Leyland SDM celebrates Super September of paint

Decorators and home improvers in London are enjoying a ‘Super September’ with exciting new paint colours from leading brands – and the chance to win one of 100,000 prizes.

Three of the most recognisable names in paint – Farrow & Ball, Little Greene and Dulux – are celebrating the tail end of summer with exciting launches and promotions running until the end of the month.

Decorators will find all of the new colours and competitions at any of Leyland SDM’s 33 stores across London.

Here’s what to expect:

 

Dulux Decorator’s Dip

 

Dulux is rewarding its loyal band of trade customers throughout September with its fun Decorator’s Dip promotion, available across all Leyland SDM stores.

Anyone who buys 10L or more of Dulux Trade or Heritage paint during the month will be able to participate in a tombola to win an instant prize (while stocks last).

There are 100,000 prizes up for grabs during the promotion, including Greggs vouchers, mugs and T-shirts.

Get involved today!

 

Farrow & Ball

 

Farrow & Ball has unveiled new paint in its Carte Blanche collection.

Leyland SDM celebrates Super September of paint

Created in partnership with fashion designer Christopher John Rogers, the collection includes 12 new paint colours.

In keeping with Farrow & Ball tradition, there are some magnificently named colours including hog plum, lobster, raw tomatillo and pea flower tea.

The colours are “exquisitely fashioned but far from restrictive” and add elevated exuberance to any home, available in a range of finishes including dead flat and modern eggshell.

Find out more here: https://www.farrow-ball.com/christopher-john-rogers

 

Little Greene

 

Inspired by delicious deserts from around the world, Little Greene’s Sweet Treats collection has had decorators licking their lips.

The curated collection of shades of honey, caramel and chocolate is already proving popular with style-conscious homeowners across London.

Little Greene says it has seen an evolution of colours from magnolia to cool and warm greys, through to these warm and earthy shades.

Naivasha Elworthy, marketing manager at Leyland SDM, said: “It’s a busy time for painters and decorators across London and we’re pleased to have exciting new colours and competitions across our stores.

“We’ve already had dozens of Dulux customers leaving our stores with their prizes. It’s a great bit of fun.

“The new collections by Little Greene and Farrow & Ball are also proving popular. We’ve seen a significant transition from the greys and whites that have been so prevalent in recent years towards these warm, natural tones.”

Posted Sep 16, 2023 | 1 comment

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  1. Mike Byczkowski

    Choose the best paint brands for your next project.
    The variety in choice of colours is amazing.
    Not forgetting colour matching.

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