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Where Strength and Style Meet
The Amish Post Mission Flat Top Desk
Oakwood has enjoyed great popularity in the world of traditional wood craftsmanship. Noted for its great durability, Oakwood (and Quarter Sawn White Oak in particular) also boasts a distinctive wood grain pattern. Because of its great strength, Oak has been used for centuries in construction all the way to the current era. Its use in furniture is for both practical and aesthetic reasons.
The Post Mission Flat Top Desk, pictured here, features Quarter Sawn White Oak wood construction. As well as a simple, classic Mission design. Boasting six full-extension drawers, two slide-out writing surfaces, black Mission pulls hardware a sleek, rich finish, and a variety of custom options (including stain/paint/dye, hardware, wood species, and drawer choices to name a few), this timelessly-designed desk features great strength and an elegant style.
If you’re a fan of the classic Mission style, view the beautiful Meadow Mission Bed. To see more classically-styled Mission desks or other wood furniture pieces, come visit Brandenberry Amish Furniture and see our wide selection of Amish furniture.
Reference: Oak – Wikipedia