We take great pride in the manufacture of our furniture which is crafted to the highest standard. From bookcases, desks and fitted kitchen units to ornate dressers and bedside cabinets - andeverything inbetween - our quality of workmanship and service is second to none. All our furniture is made to measure from the very best materals and can incorporate all the design aspects and finishing touches you require.
If you are looking for an extensive range of furniture to suit your home, lifestyle and budget then look no further. We are a long established family run business just off the M4 Heading towardsCarmarthen and Pembrokeshire, offering a unique shopping experience. The store offers over 30,000 sq.
Oakwood Furniture make hand crafted hardwood furniture. Based in Carmarthenshire, South Wales we source and create tables, cabinets, fire surrounds, mantle pieces shelves, mirror frames and othercraft items. Why not contact us to get a quote for your project.
We have been serving our customers in Llanelli, Swansea and all over Carmarthenshire for over 25 years. Our store in Sandy Bridge, Llanelli, has a selection of furniture, carpets and flooring to suitall tastes. Whether you want a new sofa, a dining table or cane furniture to help add the finishing touches to your home, our experienced and trained staff can help you find whatever you need to make your home complete.
Our quality oak furniture is crafted to give a lifetime of use and we hold a range of both traditional and contemporary styles. If an item is not in stock we can usually supply and deliver our oakfurniture within a week of order. Our wide range of pine furniture includes the option of bespoke, made to measure items that will be manufactured by British craftsmen.
As our name suggests, and in a world of mass-production, we make one-off handmade pieces of furniture, full of the character of the wood. We use Welsh & British hardwoods and are passionate aboutusing not only oak, but all the amazing array of native trees such as sycamore, beech, holly or cherry. Most furniture-makers look for uniformity and regularity in their timber.