A house made of sticks is the perfect centerpiece for this Stickley oak dining table. Gustav Stickley was a master of wood and clean lines in building homes and furniture. This centerpiece may not be suitable for habitation but it looks good on this dining table. Forget the plastic flowers or the bowl of fruit on the table. Choose something unique and different that will draw attention to your Stickley oak dining table.
Stickley Oak Dining Table
Inspired by the clean lines of Gustav Stickley, this oak dining table has a thick wood top and similar base with decorative cast iron accents. Stickley was a furniture manufacturer in the early 1900’s and the most influential leader of the American Craftsman style. Stickley furniture reflected simplicity, sound construction and truth in materials. Plain surfaces were embellished with stain to enhance the grain of the wood and to draw attention to the exposed mortise and tenon construction. Hammered iron and copper hardware also emphasized the handmade qualities of his furniture. This Stickley oak dining table was based on these attributes and was enhanced with ornate decorative accents below to make it a truly unique piece of furniture for your home. And staying true to the materials used with a solid planked oak top and cast iron details, this dining table will last for years to come. Use this table in the kitchen, the formal dining room or in a commercial space and it will add form and function just the way Gustav Stickley would have wanted.