Welcome to Inside Stickley, a reboot of our blog that will offer frequent peeks behind the curtain of this iconic company. Few brands have a history as rich as ours, so we’re eager to share some of our favorite snapshots from that history, celebrate its well-known and lesser-known personalities, and remind readers why Stickley remains so special after 120 years! You’ll even find the occasional goodie among the articles: downloadable content, fun giveaways, and opportunities to share your #StickleyStyle and stories. Subscribe to our email list and never miss a new entry. We look forward to you coming along for the ride!
Shortly after Alfred and Aminy Audi purchased L. & J.G. Stickley from Louise Stickley in 1974, they discovered yet another legacy left behind by her late husband, Leopold. Stored in the basement of the company’s Fayetteville, New York, factory was a considerable collection of antique furniture that he’d acquired and squirreled away over many years: Dutch and German pieces from the Northern New York countryside that inspired his Cherry Valley colonial collection, as well as English pieces shipped back from his travels in Europe.
If there were any doubt as to who set Gustav Stickley on the Arts and Crafts path, the very first issues of his Craftsman
“Altogether, he is to be regretted as one who possessed the sacred fire of genius.” This often-quoted tribute to Harvey Ellis, written by Gustav
For well over a century, Stickley has been a force in the world of furniture, and one with a distinctive, easy-to-recognize look. That amazing hardwood
Throughout the recent COVID-19 challenge we have been buoyed by the resilience and care we have experienced in our communities. We acknowledge that we have
On November 7, 2019, Stickley Audi & Co. in White Plains, NY celebrated the culmination of a showroom renovation with a grand opening celebration. Attendees
Stickley Audi & Co. is pleased to announce its participation in the 2019 This Old House Idea House in a classic-meets-contemporary home located in the