Our Lancashire Pine & Oak Furniture Company remains passionate about creating distinctive bespoke furniture, unique for your home. Proud to remain a traditional family run furniture company, we look to develop long-lasting trusting relationships with all our clients. Celebrating our 29th anniversary this year, we have the experience and craftsmanship to convert your ideas and dreams into custom-made reality, whilst providing dedicated and committed customer service.
Whether it’s a rustic set of dining room furniture or a classic bookcase to fit your entire wall (see here), we can work to your requirements and specifications, adding a touch of individuality and elegance that only bespoke design can provide.
We remain focused on the current trends in furniture design. Whether it’s tailored upholstery, classic comebacks or small space solutions, LPC Furniture are constantly on the ball when it comes to movements and influences in style. This gives us a broader knowledge when it comes to understanding your visualisation, and if required, offering you guidance and valuable advice.
We undertake commissions for bespoke furniture from a wide range of clients from across Lancashire. Some have a detailed sketch with measurements, and just need our assurance they’re in safe hands, and some needed a consultation with us to advise them on the best route to suit your needs. Listening to your requirements, and taking the time to get to know you is extremely important to us. After all, what’s right for one person, we know, won’t be right for another, so we’ll happily take the time to build strong trust and assurance and making sure we’re all on the same wavelength.
The passion we feel for the bespoke furniture we create is reflected in our attitude towards preserving the environment. Proud of our county, and in awe of our wildlife, we want out beautiful Lancashire landscape to stay that way. That’s why here at LPC Furniture, we make sure all our solid pine and oak is FSC approved and subjected to timber batch certification checks. Furthermore, any timber we cannot use, in addition to all our cardboard used for packaging, is recycled.