Our showroom is open on an appointment only basis. We stock a large selection of pattern books and these are available to customers who wish to use our making up services. If preferred Janice will be happy to bring a selection of pattern books out to your home when she comes to measure. We prefer to offer the pattern books for exclusive use of our customers and are not able to loan them out for home use where we are not making up the items required.
Quality Interior Furnishings
Janice Walker Interiors offers bespoke quality interior furnishings, as well as friendly advice and help, to people wanting to transform the look of their homes. Janice opened her first shop in Driffield in 1999 which quickly established itself as a beacon of excellence for those looking for quality furnishings. Now Janice Walker Interiors has moved to its new home on the Wolds Business Park on Skerne Road in Driffield. The new location gave Janice the opportunity to create a purpose built showroom, sewing room and office, with ample parking right outside the unit and a handy drop off and collection point for customers to use out of hours.
With 27 years experience, Janice and her team of four staff help their customers select the perfect fabrics and designs for their interiors. Janice offers a mobile service where she will visit her customers’ homes to advise on fabric choice and style. She also offers a full delivery and fitting service, including the fitting of curtain poles. The showroom has a full range of samples books for furnishing fabrics, wallpapers, trimmings, tiebacks, poles and tracks from leading quality suppliers.
Janice is happy to work on any project, large or small, from furnishing a full house to one blind or cushions. An in-house sewing service is available to cover all aspects of home furnishings such as window furnishings, bed furnishings, scatter cushions, loose covers and re-upholstery for domestic and commercial projects. Prior to owning her own business, Janice was a lecturer in Soft Furnishings at Bishop Burton College and she was also an external examiner for City and Guilds across the North of England.