Shop Drawings for Craftsman Interiors

Cabinets, Moldings & Built-Ins For Every Room In The Home The first, and only book of it’s kind. Based on Gustav Stickley’s original architectural drawings and information from The Craftsman  magazine, this book contains detailed drawings for recreating or renovating … Continue reading

The Complete Kitchen Cabinetmaker

Shop Drawings and Professional Methods for Designing and Constructing Every Kind of Kitchen and Built-in Cabinet This new technical handbook shows woodworkers exactly how to approach the complex job of designing and making built-in cabinets for kitchens, family rooms, and … Continue reading

Shop Drawings for Greene and Greene Furniture

23 American Arts & Crafts Masterpieces This book is the first publication of detailed drawings for the construction of authentic reproductions of the furniture designed by Charles & Henry Greene, and constructed in the workshops of Peter & John Hall. … Continue reading

Shop Drawings for Craftsman Inlays & Hardware

Original Designs by Gustav Stickley & Harvey Ellis This unique book presents full-size patterns for the inlay designs and hardware originally used in Craftsman Furniture. Text includes history of these designs and the designers, materials and techniques. My last copy … Continue reading

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Professionally drawn, custom printed, fully detailed plans for accurate reproductions of many of the pieces originally made by Gustav Stickley, L. & J.G. Stickley and Charles Limbert from “Shop Drawings For Craftsman Furniture” and “More Shop Drawings for Craftsman Furniture”, … Continue reading

Greene & Greene Thorsen Serving Table Plans

The Thorsen House is in Berkeley, several hundred miles away from the Pasadena home of the Hall brothers shop. Only the dining room furniture was part of the original commission, and workers were sent to the job site to assemble … Continue reading

Greene & Greene Freeman Ford House Serving Table Plans

When I first made a reproduction of this piece for Popular Woodworking magazine, I hadn’t seen the original, but worked from an archive photograph. This drawing is a more accurate depiction of this unusual table. The legs are subtly sculpted, … Continue reading

Greene & Greene Bolton House Hall Chair Plans

High-backed chairs first appeared in the early 20th century in the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Frank Lloyd Wright. This rendition by the Greenes has their signature design elements of cloud lifts and ebony pegs. Although it would make … Continue reading

Greene & Greene Blacker House Entry Hall Bench Plans

This bench with storage below the seats was made for the entry hall, and has many features in common with the Blacker House chairs, although the construction is simpler. The lags are rectangular, and the rail at the top of … Continue reading

Greene & Greene Robinson Dining Table Plans

The furniture for the Robinson House was the first furniture to be made in the Halls’ workshop, and represents the transition from the early Craftsman-influenced designs to the distinctive style of the Greene/Hall collaboration. There was also a great leap … Continue reading

L & JG Stickley No. 599 Trestle Table Plans

29″ high x 42″ x 84″ A massive Arts & Crafts style table. The construction is obvious, so no section views are really needed. Large screws through oversized hoes in the top rails attach the top. Plans include detailed drawings … Continue reading

L & JG Stickley No. 516 Table with Open Bookcase Plans

27″ x 27″ x 29″ high Also known as an encyclopedia table, this is a great place to store a collection of fine books, and a wonderful opportunity for purchasing a hollow-chisel mortiser. When laying out the slats, work from … Continue reading

L & JG Stickley No. 220 Prairie Sofa Plans

29″ high x 84 1/2″ wide x 36 3/4″ deep The Prairie settle or sofa and chair represent a truly distinct design from Leopold Stickley. Unlike anything ever created in Gustav’s workshops, this suite is a classic example of excellent … Continue reading

Stickley No. 911 Dresser Plans

33″ high (to top of case) x 48″ wide x 20″ deep Another elegant Harvey Ellis design. The butterfly keys holding the support for the mirror together stand slightly proud, and the mirror frame is attached with cleats screwed to … Continue reading

Stickley No. 815 China Cabinet Plans

42″ wide x 15″ deep x 66″ high The catalog describes this china cabinet as having “fixed shelves along the lines of the mullions.” Don’t attach the shelves until finishing is complete and the glass is in place. The shelves … Continue reading

Stickley No. 814 Sideboard Plans

45″ high x 60″ long x 22″ deep A modestly sized sideboard with room for storing table linens, silverware, or anything else that doesn’t need to be on display. An investment in reproduction hardware would be well worth it, although … Continue reading

Stickley No. 803 China Cabinet Plans

60″ high x 36″ wide x 15″ deep A classic example of the high points of Harvey Ellis’ designs-a thin top with a wide overhang, arches at the top of the door and the bottom front rail, and subtly tapered … Continue reading

Stickley No. 802 Sideboard Plans

36″ high x 42″ wide x 18″ deep This is one of the few pieces that has a rail above the drawers. The back rail under the top has no arch. Plans include detailed drawings printed on two 24″ X … Continue reading

Stickley No. 800 Sideboard Plans

39″ high x 54″ wide x 21″ deep Originally produced in 1903, this Harvey Ellis design is much lighter in feel than many Stickley pieces, while providing a good deal of storage in a relatively small space. Plans include detailed … Continue reading

Stickley No. 700 Bookcase Plans

58″ high x 36″ wide x 14″ deep One of Harvey Ellis’ finest designs. It has a commanding presence even though it is actually rather small. The original has four panes of leaded glass in each of the top lights. … Continue reading

Stickley No. 634 Round Extension Table Plans

54″ x 29″ high This design has been attributed to LaMont Warner, Stickley’s chief draftsman from 1900-1906. It is designed to extend, but can be made as a fixed table. If made as an extension table, a wooden extension mechanism … Continue reading

Stickley No.624 Hexagonal Table Plans

48″ x 29″ high This was listed as a library table, and often seen with a leather top. The design was simplified in later years, the keyed tenons disappeared, and the stretchers were unstacked. Do a full size layout of … Continue reading

Stickley No. 622 Trestle Table Plans

42″ x 84″ x 30″ A very substantial table, yet much lighter in appearance than the L.&J.G. Stickley No.599 table. Fasten the top with large screws in elongated holes through the top stretcher. This table can be made to knock … Continue reading

Stickley No. 384 Side Chair & No. 386 Arm Chair Plans

The seat cushions rest on a canvas or leather sling attached to the front and back rails with a narrow wooden cleat. Not much wood, but lots of mortises. Make full-size templates of the legs to be sure of the … Continue reading

Stickley No. 353 Side Chair & No. 353A Arm Chair Plans

The seat cushion is a slip seat-either a hardwood frame, or a piece of plywood covered with padding and then wrapped with fabric. After the chair is finished, the completed seat is attached with screws through the corner blocks from … Continue reading