Brothers taking Pinchbeck business to the next level

The Bryan family:  James, Gill, Nick, Steven
The Bryan family: James, Gill, Nick, Steven
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Exciting new lines are being added at County Interiors, which is undergoing its own transformation.

As well as refurbishing their large showroom in Wardentree Lane, Pinchbeck, brothers James and Nick Bryan, who have taken over the helm of the interiors business following the semi-retirement of their parents Steve and Gill, are adding new products by Laura Ashley.

“We’ve been sprucing up the showroom and moving forward with some investment as well as adding new manufacturers and lines,” explained director James.

“We really want to take things to the next level. We’ve got a new German kitchen manufacturer called Schuller, which is very modern and contemporary and we’re the only people in the area to have their products.

“Our new Laura Ashley line is also proving a very popular brand for bathrooms – it includes fitted furniture, taps and tiles and is very classic and cool looking.

“We can make a small room look very interesting with patterned floors and muted colours on the walls, creating a lovely look.”

As one of the area’s largest Neff kitchen appliance dealers, County Interiors will also soon be hosting Saturday morning cookery demonstrations for customers and has recently been awarded a Trusted Traders 
accreditation by Which? magazine.

The family-run business has been helping home owners makeover their bathrooms, kitchens and bedrooms for more than 40 years. Its large 5,000 square feet showroom has been located on Wardentree Lane for more than 25 years, after it was one of the first businesses to open there.

Its friendly team of knowledgeable staff offer a full free of charge design service, which includes home visits and talking to customers about their requirements as well as technical checks.

“We’ve got a new presentation room with a large 40-inch television where customers can see in real detail what we are suggesting for them and we can also change it to show different options,” explains James.

“As well as full design, we provide full installation and have a facility whereby we make and construct our units and fabricate work surfaces. We also dispose of everything, thus minimising disruption to the customer – we don’t leave skips full of rubbish on people’s driveways.

“We want to make our customers’ experience as good as it can be, after all, as a local business we live and die on our reputation. We always focus on looking after our customers and providing aftercare services too.”

• To find out more, visit the County Interiors showroom Wardentree Lane, Pinchbeck, open 9am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday, or call 01775 722777.

Alternatively visit the company’s website