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Alexander Rose Garden Furniture
Based in Sussex and distributing across the UK and much of Europe, Alexander Rose's wide range of quality Garden Furniture and accessories are designed to mix and match to suit individual needs.
Our stunning range of traditional and contemporary garden furniture and accessories are designed to enhance any outdoor lifestyle. For the more traditional choose from Teak, Iroko, Mahogany, Pine or FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) Hardwood furniture and for the more contemporary choose from eye catching furniture designs that explore a variety of materials which are suited equally to both inside and outside.
Alexander Rose Garden furniture and accessories are only available from retail outlets listed under the resellers page.
Garden furniture from Alexander Rose
With over twenty years' experience of manufacturing and marketing quality hardwood garden furniture, Alexander Rose is the UK market leader in this field and maintains its reputation for the best in quality, style and comfort. We use only the higest quality materials available. In turn this reduces the amount of warping, twisting and cracking, and increases the durability of the furniture. The hardware used is rust resistant and made from either solid brass, yellow zinc plated or stainless steel.
Our commitment starts with the careful selection of raw material and continues right through to the after-sales service.
We manufacture most of our furniture in Ghana, West Africa. The furniture factory is based in MIM, a small village where we employ local workers. We pay good wages and workers receive healthcare for themselves and their families. The MIM School was started in 1998 with the factory constructing the classrooms. Local children are given the opportunity of a proper education and training for the future.
Here in the UK, Alexander Rose actively fund raise for computer and sports equipment and have an ever-expanding child sponsorship programme, allowing poorer families to send their children to school.