Used Stickley Furniture : Red Door Furniture.
Used Stickley Furniture
- Gustav Stickley (March 9, 1858 – April 21, 1942) was a manufacturer of furniture and the leading proselytizer for the American Arts and Crafts movement, an extension of the British Arts and Crafts movement.
Stickley Bros. reproduction rocker
The craigslist listing said this came from Macy's; I'm sure that's right, though the only Stickley-style chair Macy's lists for sale now is a Morris chair (I would like a Morris chair too).
It's exactly the match to a Stickley brothers chair in a repro catalog I have (and quite similar, as much of L & JG's furniture was, to a design sold by big brother Gustav). More than likely made by the current incarnation of Stickley?, which has a line of the old Arts & Crafts styles.
Really changed the whole character of the massively unfinished room when I brought it in, after finding a cab big enough to put it in the trunk. The oil stains aren't as apparent in real life as they are in the flash (though the leather's sustained a little more, Phoebe-separation-anxiety wear since this shot). There's a tiny bit of white paint transfer on the edges from bringing it down from the seller's too-tight stairwell.
But. $100. (And $40 for cab + tip home.) Even for reproduction that's not a bad price.
The "boys" sleeping porch
Each family member bedroom (3) has a sleeping porch. The other 2 bedrooms, for visitors or sick family members, had no porches. The live in help used rooms we weren't shown but we saw the Stickley furniture the staff were forced to use, on a porch off the massive kitchen.
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