From the outside, it might look like any other barbershop. But inside, it’s designed to feel like a place to hang out with friends. Car memorabilia lines the walls, and a disco ball hangs from the ceiling.
At his barber’s chair, Matthew “Disco” Rogers, owner of Disco’s Chop Shop, chats with his client as he “chops” his hair.
Discussion at the shop often centers on how the shop is strategically decorated with car accessories, from seats out of cars to dozens of old license plates.