About Us

In today’s world it is rare to find genuine people running a business. However when it comes to home interior stores, there are still some that prioritise honesty and integrity above all else.
Here at Paul James Home we listen to our customer’s needs, we take the time to understand what they are looking for and provide them with personalised recommendations that suit their preferences and budget.
We take pride in being there for our customers and being committed to transparency, we are upfront about pricing, installation timelines and any potential issues that may arise during the process. This level of honesty allows us to build a relationship of trust with our customers which serves as a foundation for future collaborations.

The Beautiful Building We Are Located In

Alexander Street was the site of the Clydebank Co-operative Society's first purpose-built shop. A loan of £2,000 from the Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society helped towards the total cost of £3,500, with the rest of the money coming from the membership. The brand new building, consisting of two shops and fifteen houses, opened on 26 May 1887. One of the new shops was originally devoted to drapery and hardware, and the other was a butcher's shop.
Further expansion took place over the years. A boot and shoe shop was opened in 1893, with a repair shop at the back. The rest of the street frontage was converted into shops in 1903. Further along Alexander Street, a large drapery warehouse was opened in 1917 and was extended by the addition of a new boot department and a mantle salon in 1940.
On 31 March 1917, the Clydebank Co-operative Society opened a new Central Drapery and Furnishings warehouse in Chalmers Street. Designed in Renaissance style by the Glasgow architects, Stewart & Patterson, the four-storey red sandstone building comprised a central block and west wing, with a total frontage of 256 feet. When built, it was the largest business premises in Clydebank and towered above all other shops in the Burgh. An east wing was added later.
By 1948 the Clydebank Co-op had come a long way from modest beginnings in 1881. It was the largest retailer in Clydebank, and had a strong presence in north-west Glasgow. The process of expansion had been helped by amalgamations with several neighbouring societies.
In addition to numerous retail branches, the CCS owned a boot making factory, a meat preparation factory with a modern refrigeration plant, and a creamery. The Society had also diversified into activities such as funeral undertaking and car hiring, and employed tradesman such as painters, plumbers and electricians.

Why Choose Us?

Relaxed Shopping Experience

Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere in our showroom with customized service and no hard selling tactics.

Value for Your Money

Receive exceptional value and comfort for your money!

Personalized Service

We are here to help you in anyway we can, enjoy our custom tailored services!

High-Quality Products

We source high-quality products to ensure our clients are always satisfied!

Our Friendly Team

We focus on building relationships, our friendly team is excited to help you discover the right items for your home.