Buy now, pay later with Klarna and Laybuy
We've partnered with Klarna and Laybuy to offer you flexible and secure ways to pay for your wall transformation!
Find out more information below.
How it works
We've partnered with Klarna and Laybuy, so you can start your wall transformation now and either pay for it later or spread the cost over several instalments with no interest or fees. Simply select your preferred payment method at the checkout, and you'll be prompted to log in or sign up with your chosen provider.
After you complete your purchase, we'll ship your order as usual, and you'll receive an email from your chosen payment provider letting you know the next steps.
Safe and secure
Klarna and Laybuy use the highest security standards when handling your information and processing payments, which is why we've chosen them as our lending service partners. Both providers require your verification to make purchases and have strong anti-fraud controls in place, ensuring your details and data are protected.
Pay in 3 with Klarna
Split the cost and pay in three monthly interest-free instalments. The first payment will be taken when your order is confirmed, with payments two and three scheduled automatically for 30 and 60 days later respectively.
Pay in 30 with Klarna
Place your order today and make the full interest-free payment up to 30 days later – schedule automatically or pay when you choose. Try your order at home and only pay for what you keep.
Pay in 6 with Laybuy
Spread the cost over six weekly interest-free instalments. Make your first payment when placing your order and pay the rest automatically on your chosen day over the following five weeks.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you'd like more information about Klarna and its payment options, please visit its FAQ page here.
To find out more about Laybuy and using its credit agreement, please visit its FAQ page here.
Klarna's and Laybuy's payment schemes are unregulated credit agreements with no interest or fees. Borrowing more than you can afford and missed or late payments may incur late fees and impact your ability to obtain credit in the future.