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Furniture lovers who like a modern take on the classic Mission design will love the Custer Eight Door Hutch. Also, upscale homeowners seeking a large, grand, solid hardwood hutch will want to consider this piece as well. So let’s delve into Mission Meets Modern: The Custer Eight Door Hutch.
Mission Meets Modern: The Custer Eight Door Hutch
The Custer Eight Door Hutch has been a popular piece since its introduction in 2012. And it’s easy to see why. For starters, its classic Mission design appeals to lovers of traditional wood furniture. Also, its design accents like the curved legs and extended crown give this hutch a distinct beauty. (Curved legs and an extended crown are unusual for the Mission style.)
Superior Amish Solid Hardwood Construction
Skilled Amish cabinetmakers custom-craft each Custer Eight Door Hutch. And the Amish men use solid regional hardwoods like oak, maple, cherry, and hickory. Also, the builders draw from skills handed down from their ancestors. That’s why each hutch is incredibly well built.
Enhancements for Added Performance, Strength and Durability
Homeowners will notice a range of high-end features. All four drawers open full extension. This gives everyone easy access to every corner of each drawer – even to items at the very back. Also, dovetail drawer joints enhance strength and durability. What’s more, the five glass shelves are adjustable. So homeowners have flexibility in arranging items on the shelves. And plate grooves in the glass make it easy to show off fancy plates.
On a practical note, the Custer Eight Door Hutch comes with four wood and four beveled glass doors. Also, a fixed shelf in the base enhances storage potential.
Detailed Accents Designed to Impress
The builders included a variety of detailed accents that are sure to thrill furniture enthusiasts. For starters, the shiplap back feature gives a rustic appearance. And touch lighting keeps everything stylish – and illuminated. Also, beveled glass sides enhance the timeless beauty of this piece. You can choose an open or closed deck. (The open deck, with the plant and figurines, is shown.)
Visit Brandenberry Online or in Person
You can see the Custer Eight Door Hutch, as well as many other hutches at Brandenberry Amish Furniture’s online catalog. Or visit their ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana. And you’ll find out first-hand how Mission Meets Modern: The Custer Eight Door Hutch.