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What is the new Mission Sofa Server? Where do you park the reading material or devices while enjoying a TV show in your living room or den? Need a place to set down the ice-cream bowl while you take a brief bathroom break during the movie? Do you ever work on your laptop on the sofa? Brandenberry Amish Furniture recently unveiled a solution to a common problem: the new Large Mission Sofa Server with Drawer. The new Mission sofa server is a perfect accessory to your sofa or recliner.
The Large Mission Sofa Server with Drawer features the timeless Mission design. Right down to the black Mission pull hardware and slats. So, it should blend seamlessly with your existing furniture.
The designers included a handy drawer for quick access to those small, easy-to-lose items. They also built dovetail joints into each corner of the drawer for added strength. Also, the drawer opens full extension. So users can enjoy easy use of every square inch of the drawer. In addition, the magazine rack down below keeps current periodicals in an easy-to-access spot.
Amish furniture artisans handcraft each sofa server. And they use hardwoods like oak, maple and cherry. So, the sofa server is built very sturdy. In fact, with proper care, it should last for decades to come.
Custom furniture lovers can order the unit as it is shown. Or, buyers can customize the sofa server. And the custom options include wood species, finish, and hardware. Be sure to select the color(s) that match your own personal styles. Match the color on the sofa server with your existing home decor’.
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Early American Furniture History
Early American Furniture History reveals a diverse and rich heritage. As a result, it continues to influence the construction of solid wood furniture to this day. We’ll gain a better understanding of the continuing popularity of wood furniture by examining the origins of the Shaker and Mission furniture styles. As well as the future direction of furniture craftsmanship.
Shaker Style Furniture
Shaker style furniture begins with the Shakers. A Christian religious group that settled along America’s Eastern seaboard after fleeing European persecution. As a result their simplicity and work ethic naturally infused their furnishings. As a result, crafting for practical use in the home and religious gatherings.
Mission Style Furniture
Mission style furniture begins with the Spanish missionaries in the American Southwest. Therefore the beautiful adobe Spanish missions were the inspiration. The unique designs of these missions influenced architects, artists, and furniture craftsmen. It was Gustav Stickley who first mass-produced and popularized mission furniture.
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