Avant Grade Worcester – New Salon by Beauty Planet

Beauty Planet Salon Design, one of the most known company in the UK for providing salon design services, has built and designed hair salons for many famous hairdressers. For every hairdressers, it is a key to have professional design for the salon to entice customers.

Recently, we have successfully finished designing for Avant Grade.

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Ian commented, “We have been following our business plan that we set out in 2008. In it was to open a second salon in 2014 and we never lost sight of that goal. We set out with Beauty Planet late 2013 to design a flagship salon; we wanted to create a salon that wouldn’t look out of place in London or Manchester. We are delighted with the final result.”

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Salon Designed for Clients – Matthew Lutos

Matthew Lutos, owner of Beauty Planet Salon Design, recently did some fantastic salon designing job for many big clients.

Check out some of these classic designs for salons:

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With Matthew Lutos, you can get your dream salon turn into reality in just 6 easy steps. You just have to give us brief of the salon design in your mind and the rest we will do it for you. With the help of 3D technology, we show you the draft before proceeding to make sure what design you want for your salon.

Contact Matthew Lutos at  0208 487 5874 or visit our website.

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Salon Design Changes in Budget

A FRESH SALON DESIGN WITHOUT BLOWING THE BUDGET

Keeping one step ahead of the competition and ensuring your salon is in immaculate condition doesn’t have to entail blowing the budget on a complete refit. There are plenty of ways to refresh and revamp on a small scale with big results.

Matthew Lutos, managing Director at Beauty Planet Salon Design explains: “When times are tough on the high street it is the finer details that filter out the salons that will stand the test of time. Not everyone can afford new salon furniture, but everyone can make sure that the furniture they do have is spotlessly clean. Scruffy skirting boards, stained tiles at the backwash, sinks that don’t sparkle, and chrome fittings that aren’t polished are all details that make a salon stand out.”

If you’re on a relatively small budget then you need to think about what you , your salon and your clients will benefit from the most. But whether it’s a whole new area you’re concentrating on or the salon a s a whole, it won’t hurt to clear some space.

Start by getting rid of anything that you no longer use. A simple declutter can do wonders for freeing up some extra space in a salon and many hands make light work so get the whole team to help get the job done quickly.

Matthew says: “Everything should be up to date and current- we’re in the trends business so clients don’t want to read magazines with last season’s trends nor do they want to see a poster for a promotion that’s no longer active.”

Look at your window display and if it’s cluttered and promotes mixed messages then think about removing some of your display material. Think about what you want your salon to say to your clients and work with your team to create it. For a small budget you could create new marketing material, invest in a retail display and even get a screen in your window for videos. Whatever your budget, open up the discussion with your staff to drum up some new ideas and allow creativity to flow.

Even if you have no budget you can transform the look of your salon creating a bright and airy environment with some minor additions- and deductions!

“Invest in fresh flowers weekly and create as much space as possible by removing old cupboards or units that aren’t really utilized and wherever possible have sunlight and fresh air in abundance,” advises Matthew.

When it comes to the walls, paint is the cheapest, easiest way to freshen up but Matthew suggests: “Consider adding a feature wall with a printed wallpaper- it doesn’t have to cost a lot, can be changed frequently and you can literally just focus on one wall,” Matthew says.

As always a splash of paint can have fantastic results but remember to use your budget wisely; you don’t have to decorate throughout to have a new look. Inevitably, areas that are hardwearing such as around the foot bars will need touching up so allow a proportion of your budget to be on refurbishing these areas.

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Above all, the one thing that requires no budget whatsoever is taking pride in the details. The responsibility lies with everyone in the team to ensure this happens and if standards are kept high in housekeeping then customers are confident that they will stand as strong in everything you do.

Matthew warns: “Tatty towels and stained gowns shout everything but professionalism. They should look nice and smell nice- don’t think clients won’t notice the odd stain here and there. They will and it won’t impress them.”

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