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A tradition of quality

Lexterten furniture at Westgate-On-Sea offers traditional, craftsmen-made furniture at realistic prices, offering exceptional value for money when compared to prices on the High Street. This probably accounts for the firm's commendable steady growth since its relaunch in 2003.
Kim Carter in the Lexterten Furniture showroom
There have been many changes since the original company's inception in the 1970's. Today it operates a leaner, direct-from-the-factory service - making full use of its excellent website and reflecting current retail trends. The factory and showroom have expanded, doubling the production facility.
Major investment in technology and highly trained staff has enabled Lexterten to thrive in an increasingly challenging manufacturing industry.
Its 25 staff are committed to producing the extensive range of high-quality, handmade traditional furniture, using 18th century designs, sometimes with a twist to meet customers individual requirements.
Last summer saw the launch of a charming ironwork garden and patio range available in three different attractive finishes. Included in the range are tables and chairs along with plant stands and other accessories. Now available to order is the eagerly awaited Contemporary Collection - certain to catch the eye of the next generation of Lexterten customer.
The modular system easily adapts to today's shifting lifestyles and the upholstered items come in a range of sophisticated fabrics. This includes the Spirit sofa, which, with its luxurious squashy cushions and choice of finishes, is set to become a design classic of the future.
The showroom at 14 Suffolk Avenue is open daily from Monday to Saturday from 9am-5pm and you will find ample parking and a warm welcome from the friendly staff. You can browse all the ranges on www.lexterten.com

Phil Stevens operating the computerised fabricator Dale Mitchell inlaying gold leaf

Article Date: 01/04/2005