The ARTS and CRAFTS Entryway Benches have origins that date back to the 1930’s.

The Arts and Crafts Entryway Benches have origins that date back to the 1930’s. This style of furniture was developed by the Stickley brothers in New York. Traditionally, it was made of quarter-sawn white oak. Keeping with tradition, our bench is crafted in this lumber, then topped off with a golden oak stain. To further enhance the finish, a glaze is hand-rubbed into the open grain of the wood to reproduce an aged look. Several coats of a low voc lacquer is applied for years of maintenance free use.

The heritage of the Arts and Crafts Bench is evident in the cabinet with inlaid panels in the doors and authentic Stickley hardware. The cabinet contains slots for clean slippers and a hamper for soiled ones. The bench is contoured to fit two adults comfortably.

Arts and Crafts Entryway Bench

Included with the Arts and Crafts Entryway Bench is twelve pairs of bootie style slippers. Deep earth tones, greens and blues, are quilted into the uppers, then complimented with a corduroy collar to create a unique tapestry for this footwear. A padded foot bed for comfort and nonskid sole provide traction on any surface.

See our “Slipper” section for more information.

Arts and Crafts Color

MOCCASINS and BOOTIES