Oak Furniture Maidenhead
Discover our collection of Indoor Furniture
Are you looking for Oak Furniture in Maidenhead? We have been working closely with some big indoor furniture manufacturers to bring you several ranges and designs of solid oak furniture for every room. Our oak furniture is designed using only the finest materials and will soon be available to view in our UK-based showrooms, including our Flagship Essex store. Alternatively, you can view our extensive range of indoor furniture online and we will deliver throughout the Maidenhead area.
We have indoor furniture available for every room including the bedroom, dining, office, living, and nursery. For more information on our Oak Furniture range visit one of our showrooms below and speak to our knowledgeable team in person or give our team of friendly customer sales advisors a call to hear their expert advice.
Whatever you're looking for we have plenty of choice and variation. Our Oak Furniture Sets come in all shapes and sizes to meet all of your needs and suit every room. Oak Furniture is more popular than ever thanks to its long-lasting, durable qualities and stylish appearance. We pride ourselves on offering a fantastic selection of oak furniture designs from dining sets to bedframes and everything in between.
Our large range of oak dining sets have been carefully selected with our customers' needs in mind. From small round tables to large extending rectangular dining tables we have something to suit everyone. Whether you have a large family or enjoy hosting dinner parties your dining room will look spectacular with a brand new dining set including comfortable chairs and a sturdy table. With such a wide selection you are sure to find something to match your style and budget.
If you're looking for Oak Bedroom Furniture then you've come to the right place, we offer a large range of bed frames from single to king-size as well as an extensive collection of nightstands, wardrobes, chest of drawers, dressing tables and mirrors. With many designs and different finishes including paint, wax, and lacquer there is a colour and style to match every bedroom.
If you wish to continue your oak furniture theme throughout other rooms in your house we also have a stylish collection of office and nursery furniture as well as some great sideboards and display cabinets which would look great in any kitchen or dining room. With a choice of finish, colour and handle you will be spoilt for choice on all of our oak furniture ranges.
Maidenhead's name, strictly speaking, refers to the busy riverside area where the "New wharf" or "Maiden Hythe" was built, perhaps as early as Saxon times. It has been suggested that the nearby Great Hill of Taplow was called the "Mai Dun" by the Iron Age Brythons. The area of the town centre was originally known as "South Ellington" and is recorded in the Domesday Book as Ellington in the hundred of Beynhurst.
Bray village is just outside of Maidenhead and is the only village in the world to have two, three-starred Michelin restaurants - The Waterside Inn run by Michael Roux and The Fat Duck run by Heston Blumenthal. There are only four triple starred Michelin restaurants in the UK. In 1280, a bridge was erected across the river to replace a ferry in what was then the hamlet of South Ellington. The Great West Road to Reading, Gloucester and Bristol was diverted over the new bridge - previously it kept to the north bank crossed the Thames by ford at Cookham-and mediaeval Maidenhead grew up around it. Within a few years, a wharf was constructed next to the bridge and the South Ellington name was dropped with the area becoming known as Maidenhythe (literally meaning "new wharf"). The earliest record of this name change is in the Bray Court manorial rolls of 1296. The bridge led to the growth of Maidenhead: a stopping point for coaches on the journeys between London and Bath and the High Street became populated with inns. The current Maidenhead Bridge, a local landmark, dates from 1777 and was built at a cost of £19,000.
Situated on the River Thames, the town is a rowing centre. The Maidenhead Rowing Club organises the Maidenhead Regatta which, along with the Marlow Regatta and Henley Regatta, is often seen as a testing ground for Olympic rowing athletes. Maidenhead has often seen winners go on to represent the United Kingdom at the Olympic games. The town's football team, Maidenhead United, play at York Road, which is the oldest football ground in the world continuously used by the same team.