If you’re looking for quality furniture in Toronto, you need come no further than Manderley Manor. We’ve been the purveyors of quality furniture in Toronto since 1989.
The name Manderley Manor was inspired by the book, “Rebecca” written by Daphne Du Maurier which Alfred Hitchcock later made into a movie by the same name. Literature, history, design, romance, drama and an appreciation of fine homes and quality furniture in Toronto was the idea and the inspiration behind the mission of Manderley Manor.
In these days of mass produced, low-end furniture, it can be difficult to even know what to look for in quality furniture in Toronto or anywhere else, for that matter.
When looking for quality furniture in Toronto, you’ll want to look for fine craftsmanship and the unique construction aspects such as those found during the arts and crafts movement and which are found in every piece of Stickley’s quality furniture. In Toronto, we carry a full selection of Mission style furniture.
Here are some of the details that go into every piece of Stickley furniture:
Special features found in the quality furniture in Toronto’s Manderley Manor include:
- Side hung and center-guided drawers
- Blind dovetailed cross rails
- Tongue and groove glue joining
- Quadralinear posts
- Through keyed and pinned tenons
- Ship lap planking on the backs of bookcases
- Specially-designed bed rail and casting receivers
Most of these methods were used by the Stickley Borthers and some techniques even improved upon to present the finest in craftsmanship, beauty and durability of quality furniture in Toronto.
In addition to being the ‘home of Stickley quality furniture in Toronto’, Manderley Manor also offers an expanding array of merchandise including an expanding array of product lines presented by Stickley, fine upholstery, Metropolitan (contemporary) Edinborough, Craftsman Leather, 21st Century, Colonial Williamsburg, Pasadena bungalow and more…
Come to Manderley Manor and enjoy browsing our two showrooms when you’re looking for quality furniture in Toronto.