Melissa Stevenson, Sophie Bourke and Louise de Lissa at Galleria Interiors.
Melissa Stevenson, Sophie Bourke and Louise de Lissa at Galleria Interiors. Contributed

A touch of decor adds class to Rose City

HOME decorating in the Rose City has just gotten easier.

Galleria Interiors this week hosted a function at their Palmerin St location to welcome guests inside and showcase their range.

Director Sarah Littleproud said the store aimed to cater to the needs of customers.

"We can go to people's houses, show them a mood board, have a cushion colour consultation,” Mrs Littleproud said.

"We want to provide people with items that suit their taste.

"Customer service has been a big part of Mr Rentals, and in a small town, we want people to make the right choices.”

Galleria Interiors debuted in the Rose City two days prior to Jumpers and Jazz, and Mrs Littleproud said residents have warmed to the store.

"The response from customers has been fantastic,” she said.

"The store has attracted a different type of customer set, and we've tried to appeal to a broader market.

"Some people have told us it's their favourite shop in Warwick, and they have to stop coming because they buy too many things!”

A look inside Galleria Interiors.
A look inside Galleria Interiors. Contributed

With the positive start to the opening of the business, Mrs Littleproud said the business was looking to continue bringing new ideas to the area.

"We are looking at introducing styling courses and information drop sessions in the new year,” she said.

"We will also have an online store coming hopefully by February 2018.

"It will offer click and collect, and afterpay, as well as our current lay-by and finance.

"We have 20 different supply companies, and we want to turn items over and keep up with trends, both modern and in season.

"A crossover of goods between Galleria Interiors and Mr Rental also offers flexibility for customers.

"There is also a property stage people can look at in Pratten St, which shows the work we can do, and items we sell.

"Customers are able to view by appointment, and it gives them a chance to see what the products look like in a home setting.”



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