Large Format Reproduction Furniture Plans

Professionally drawn, custom printed, fully detailed plans for accurate reproductions of many of the pieces originally made by Gustav Stickley, L. & J.G. Stickley and Charles Limbert from “Shop Drawings For Craftsman Furniture” and “More Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture”, now compiled in the new “Great Book of Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture”. Selected pieces of Greene & Greene furniture from “Shop Drawings for Greene & Greene Furniture” are also available.

Stickley Reproduction Furniture Plans

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Each set of plans consists of two 24″ x 36″ sheets of large scale detailed drawings, along with a complete bill of materials for the Craftsman furniture pieces. Based on the drawings in my books, these plans show a much greater level of detail. Each set of drawings is individually printed on a large format plotter.  Dimensions are shown in a lighter lineweight and than the rest of the drawing, making the drawing much easier to read.  Order now and join the thousands of woodworkers, professional and amateur who have successfully used these plans.

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Gallery of Stickley, Arts & Crafts, Craftsman and Mission style reproduction plans

Gallery of Greene & Greene reproduction plans

 


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Large Format Reproduction Furniture Plans — 5 Comments

  1. I am ordering your new book. However, what I am really looking for is a set of plans for an Arts and Crafts Dining Table similar to the Stickley #1797 Table sold in Stickley stores

    • One of the most often asked questions I receive is “do you have plans for Stickley #XXX” from the current Stickley catalog. The current Stickley production is a mix of reproductions of early 20th century pieces, adaptations of early pieces for modern homes, and entirely new designs with a period name attached to them. They don’t make it clear which is which.

      An easy well to tell is to do a Google or Bing image search on Stickley and the model number. If images from auctions and antique dealers appear, it is a period piece. If the search sends you to the current Stickley site or furniture dealers, it is a modern invention.

      The pieces in my books are the versions as originally manufactured in the early 1900s and I identify them with the model numbers originally used. The table referred to is not an early piece and therefor does not appear in any of my work. The information in my book should allow the reader to figure out how to make pieces such as this.

      Bob Lang

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