Grove Park pays tribute to the Arts & Crafts Movement, with a delicate and deliberate balance of both architectural and furniture design elements executed in the striking figure of American Quarter sawn White Oak. The handcraftsmanship of the various components such as the legs, lyre, music desk, and bench all utilize classic mortise and tenon joinery. The lid has a fine ebonized stringing inlaid around its perimeter as well as a geometric quadrant of inlaid Malachite, a natural stone material with a greenish hue, at the front corners of the lid, on the upper portion of each leg, and on the bench. All of the hardware is finished in an antique bronze, which contrasts with the mellow golden oak. The centerpiece of Grove Park is the music desk, which features a leaded glass panel depicting a majestic oak tree with outstretched limbs reaching across the horizon, with the sunset in the background, peeking between its branches. The bench is designed in a duet configuration. It has a low back design, a repetition of vertical spindles, and is capped by a horizontal top rail in the spirit of the classic Morris chair design. Two leather upholstered bench cushions are inset into the bench top.