Widest Selection Of Decorating Products In The Eastbourne Area
The Eastbourne Brewers Decorator Centre not only offers the widest selection of decorating products in the area but is also host to our flagship home showroom. We also offer protective coatings expertise for specialist paint applications. You can book an in-store interior design consultation and tradespeople can arrange for site visits too.
Please note we cannot accept dogs into our café or showroom areas.
Many of our staff have been here for more than 30 years, so there’s an abundance of technical, product, and application knowledge available. And because there’s so much to explore and choose from, we’ve made your visit more comfortable with a customer café and toilets. There’s parking outside, including disabled parking bays and we’re open 7 days a week for trade and retail customers alike.
Paint Mixing Facilities In Store!
In addition to all the usual paints, wallpapers, decorating tools, and equipment, we offer the new Brewers Home range, which includes an impressive display of furniture, bedding, roomsets, and lighting – all available to buy in-store.
Within our Eastbourne Brewers store, you will find the café, the perfect place to enjoy a refreshing cold drink, hand-baked goods and beautifully brewed tea and coffee. You will be greeted by warm, welcoming smiles from the café team who will be on hand to recommend the latest tasty treat! Once you have taken some time out to think about your next project, deciding on a scheme will be effortless! The café is open 9 am - 3 pm Monday to Saturday and 10:15 am - 3 pm on Sunday.
24 hour pick up at your local Brewers!
Designed for the busy decorator, the Brewers Collect Anytime service uses a simple and secure lock box system.
When ordering your goods with your local Brewers, you'll be sent a code (unique to your order) by SMS so that you can access the secure lock box at a time that suits you.
Made to Measure service at your local store
You’ll find us opposite Tesco in Lottbridge Drove, a short distance from the roundabout where A2290 and A259 meet.