Stickley’s American-made Mission furniture holds an enduring place in the history of design. Its original pieces, inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement and its rejection of the mass-produced, uninspired designs of the Victorian era, emphasized hardwood construction, simple lines, and the skill of the hand-craftsman. Reissued in 1989, our Mission-style furniture continues to celebrate the honest materials, clean, practical forms, and lasting craftsmanship that defined it from the start of the 20th century.


Introducing New Additions to the Mission Collection 

An infusion of new Mission pieces brings fresh energy to our signature collection. You’ll find occasional and upholstered furniture, a new rug design, and more Little Treasures!

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The Finest Materials

Our Mission collection is handcrafted in Upstate New York from the highest-quality hardwoods. Solid American white oak is quartersawn to reveal ray flake patterning that makes each piece unique, and solid American black cherry develops a rich patina over time.


Craftsmanship You Can See

Visible, dependable construction features like mortise-and-tenon joinery, quadralinear posts, and side-hung, center-guided drawers were perfected by Leopold Stickley to make Mission furniture exceedingly strong and long-lasting. 


Natural Beauty Revealed

To highlight every detail of the wood’s grain, we use only clear, hand-applied finishes in a variety of tones, each one chosen to best show off the intrinsic beauty of the species. 

  • Oak and Cherry

    For your favorite Mission pieces, choose quartersawn white oak for a deeply grained, dimensional appearance, or cherry for a subtler grain, rich in patina.

  • Finishes

    Mission finishes have a unique clarity seldom seen in furniture today, ensuring that every detail of the wood grain is not only visible but beautifully enhanced. 

  • Hardware

    Made with a variety of antiqued metal finishes, vintage Mission hardware styles range from bail pulls to hammered pyramidal knobs.

The Stickley Difference