Special ‘Shabby Chic’ event marks Treacy’s ‘Operation Transformation’

Located on the Athlone Road in Roscommon town, Treacy Décor, a member of the Albany group, has a strong reputation for quality paints and wallpapers in Roscommon town and beyond.

Proprietor Thomas Treacy pictured at Treacy Decor in Roscommon. Photo: Michelle Hughes Walsh

Thomas Treacy took over the family-run business and has overseen a major renovation of the store in the last two years. The entire shop has been transformed into a new and modern paint and wallpaper showroom as well as a consultation space, offering a wide range of brands and exclusive products.

Treacy’s joined the Albany Home Décor Group in 2007 and added significant profile to the brand in the west of Ireland. This alliance with Ireland’s only specialist décor buying group allows for better sourcing of products and the ability to offer customers competitive pricing and value through promotions and deals.

Keeping up with the latest trends in interior and exterior decorating, Treacy’s is now Roscommon’s one-stop shop for Colourtrend Paints, Fleetwood Prestige, Frenchic Paints, Smith and Rogers, Two Fussy Blokes Accessories, and many others.

To mark its recent transformation, Treacy Décor hosted a very special ‘Shabby Chic’ event on Friday last which featured Aileen Hogan of Shabby.ie.

There was a good turnout for the event as Aileen offered expert advice and tips on painting and staining. There was also a raffle on the night with excellent prizes up for grabs.

Speaking to the Roscommon People on Friday night last, Treacy Décor owner, Thomas Treacy, said: “We were delighted to welcome over 60 people to our Shabby Chic event. It shows that there is real interest in DIY among the people of Roscommon and surrounding areas. There’s also great support for the service we offer here and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support.

“Treacy Décor prides itself in specialist customer service in aspects of colour consultancy and paint specifications whilst also keeping up to date with the latest trends and designs in the market”.