A neighborhood is a community of like-minded people. The people may be diverse in race, religion, gender, age and occupation, and they may even disagree on opinions from time to time, but they share in similar cultural values.
Brooklyn’s trendy but practical Park Slope is such a neighborhood. Tree-lined streets and historic brownstones provide the living quarters. Hip young families and young professionals live there, but so too do long term residents, drawn by the green space of Prospect Park, start-up boutiques, casual dining, quality schools, and walk around atmosphere.
Stickley Furniture introduces its new Park Slope collection to reflect the values of the Park Slope neighborhood for which it is named. A combination of Arts & Crafts elements of tapered columns and square spindles with curved elements, a suggestion of mid-century Scandinavian design, sustainably harvested solid oak or cherry. The sofa envelops you. The bed surrounds you. The furniture is inviting and pleasing to the eye.
Come see the new Park Slope collection at Traditions Furniture in Downtown Overland Park and Kansas City and Traditions Home in Wichita. Visit the Downtown Overland Park neighborhood or the College Hill neighborhood. Great places to dine and shop, and live.