Editor's Note: This is the latest installment in a series of articles provided by Norwalk Economic Development Corp. Director Ellen Heinz, along with Main Street Program Manager Kristie Wert.
As with many of Norwalk's uptown businesses, Hill's Interiors has a long history of serving the Norwalk community. Merle and Betty Hill founded the business in 1952 and it is still a family-owned business. Roger Endsley purchased Hill's Interiors in 2003 and the store has continued to be an anchor business in the Norwalk area, providing interior design services and reinvesting in the community on a daily basis.
Hill's Interiors offers endless possibilities in interior design. Broad selections of paint, flooring, carpets, ceramic and porcelain tile, hardwoods and vinyl as well as fabrics for window treatments, blinds and shades help make those possibilities a reality. Styles and trends are constantly changing and Hill's Interiors has experienced interior designers on staff to help make projects seamless.
"At Hill's Interiors, it's the small things that make a big difference," Endsley said. "Whether it is the minor detail of an accurate measurement for a customer's blind, or a little piece of knowledge about hardwood that a customer gains from one of our experienced staff, it's our mission at Hill's Interiors to help our customers make the best possible choice for their home or office project."