Stickley Furniture will modernize familiar forms for the High Point market

Furniture World News Bureau on 10/15/2022

Walnut Grove Introduction echoes the unique design motifs of its parent collection.

Stickley Furniture has announced that its October High Point Market introductions will update familiar shapes with a 48-piece Origins by Stickley upholstery collection, three new occasional groups, three contemporary lifestyle recliners, seven additions to the Surrey Hills collection, a Harvey Ellis introduction, five new hand-knotted rugs and 60 new fabrics and leathers.

These products will be featured in Stickley’s High Point showroom at 225 North Elm Street.

ORIGINS BY STICKLEY™ UPHOLSTERY: Origins by Stickley upholstery offers modern, stylish interpretations of classic shapes, all at an entry price for eight-way hand-knotted Stickley furniture. Three styles include Belleville, a contemporary roll-arm design; Harper, a smooth update of an English arm; and Keene, an architectural track arm. All are available as full and mid-size sofas, stationary and swivel chairs, ottomans and sectionals, for a total of 48 pieces.

NEW CASUAL GROUPS: Three stand-alone casual styles – Modern Canton, Traditional Olympia and Casual Lowell – create new possibilities for the home. Each offers a distinctive design point of view and comes in its own exclusive and curated finish. Crafted from sapele wood, the Canton slab-style cocktail, side, and console tables feature a carved texture on their vertical surfaces; the Olympia and Lowell groups, both in oak, also include drinking tables and have patterned veneer tops that showcase beautiful grains.

Lifestyle Recliners: Recliner introductions have been reimagined for a new generation, inspired by the award-winning Martine™, Walnut Grove and Surrey Hills collections. In an upright position, a sleek side chair conceals a tucked-in ottoman beneath a spacious seat; pushing back raises the footrest before continuing to a full recline. Beautiful from every angle, each recliner echoes the unique design motifs of its parent collection.

SURREY HILLS™ ADDITIONS: The recently launched Surrey Hills collection has been expanded with versatile new options. Perfectly tailored 90-inch and 86-inch tuxedo-style sofas, complete with chair and ottoman, offer deep, wraparound seating, with ultra-soft cushions and a hand-knotted spring system to eight lanes. New side tables, anchored by a 54-inch rectangular glass-top cocktail table, translate the trellis motif of the Surrey Hills into frames that incorporate air and light.

2023 COLLECTOR’S EDITION: The Craftsman console honors a fundamental idea of ​​arts and crafts: that true beauty is found in an impeccably crafted simple and useful object. Available in Oak or Cherry, the 54-inch by 14-inch console table is an endlessly adaptable piece, equally functional as an entryway or hall table, entertainment stand, bookcase, linen rack, and more. Two shelves are joined by keyed through tenons on slightly angled sides, laser-etched with Stickley’s Als Ik Kan (“to the best of my ability”) store mark.

HARVEY ELLIS INTRODUCTION: The streamlined Harvey Ellis Hi-Lo worktable, like our Hi-Lo standing desk, uses electric lift technology to adjust its height from 29 to 47 inches for any type of project, from writing to drawing through craftsmanship. It features an optional Harvey Ellis inlay and is available in solid oak or cherry.

NEW STICKLEY DESIGNER RUGS: Five new handcrafted Nepalese rugs combine versatile abstract design with family construction. A
The blend of Himalayan wool and silk creates a subtle sheen and enhances the rugs resistance to daily wear and tear. All are available in standard Stickley mat sizes.

FABRIC INTRODUCTIONS: With 60 fresh and carefully selected additions, Fall Fabric Introductions emphasize the look and feel of nature. Textured bouclé, linen and knotted shearling — in earth tones, organic greens and blues, and warm neutrals — create soft dimension in layered combinations. Performance fabrics play an expanded role in the assortment, and new sustainable technology produces premium leathers while reducing the use of water and finishing chemicals. Finally, Mission fixtures and chairs will feature six exclusive Arts and Crafts upholstery jacquards, featuring traditional patterns in updated color palettes.

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