This is great news for those who have an affinity for arts and crafts with a decidedly organic twist.
Plant & Paint has already gained a massive online following and thanks to their innovative approach alongside a selection of elements which can be used to accentuate the home, it should be no surprise that local Hull consumers have been clamouring to peruse the shelves of this new outlet.
This store offers a host of painting products alongside botanical items; ideal for anyone who has been looking to provide their home with a unique and personalised flavour that might not be possible with mainstream supplies. In fact, owner and operator Lara Roberts is one of the world's most respected experts in regards to painting techniques and colour palettes for the home.
The addition of Plant & Paint within Hulls Fruit Market is much more significant due to the fact that such a move signals a larger impetus to restore the Hull waterfront. Considerable investments from respected firms such as Wykeland Beal illustrate the renewed amount of interest in an area that was once considered to be an eyesore. It is therefore fully understandable that the future looks bright for Plant & Paint as well as the entire Hull district.
Plant & Paint is a store with a decidedly personal twist due in no small part to the efforts put forth by Lara Roberts with the help of local artisans. She was recently quoted as saying:
"I’m very grateful to my guest creators who have been helping me restock after a busy first few days. Their work is proving really popular and selling well – which is a great problem to have!"
So, it does indeed appear that Hulls Fruit Market can enjoy yet another interesting retail outlet within its confines. Locals should also note that this store has been provided with handicapped-accessible amenities. Plant & Paint is open from Tuesday to Saturday and on Sundays between 11 AM and 3 PM. Anyone who has been looking to embellish their home with a host of plants alongside a unique colour palette should make it a point to visit Plant & Paint in the near future.
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