Former boutique becomes a nail salon

No 13 Tower Street has been let to Nail Aritistry Uk.
Richard Bertram with Emma Fryatt

No 13 Tower Street has been let to Nail Aritistry Uk. Richard Bertram with Emma Fryatt - Credit: Archant

Emma makes the move to new Tower Street nail salon

Beane Wass and Box are to have let an attractive shop property in Tower Street, which is part of the long established Ipswich Institute, to an expanding business in the town centre.

Richard Bertram, of Beane Wass & Box said: “We have recently completed on the letting of 13 Tower Street, formerly Bijou Boutique to Nail Artistry UK where Emma Fryatt has opened her new venture.

Emma said: “I’d been liaising with Beane Wass and Box over a period of months researching the commercial market As soon as I viewed the property in Tower Street I fell in love with it and knew immediately it was the right property for us. Richard took the time to establish our businesses needs and vision which was invaluable in our search for a new location.”

“Our clients love the new salon and comment how beautiful, airy, spacious and relaxing it is! I never expected to be where I am today.

“I trained as a nail technician in 2002 when expecting my first child so I had a job I could fit in around my children. I started working freelance from home and various hair salons until I became so busy my husband built “The Nail shed” as it was fondly named at the bottom of the garden and Lisa Benneworth a previous student of mine joined me.”

“Nail Artistry UK Ltd has been built on a foundation of passion and client experience.” added Emma. “Many of our clients feel part of something when they visit commenting on it being a fun and social experience offering professional and creative treatments.

Most Read

It’s a pleasure coming to work each day and we now have a fou strong team of myself, Lisa, Kylie and Sharon who are fantastic professionals.”

Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter