Clementine’s Salon opens in Olde Town

The salon’s third location also includes Marmalade Lounge and Boutique in lower level

Rylee Dunn
rdunn@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 7/19/22

Another new addition has opened up shop in Olde Town Arvada, as Clementine’s Salon held its grand opening ceremony on July 11.

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Clementine’s Salon opens in Olde Town

The salon’s third location also includes Marmalade Lounge and Boutique in lower level

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Another new addition has opened up shop in Olde Town Arvada, as Clementine’s Salon held its grand opening ceremony on July 11.

The former site of Gallery 1874 and Festival Playhouse located at 5665 Olde Wadsworth Blvd. also includes the Marmalade Lounge and Boutique in the lower level beneath Clementine’s.

The Olde Town location is the third location of Clementine’s Salon in the Denver Metro Area. Founded in 2011 by Dani and John Everson, Dani said she was drawn to Olde Town Arvada because of how the district’s atmosphere has changed after the creation of the pedestrian mall.

“We’ve lived (in Denver) for 14 years and we come to Arvada for the restaurants and shops,” Everson said. “I feel like there’s been a whole different vibe after the street closures.”

Everson added that the idea to include a lounge and boutique along with the salon was to get the most out of the site.

“It’s such a massive space that we felt like we couldn’t just have a salon going on,” Everson said. “We dreamed up the perfect scenario and it evolved into what it is. It’s just a fun space for people to have drinks and go to a family community type salon. We want people to feel confident coming in, getting all their needs met in one space.”

Arvada Mayor Marc Williams said he and city council are supportive of the concept and are glad to have a new business in the previously unoccupied space.

“You all have taken a very historic building in our community and turned it into something beautiful,” Williams said. “I think this is going to stick around for a good long time. The city council and I truly believe in the entrepreneurial spirit.”

Appointments can be made at clementinesdenver.com.

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