Wilsons Paints

Wilsons Paints

Wilsons Paints was set up in 1990 by David & Linda Wilson after separate careers. They now have almost 28 years of experience each in the paint trade between them in both the domestic and industrial trades. Jack, their son, joined the business in 2007 and is now working to the same, high principles the business has been built on over the years, even launching his own paint range.

Wilsons paints moved in to the current shop at The Old Fire Station, Exmouth, in 2005 around the time the family started making the unique and popular Coach Enamel for the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace.

The Coach Enamel was not the first product they have developed though. Back in the 1990’s, they developed the ever popular Devon Wood Oil which has become one of the most popular products we sell today.

Over the years Wilsons paints have helped many people by modifying products or by using some radical ideas to satisfy specifications and needs developing a growing reputation in the process.


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Nigel has been publishing magazines since 1995 (some 20+ years now). Passionate about our countryside and heritage, the magazines reflect this interest. Nigel's the Editor of the DEVONSHIRE magazine which he established in 2009 and founder of the innovative HUBCAST event promotion platform which launched in 2011