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Benjamin Moore opens debut UK showroom

Published: 23 October 2017 - Kiran Grewal
 

Two years since their exclusive launch of Benjamin Moore paints into the UK market, Shaw Paints Ltd, has announced the opening of the Benjamin Moore Chelsea Showroom. Situated in the heart of Chelsea at 263 Fulham Road, the 1,300 sq ft showroom has opened its doors on 20th October. The new showroom has stocked Benjamin Moore’s range of exceptional residential and commercial paint products and will showcase its extensive colour collection.

Serving painting professionals, interiors designers and consumer alike, the expert showroom team are on hand for product advice and in-house colour consultations. Designed by Crucial Projects the new showroom will proudly display Benjamin Moore’s vast colour palette of more than 3,500 shades on a seven-metre wall display. 

 

Helen Shaw, Director of Shaw Paints commented: “We are thrilled to be opening Benjamin Moore’s first UK showroom in such a fantastic location. Set within one of the capital’s most iconic areas, Fulham Road is home to some of London’s best interior design shops and we are delighted to become a part of this community. It will be a pleasure to begin welcoming our customers, both professional and consumer, and allowing them to discover what we believe is a truly inspirational paint showroom.” 

 

 

 

 

Source: Shaw Paints Ltd

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