North Langley Paint and Decorating owner Michelle Sparrow and her staff have redesigned their store in Walnut Grove to better serve your home designing and redecorating needs.

Time for a home interior refresh? Get inspired in Walnut Grove

Paint and decorating experts in North Langley can help bring your visions to life

When you’re thinking of redecorating or renovating your home’s interior, what projects come to mind?

Is a kitchen renovation in the works, or perhaps an update on colours? Michelle Sparrow, owner of the newly redesigned North Langley Paint and Decorating store in Walnut Grove, says there are many ways to go when it comes to giving your home a refresh.

“We’re focusing a lot more on the decorating side of things and we’ve created a place where people can come and be inspired, get ideas and take the time they need to look at the options,” she says of their new showroom. “We also welcome designers to come in and use our space to bring clients and work on ideas for them.”

Wallpaper can be wonderful!

Changing the walls in any room can go a long way toward freshening things up. You may be considering colours and planning to repaint, but did you know an increasing number of people are choosing wallpaper to give their rooms a new look?

“There’s a lot more exciting designs and it’s a lot easier to work with these days,” Sparrow says. “We’ve got a large selection of wallpaper books to look through and a great new bar-top table to spread things out.”

To celebrate the changes to their space, North Langley Paint and Decorating is offering 20 per cent off all wallpaper orders for the month of November.

Your one-stop shop for upgrades

Drop by the store in Mountain View Plaza and check out the redesigned showroom and enhanced product line, designed to give you even more ideas for your home remodelling. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find:

  • Let there be light – Looking for new ways to illuminate your rooms? Find a variety of options for brightening things up, from hanging pendant lights to wall sconces and more.
  • Save money on kitchen cabinet upgrades – Coming soon, the store is partnering with Arcan Custom, which does kitchen cabinet refinishing and offers you a more economical and less invasive way to freshen up your kitchen.
  • Quartz quality – You’re able to browse a selection of Canadian made HanStone and Cambria brand quartz countertops in store. North Langley Paint and Decorating partners with local professionals who handle measurements and installation for you.
  • Windows that say wow! – Window coverings are another way to update a room. Chat with an expert from Aura Window Fashions and choose from their selection of beautiful drapery panels, blinds and custom draperies in store.
  • Wood works well – If you like unique items, you’ll love Rustic Meadows wood furniture, from farm-style tables with benches, to dog beds and even Christmas tree boxes.

Still your best bet for paint

As a certified dealer in top-quality Benjamin Moore paint products, North Langley Paint and Decorating has professional colour consultants who are available seven days a week to help you turn your vision into reality. Ask about their in-home colour consultations!

Sparrow invites you to drop by the store for a coffee and see what’s new, or call them at 604-888-6957 or email them with your questions. You can also get ideas from their Facebook page.

 

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