Furniture Inspired by Gustov Stickley

Gustov Stickley is considered by many to be the father of the American Arts and Crafts movement.  He designed much of the furniture that we think of when we think of Arts and Crafts, or Mission, furniture.  Many of the other furniture designers of this style had worked for Stickley at one time or another and were no doubt influenced by him.


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Mission style queen bed with matching end tables

This bed and end tables are examples of the basic mission style. The use of slats and through tenons are a mainstay in this style.

Executive Desk with quarter sawn white oak

This very large and sturdy desk was made to a client's specifications. The lower drawers on each side are designed to hold either letter size or legal size files. There are three pullout breadboard writing trays, one on either side of the kneehole and the third is on the customer side of the desk.

This desks uses traditional mortise and tenon construction and has blind dovetail drawers.

The top measures 36 inches by 72 inches.

Executive Credenza with quarter sawn white oak

This credenza was made to match the Executive desk. It is also made to the client's specifications. The doors on the right side open to reveal two sliding drawers, one for a printer and a smaller one for paper storage. The middle drawer above the kneehole has a drop down front and is specially designed for a computer keyboard.

The top measures 18 inches by 60 inches. The credenza is 29 1/2 inches tall.


Executive Credenza with quarter sawn white oak

This credenza was designed to allow for multiple options for drawers and cabinets. The area to either side of the center drawer can be custom designed to meet each client's needs.


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