Bridgend Frenchic Stockist Furniture Chalk Paint For Kitchen Remodeling Launched

The leading pre loved wooden furniture store in South Wales, Wooden Tops Furniture, announced it is offering the new water-based chalk paint by Frenchic for all those who want to facelift the look of their kitchen with less fuss, hassle and expenses.

Bridgend, United Kingdom - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

The South Wales pre-loved wooden furniture store Wooden Tops Furniture announced it is now offering its clients a range of water based Frenchic chalk paint perfect for kitchen refurbishment and remodeling.

More information is available at https://woodentopsfurniture.co.uk.

The Wooden Tops Furniture is a family run pre-loved wooden furniture store in Bridgend, South Wales, known for the large variety of vintage, mid-century and antique pieces it has in stock and the quality of up-cycling supplies it offers clients who like their DIY.

As an official stockist of the all-natural Frenchic paint, the popular South Wales furniture store announced it now able to offer those who want to facelift the look of their kitchen the new water based chalk paint released by the famous British brand.

This water based Frenchic chalk paint available in a wide variety of colors and finishes can be used to paint kitchen doors, drawers, pelmets, cornices, panels and plinths or easily upcycle the furniture to get that fresh, new look they’ve been longing for with less hassle and expenses.

The paint is sold with all the ingredients written on the can, has undergone rigorous testing to be certified child safe and delivers the easy, eco-friendly and odorless indoor painting experience that has made Frenchic the fastest growing paint company in the UK.

It is available at the Wooden Tops Furniture warehouse in 15-16 Queens Court or shipped within a few days nationwide and it can paired with all the Frenchic brushes, waxes, coats or stencils the client may need and friendly, knowledgeable advice by the friendly husband and wife team.

They explain that “sometimes referred to as the ‘Aladin’s Cave’ of South Wales, we are proud of the pre loved furniture we keep adding to our stock every week and the supplies we have for those who like their DIY. This new Frenchic chalk paint is perfect to remodel the kitchen with less fuss and hassle while saving thousands.”

Consultations with Wooden Tops Furniture and more information on its new water-based Frenchic chalk paint can be requested at 01656 856520 or on the website link provided above along with details on its stock of pre loved wooden furniture or the painting and soda blasting services it has at the disposal of the Bridgend community.

Contact Info:
Name: Sophia
Organization: Wooden Tops Furniture
Address: 15-16 Queens Court, Bridgend, Wales CF31 3TQ, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1656-856520

For more information, please visit https://woodentopsfurniture.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 275091

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