Model interiors devised for Gustav Stickley’s furniture company. Launcher of the Arts and Crafts Style and its Mission Style offshoot in America. And a company that’s still around too.

Dining room in a Quaint Arts and Crafts style. 1908.
Dining room in a Quaint Arts and Crafts style. 1908. Arthur E. Teal, designer for Stickley Brothers. In the public domain. via http://halfpuddinghalfsauce.blogspot.com/2016/12/john-wood-blodgett-and-wizard-of-oz.html
Interior of a Craftsman House. Undated.
Interior of a Craftsman House. Undated. Image © The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via http://www.memoryprints.com/image/13168/interior-of-a-craftsman-house-by-gustav-stickley
Dining room. 1905.
Dining room. 1905. Davis Robinson Smith, designer for Stickley Brothers. In the public domain. via http://halfpuddinghalfsauce.blogspot.com/2016/12/john-wood-blodgett-and-wizard-of-oz.html
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