Inspired by familiar motifs of the American Arts & Crafts movement, the Park Slope Collection evolves the style with a softer, lighter touch.
Harvey Ellis worked for Gustav Stickley in 1903. His influence is seen in the use of delicately shaped wood & metal inlays—and also the curved edges that lightened Stickley’s designs. His designs remain some of the most beloved in our Arts and Crafts collection.
Influenced by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the incised and pierced squares, tapered columns and pyramid pulls are the most striking features of the Highlands Collection. Each piece thoughtfully combines these elements in different ways, creating a harmonious look.
Stickley’s original Mission collection is truly timeless. The clean lines demonstrated in the collection look as good and functions as well in today’s home as it did when the pieces were originally designed. All Mission furniture is hand crafted in Central New York with American Hardwoods.
The Pasadena Bungalow Collection is inspired by the Arts and Crafts homes of Pasadena, California and the Asian-influenced designs of master architects and furniture designers Greene & Greene. We’ve given these sleek, fanciful designs an unexpected twist by creating them in solid wild cherry, with blackwood accents. This collection will lend a unique flavor and refinement to your home.
Beautiful American hardwoods, meticulously crafted in the US and adorned with the panoramic views of the Riverview Motawi art tile. The 2019 Collector Edition Console adds versatile beauty to any home. Available in solid quartersawn oak or cherry.
Create a look you’ll love with our new Modern Oak finishes. From beachy Sand all the way to stunningly graphic Onyx.
“When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece.” —John Ruskin
Well-designed furniture creates memories over time. Exceptional design requires meticulous construction, painstaking craft, and history. Each of these qualities lends permanence and meaning to timeless pieces. Discover the construction features that bring lasting value to Stickley furniture.