A variety of dealers sell Stickley furniture as of 2015, including 14 Stickley, Audi & Co. furniture stores located across the United States. Customers can search for local authorized Stickley furniture dealers by visiting the company's website and clicking on the Store Locator button at the top of the page.
Founded by brothers Gustav and Leopold Stickley, Stickley furniture came to prominence in the early 20th century due to the brothers' popular Mission Oak designs. During the 1920's, Leopold Stickley's colonial-inspired Cherry Valley Collections earned him the nickname "the Revered Dean of Cabinetmakers."
In 1974, Leopold Stickley's widow Louise sold the company and its factory to Alfred Audi, who owned a Stickley furniture showroom in Manhattan, New York. Once the Audi family took over the business, it continued to produce furniture under the Stickley name and changed the name of its Manhattan showroom to Stickley, Audi & Co.
Alfred Audi passed away in 2007, and as of 2015, the company is run jointly by his widow Aminy and his son Alfred. The company operates four showrooms in the state of New York, as well as showrooms in Connecticut, Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey and North Carolina. In addition to Stickley, the company also produces the brands John Widdicomb and Nichols & Stone.