This is a model of a Gustav Stickley plant stand.
This is a model of a reproduction of the Gustav Stickley No. 369 Morris Chair.
Reproduce an Arts & Crafts classic and reward yourself with the ultimate easy chair. By Robert W. Lang Pages: 28-35 From the April 2011 issue #189 Buy this issue now In Gustav Stickley’s book Craftsman Homes, there is a picture of this chair with the following caption: “A big deep chair that means comfort to a tired man...
Gustav Stickley and his furniture company were a complex and paradoxical lot. Stickley was a design icon, yet no drawings or work-notes in his hand seem to have survived (although the work of a number of nameless designers for his company does survive). He was a moderate socialist, and an aggressive businessman. He glorified...
This is a model of the Tusk-Tenon Bookrack published by Popular Woodworking in their issue #163 of August 2007.
This is a model of a reproduction of a rare Limbert Tabouret, constructed by editor Christopher Schwarz.
This is a model of a reproduction Limbert wastebasket featured in an article in the February 2000 issue of Popular Woodworking magazine.
This is a model of a Wright-inspired light fixture constructed by former senior editor David Thiel.
This is a model of the Simple Mission Side Chair.