Our Gallery photographs seek to illustrate the variety of the furniture we make and how every single set of furniture we make is unique.
When our customers order a set of Oxley's furniture, of whatever size, they can choose from any of our collections (or mix pieces from several collections). They can choose to have the furniture finished in any colour and they can choose from literally thousands of different fabrics. It is no wonder in the last 32 years no two sets of furniture leaving our Cotswold factory have been the same. Our aim has always been to make the very best outdoor furniture for our customers exactly how they want it. Outdoor furniture made to last generations.
Oxley’s luxury outdoor furniture is made with enduring craftsmanship to last a lifetime. Each piece is sand casted and finished by skilled workers in the heart of the Cotswolds, bespoke to your requirements. We are proud to say our furniture can be found in some of the most prestigious buildings & homes throughout the UK, Europe and all over the world.
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