Replacing the Victorian predilection for decorating with a miscellany of fancy objects, Gustav Stickley opted for designs in plain, straight lines that were adaptable for Craftsman settings. This oak, iron and glass corner cupboard was executed around 1902–1903 in Stickley's favorite brown color, achieved by applying wax or a thin coat of shellac to give the wood a soft, lustrous glow. Private collection. —All photos courtesy of Dallas Museum of Art.
Handcrafted from A-grade solid oak, the Original Rustic Solid Oak Corner TV Cabinet will effortlessly accommodate your television set and all associated hardware and media. Forming part of our popular Original Rustic Solid Oak Range, the cabinet is defined by a beautifully aged appearance with softly rounded corners, chamfered edges and antiqued handles.
A corner bar for the kitchen would be sweet (if not at the house now, then when we move). I would like to put a kegerator in the bottom for Yuengling, and then have the cabinet on top for the rest of the "bar" stuff.