PPG’s Bristol paint win designer interior styling session

PPG’s Bristol paint win designer interior styling session

11:44 AM, 16th September 2019

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA: PPG Industries said that its Bristol paint brand is giving customers the chance to elevate their spring painting and decoration projects with one of five interior styling sessions with Naomi Findlay, Australia’s award-winning rapid-renovation expert, that are up for grabs.

With Bristol paint by PPG, getting a designer look for your home or workplace without the lavish expense has never been more achievable. Bristol paint by PPG has all your painting and interior decorating needs covered, including paint for any surface, specialty finishes, preparatory products, wallpaper and borders, and all the tools of the trade to get the job done right. You also can use the brand’s True Colour Matching System to match paint colours to accent pieces, such as fabric and tile.

The 34 Bristol paint specialist stores across Australia are owned and run by a network of independent local operators, backed by world-leading paint and coatings manufacturer PPG.

Findlay is the founder and principal of the International Institute of Home Styling and NaomiFindlay.com and the creator of the award-winning Rapid Reno Mate smartphone app. Each year, she helps thousands of people across the country create healthy, wealthy and beautiful spaces.

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