Paul was supported on the project by Lee Crossland, Leeds and Yorkshire Technical Support Manager for Dulux Decorator Centre 360.
"I’d heard PA Schofields was about to start work on the high-end restaurant conversion so got in contact with Paul to let him know about our new product that would be perfect for him.
I talked Paul through the benefits of Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt and that the appearance of the finish would be an ideal fit for the design he was looking to achieve, while explaining how the improved durability would allow the restaurant to look better for longer.
PA Schofields also undertakes decorating works for many high-class projects throughout the country and specifically the London area, which could all benefit from using Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt."
The project saw the client completely gut the property and undertake extensive building work, including an extension. An upstairs function room was also created alongside an outside dining and drinking area.
From start to finish the process took 18 months.
On the design of the project Paul explained:
"We didn’t want to do anything run-of- the-mill. We tried to make this different from anywhere else.
Before our client bought it - it was just a tatty old pub that hadn’t been renovated for ages.
Our brief was to give it a thoroughly modern feel. We started with the wallpapers and the floor finishes and took it from there."
Since the current Coronavirus restrictions have come into force, the restaurant has been open for take-away business only.
And Paul has been checking in to see how the Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt has been performing.
"The clients are very happy that the paint cleaned easily without removing the paint from the plaster substrate.
I’m really glad Lee got in contact and offered us the chance to try the Dulux Trade ScuffShield Matt. It was perfect for the job."