Stickley Strikes Again


According to

"The Stickley brothers burst into international prominence in the early 20th century with their Mission Oak designs. These were based on the notion that furniture should be "honest"—a reaction against the fake joinery, unnecessary gaudiness, and shoddy workmanship of many of the pieces created in the early days of industrial furniture making.


The Stickleys used solid construction, what-you-see-is-what-you-get joinery, and the highest quality woods. But even more, they showed a genius for design, creating hundreds of new forms that were at once beautiful to look upon, practical to use, exceedingly strong and long-lasting, and perfect for the new ways American families wanted to live."


We have a great selection of Stickley and other Mission Arts pieces! Currently on the floor, you'll find these Stickley beauties! 

1960's Rosewood Credenza with Tambour Doors

Stickley Brothers Rocker


Gustav Stickley Drop Leaf Table


Stickley Brothers Morris Chair Recliner 


Gustav Stickley Footstool


Gustav Stickley Rocker


If you want to see more of our current Mission Arts selection click here.


 If you like what you see, pop over and take a look! We're located at SE 7th and Clay with street parking available!