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Bag yourself a bargain at the Johnstone’s Decorating Centre Bonanza Sale

The Bonanza is back and better than ever! This month, Johnstone’s Decorating Centre will be hosting its Bonanza Sale, with unmissable deals for painters and decorators. From Monday 21st to Saturday 26th June, customers will be able to pick up a range of paints, tools and accessories, all at discounted prices.

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JOHNSTONE’S DECORATING CENTRES CELEBRATES 21 YEARS OF AMAZING DEALS WITH BONANZA SALE

JOHNSTONE’S DECORATING CENTRES CELEBRATES 21 YEARS OF AMAZING DEALS WITH BONANZA SALE Johnstone’s Decorating Centres is celebrating a milestone 21 years of unmissable deals with its latest Bonanza Sale, taking place from 1st to 6th July.

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Univar SC launch Trade Decorator exclusive

Univar Specialty Consumables (Univar SC) have teamed up with Trade Decorator to offer visitors to the Trade Decorator website an exclusive promotion on their range of Mirka products. As an official Mirka distributor in the UK, Univar SC carries a wide range of Mirka products including a variety of sanding bundles that are perfect for the professional decorator. For the month of March, Univar SC has teamed up with Trade Decorator to bring readers an exclusive offer. To make it even easier you can purchase Mirka items from inside Trade Decorator. The transaction will be handled via the Univar SC online checkout and goods will be shipped from their warehouse in Tamworth on a next day delivery.

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BAG A BONANZA SALE BARGAIN AT JOHNSTONE’S DECORATING CENTRES

Johnstone’s Decorating Centres is giving painters and decorators the chance take advantage of exclusive bargains as part of its latest Bonanza Sale, available for one week only! The sale starts ...

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Project of the Month – July 2018

Days of painstaking preparation work was required to renovate the house to bring it up to the standards of a modern home. Prior to redecoration, all the walls in the house were papered in an old Sanderson paper from the late 60's which had been overpainted on several occasions. One ceiling was also covered in the same Sanderson wallpaper, another with standard lining paper and the third was finished with polystyrene tiles. As the house was built in 1904 using traditional methods of construction, as expected, all internal walls were of "lath & plaster" construction with lime being used in the finish plaster as well as the coving.

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