Complete your style and customize your piece with our fine selection of made-to-order materials and finishes.
Quartersawn white oak is favored because of its dimensional stability; it is less likely to crack, check or warp due to the method of cutting. Quartersawn oak also produces ray flake, a distinctive patterning in the wood. Different in every piece of wood, ray flake patterns are a prized feature of Quartersawn oak and make each piece of furniture unique.
American Black Cherry naturally has a broad spectrum of color and grain. At Stickley, craftsmen blend the shades and grain of cherry to create a balance on each piece. but there will be variations visible. Like fine wine, cherry wood mellows and deepens in color with age, developing a rich patina over time. This natural phenomenon makes each piece of cherry furniture a unique work of art.
Stickley finishes are hand applied in multiple layers of color and lacquer, achieving a unique clarity seldom seen in furniture today. Our finishes ensure that every detail of the wood grain is not only visible, but beautifully enhanced.
The final step is a careful hand-rubbing process, creating the perfect sheen. No dipping. No conveyor belts. A Stickley finish completes the unique “hands-on” quality construction of your furniture.
A deep rich patina and medium sheen. Originally developed for the Grove Park Inn Hall Clock.
A warm, reddish brown finish. Named for Onondaga County – the home of Stickley since 1900.
A light amber brown, low sheen finish. Named for the village outside Syracuse, New York where the original L. & J. G. Stickley factory still stands.
A honey brown, low sheen finish. Named for East Aurora, New York, home of Roycroft furniture.
A rich dark brown medium sheen finish. Named for the village outside of Syracuse New York, location of the current L. & J. G. Stickley factory.
A soft brown with a low sheen, antique patina.
Dark cherry brown finish and deep sheen produce a rich sophisticated look.
Developed originally for the Pasadena Bungalow collection, this warm medium sheen finish accentuates the natural deep red found in cherry.
A warm low sheen finish that subtly enhances the natural red brown color of cherry. Named for the summer home of the Audi Family.
The natural color and aging of cherry is celebrated with this low sheen finish. Named for the community in New Jersey where Gustav Stickley built his log cabin home and farm.
Medium-to-dark, brown tones, fully filled, high sheen.
Medium brown tones, filled for a smooth surface
Medium brown tones, filled for a smooth surface with glazing and extensive antiquing
St Croix only. Medium reddish brown tones with modest antiquing and distressing.
The images shown here can not begin to convey the depth, clarity, and beauty of Stickley’s hand-rubbed finishes. This is intended simply to show the wide variety of finishes that we offer. Please use these images for general reference only, and not as the sole basis for selecting your finish. We encourage you to visit an authorized Stickley dealer near you to experience the beauty of our finishes first hand.
Note: Computer monitors and printers vary widely in color reproduction, and we can not be responsible for color selection based on viewing or printing this web page. Upcharges may apply to some premium finishes, or to non-standard finishes for a particular collection. Sheen levels are satin-to-medium unless otherwise noted.