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Paige brings fresh eyes to Wodonga interior business

Wodonga’s Lawton's Interiors has a new owner and Paige Dalley has grand plans for the window dressing business.

“When I first started looking at businesses I really wanted one that is well established, has a good reputation for quality and service, was ingrained in the community and allowed me to combine professional and personal passions,” Ms Dalley said.

“Lawton's Interiors was the perfect fit for me, and I am fortunate to have Mark Treloar (previous owner) as a mentor moving forward to ensure the business continuity and quality continues as we transition.”

Ms Dalley has purchased the business after 17 years in government across state and local sectors, which has included housing and homelessness, community development, placemaking and activations and events. Her most recent role was at Wodonga Council where she was Team Leader Events.  

She is studying interior design and is passionate about working with people, curating experiences and getting the best outcome. 
“As a new business owner, I am looking forward to bringing a fresh lens to the industry and to work with existing and new clients to bring their visions to life,” Ms Dalley said.

“In the coming months, customers can expect to see the introduction of EFT as a payment option, a refresh of the showroom and some updated content on our website and socials.”

Lawton's Interiors is a 45-year-old business that has had a High Street presence for more than 28 years. 

It specialises in made-to-measure residential and commercial blinds, curtains, shutters, external awnings, safety doors, repairs and much more. 
Lawton’s services Albury-Wodonga and surrounds and provide free, no obligation measure and quotes in the comfort of your home. 

The business also provides estimates for new home builders based on their house plans, so people are welcome to call and make a time to come in and see the selection of different options available. 

The showroom at 96 High Street, Wodonga, is open from 10am-3pm Monday to Friday, with after hours and Saturdays by appointment.

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