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Interiors business Avoda Stein opens showroom at Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead

PUBLISHED: 11:00 18 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:38 19 November 2017

Ryan Paine, managing director at Avoda Stein

Ryan Paine, managing director at Avoda Stein


An online interiors retailer has opened its first showroom location at Suffolk Food Hall in Wherstead near Ipswich.

Avoda Stein showroom at the Suffolk Food HallAvoda Stein showroom at the Suffolk Food Hall

The company called Avoda Stein offers an eclectic range of lighting, tiles, wallpaper, furniture and fabrics.

Managing director Ryan Paine has 15 years experience working in interior design and has been involved in projects for the Salthouse Hotel on Ipswich Waterfront and Retreat East near Coddenham.

He said his approach is to hand pick each item for its “individuality, style and high quality finish”. Brands the store stocks include local artist Lucy Tiffney’s wall coverings and soft furnishings and Watt & Veke lighting.

Mr Payne added: “We value our clients and understand how important it is to look at different colours and options when planning a project, whether it’s a small room refresh or a complete refurbishment, and everything in between”.

Sales and marketing manager at the Suffolk Food Hall, Russ Haddow, welcomed the concession.

He said: “We are sure Avoda Stein will be a valuable asset to Suffolk Food Hall, their reputation for superior quality products and fantastic customer service match our vision and will surely complement our already successful home and garden department.”

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