Mission Style Furniture
Mission Style Furniture dates back to the Spanish missions which sprang up in California and elsewhere in the Southwest. There, Catholic missionaries built adobe-walled missions. Over time, the ‘Mission’ design elements began to filter into other fields, including furniture. And Mission style furniture emerged. Today, we love Mission furniture because of its ‘substantial’, well-proportioned design. Also, its straight-line construction and lack of unnecessary detail. Plus fine craftsmanship. Of course, the lineup of Mission furniture below expresses these features perfectly. So check them out. Or, come see us at our ‘brick and mortar’ store in Shipshewana, Indiana.
Mission Style Furniture from Brandenberry
Take a closer look at Mission Style Furniture from Brandenberry Amish Furniture. And you’ll discover that not all Mission furniture is created alike. Because skilled Amish cabinetmakers painstakingly handcraft each piece. And the Amish men use solid hardwoods. Like oak, maple, cherry and hickory. So the items of furniture you choose will be incredibly sturdy. In fact, with proper care, your Mission furniture from Brandenberry should easily become family heirlooms.
You can order your favorite Amish built Mission style furniture as shown. Or, you can ask us to customize it for you. Your custom options include your choices of wood specie, finish, hardware and other features.