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Leslie McGwire & Associates, Inc.

November 5, 2012 | 10:52 AM

Leslie McGwire & Associates, Inc.

lesliemcgwire.com
248-912-2661
OWNER: Leslie McGwire, ASID Allied (American Society of Interior Designers)

Leslie McGwire & Associates, Inc.Leslie McGwire & Associates designs salons, spas, cosmetology schools, chain accounts, resorts, medispas and hotels. Whether it’s a remodel or a new location, Leslie McGwire & Associates focuses on the design from ‘concept to completion.’

WHY WE’RE DIFFERENT: Leslie McGwire has more than 27 years of design experience and 14 national design awards. We can assist you with many different vendor selections to fi t your needs throughout a network of professional associates, including business consulting.

HOW WE WORK: Leslie McGwire & Associates offers design services anywhere in the United States and abroad. Consultations can be performed in person or via phone. Drawings can be sent via e-mail, while color selections and equipment specifications can be seen via the Internet/Skype or actual samples can be provided to you. We offer traditional lease-to-own programs (with tax advantages) to 100-percent financing and we can help find a solution that’s right for you.

CATCH US AT: On our website lesliemcgwire.com and at main beauty shows throughout the U.S. Design classes will be held in different areas of the country. Check website for locations and dates.

WORDS OF WISDOM: Leslie McGwire & Associates specialize in creating the most durable finishes for each location in the beauty industry. When it comes to flooring, we know that issues like your employees’ comfort, as well as very little maintenance, and a beautiful visual impact is vitally important. Leslie McGwire & Associates offer innovative design ideas such as acrylic walls, dramatic draperies, and wavy dry wall partitions to create a focal point that your clients will not forget. These unique design elements will have a dramatic image on the overall look of your space.

BETTER BOTTOM LINE IN 2013: Lighting is a very important, yet often overlooked aspect, of your space’s functionality and performance. We specialize in correct lighting for the overall environment. The placement of each fixture and the correct bulb can save a location 30 percentplus per year on their electrical bill when they use low-wattage color-corrected bulbs.

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