For more than 120 years, Stickley has stood for unparalleled American craft. And our story began with three words: “Als Ik Kan”—to the best of my ability.
The Park Slope Collection starts with familiar Mission features like spindles and reverse-tapered posts, then evolves the style with softer, organic curves, seamlessly highlighting brilliant hardwood and honest construction.
A New Generation of Arts and Crafts
Arranging spindles in curves and bows creates a fresh perspective from every direction. They also filter light, casting beams and shadows that shift throughout the day. A piece that lends the room a certain look in the morning may create an entirely new mood as the sun sets.
Comfort with Every Curve
The Park Slope Platform Bed shows how a mid-century modern influence lightens the Arts and Crafts style. Its spindled wraparound headboard embraces the occupant, and a raised cantilever base adds airy space all around.
The Park Slope Accent Chair, with its sculptural arm rest and sheltering curve of tall square spindles, received the 2019 Design Impact Award from the American Society of Industrial Designers.