Oak Furniture Lancashire
Discover our collection of Indoor Furniture
Are you looking for Oak Furniture in Lancashire? 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 showrooms which are located throughout the UK. Alternatively, you can view our extensive range of indoor furniture online and we will deliver throughout Lancashire.
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.
Lancashire is a non-metropolitan ceremonial county in north-west England. With direct transport links to London as well as other major cities, we believe Lancashire is worth a visit. Plus, with travelling to London so easily we would recommend a visit to our London showroom located in Phoenix Rose Garden Centre in Enfield.
If you're in the Lancashire area here are some fun things for you to do: Lancaster Castle - Owned by the serving monarch, HM Queen Elizabeth II, through the Duchy of Lancaster, Lancaster Castle is a wealth of English history. Astley Hall - One of Lancashire's most historic halls set in the beautiful park of the same name. The history of the Hall itself is full of intrigue, with stories of plotting and religious turmoil. It dates back to Elizabethan times with changes and additions over the centuries, all helping make a visit to the Hall a fascinating and enjoyable experience. Samlesbury Hall - Built in 1325 Samlesbury Hall is steeped in fascinating history, retaining its original typical black and white exterior, the Hall is almost equidistant between Blackburn and Preston, yet retaining a rural feel.
The Red Rose of Lancaster is the county flower found on the county's heraldic badge and flag. The rose was a symbol of the House of Lancaster, immortalised in the verse "In the battle for England's head/York was white, Lancaster red" (referring to the 15th-century Wars of the Roses). The traditional Lancashire flag, a red rose on a white field, was not officially registered. When an attempt was made to register it with the Flag Institute it was found that it was officially registered by Montrose in Scotland, several hundred years earlier with the Lyon Office. Lancashire's official flag is registered as a red rose on a gold field.