DANBURY, Conn. -- Darien-based Ring’s End Inc. has opened a new full-service paint store at 59 Federal Road in Danbury, next to the Frank Pepe Pizzeria.
The 2,400 square-foot store features the line of Benjamin Moore paints as well as a comprehensive array of home fashions. Ring's End offers service to its new customers by a seasoned sales team.
The store’s manager, Brandon Watkins, has been working for Ring’s End for 13 years, most recently as the paint manager at Ring’s End in Wilton. The sales team at Ring’s End has an average of more than 10 years of in-store experience.
“One of the real differentiators for me is that Ring’s End is a family-owned and run business – and that’s a culture that translates to the store level,” said Watkins. “My staff and I treat customers like they are our own family; we are a friendly and hardworking crew, and we truly appreciate every customer who walks in to see us. We will do what it takes to get the job done for them. We want this store to be a place where people can bring their families in, feel welcome, and enjoy a great shopping experience."
The new Home Fashions offering includes the full array of Hunter Douglas window treatments; wall coverings by brands such as Thibaut, Phillip Jeffries, Osborne & Little and Farrow & Ball; and will include fabrics from brands including Robert Allen, Duralee, and Shumacher. In addition, interior decorator and Benjamin Moore-certified color consultant Jenifer Tonnesen will provide customers complimentary guidance and advice on decorating and color decisions.
Ring's End is a family-owned company with 15 locations in Connecticut and southern New York. Ring's End provides lumber, millwork, building materials, hardware, kitchen and bath cabinetry, paint and painting supplies, architectural hardware, and tools for area contractors, architects, and homeowners. Every Ring's End retail location has a full-service paint center
Rings End also has stores in Bethel, Branford, Fairfield, New London, New Milford, Niantic, Norwalk, two in Stamford, Westport, West Haven and Wilton as well as one in Lewisboro, N.Y.
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