Chester met his wife Rose during the war. She cut his hair at home, along with many other Australian soldiers as her civic duty. For King and Country.
Chester fell in love with Rose. Rose had to be persuaded. Chester and Rose got married.
Rose opened a salon after the war and Chester visited each week for a cut. Short back and sides please Rose. He was her only male customer.
He brought a single rose for her each week, lovingly grown in someone's garden.
During childbirth and other days off, Chester helped in the salon, eventually becoming as creative as Rose with his cutting, curling and coiffures.
Nine children later, they moved to Australia. Rose's salon lived on as a memory in their hearts and a story in their family.
Their children had many children, Rose and Chester grew old and everyone lived happily ever after.
NOT THE END
Isn't hairdressing meant to be fun? Our inspiration for the design came from the english library that Chester used to read in while recovering from his burst eardrum, an injury received from going over the top. Through books, he found his solitude and found a love for architecture, the arts and design.