Archive for April, 2012

Blending Mission and Modern: the Empire Hutch

April 8th, 2012   by :  

Amish furniture craftsmen are skilled at blending traditional and modern designs. The Empire Hutch, pictured here, features a totally unique design that offers plenty of storage space while boasting an original style. Featuring seven flush doors and a full-extension drawer, you’ll find dynamic space for china, silverware or crystal. Beautiful leaded glass in the hutch and a curved mullion accent add a graceful accent. Traditional black Mission pull hardware suggests that the Empire Hutch is part of the Mission family, but curved angles and a carved crown suggest a modern hutch style.

The Modern Mission Empire Hutch

Blending Mission and Modern: the Empire Hutch

A variety of options (including size, number of doors, glass type, shelving, wood species, hardware and stain choice) allow for total customization. Plus, the Empire Hutch is carefully-crafted by Amish artisans using Midwestern hardwoods and Old World woodworking methods. This dedication to excellence results in a piece that is not only timelessly designed, but durable enough to last for generations.