning, warm woods and lighting, plus two new large plate glass windows and, of course, an open door all help people know that they’re welcome to come on in.

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Functional and fun

The full-service bathroom includes this inlay tile in classic black and white, plus a custom stainless steel and teak shower. The infrastructure on the trailer includes a 7,000 watt generator and two hidden split air conditioning/heating systems that keep the classic Spartan roofline free of modern appliances.