Spanish Missionaries Popularizing the Mission Style What do Spanish Missionaries, Frank Lloyd Wright and a 20th century Wisconsin furniture craftsman have in common? Each of
Mission Style Amish Furniture
What is Mission Style Amish Furniture?
Some would be surprised to know but unlike other furniture styles, Mission Style Amish Furniture is totally American. In fact, it owes its origin to the Catholic Missions which sprung up in the American Southwest. Adobe-walled missions were built in California, as well as other places, by the Spanish missionaries.
Above all their simplistic building design inspired succeeding generations of artists. Therefore Gustav Stickley, a furniture manufacturer and designer, popularized the classic mission for design. Mission style furniture possesses a timeless appeal. As a result, making it as popular as ever today.
A Look at Liberty: the Liberty Mission Cabinet with Glass Panels In the world of Amish-crafted furniture, there are bold styles and modest styles. As
Mission Style Furniture Royal Mission Dressing Table It is interesting the way that traditional and modern styles begin to blend in the world of Amish
Hand-Crafted Children’s Furniture For the growing family, there is a whirlwind of change as babies grow in an instant. Transforming from babies into children with
LaCourt Classic Bedroom Set Rarely does an original furniture design spring to life by its own accord. The life of a furnishing style often evolves
Landmark Coffee Table with Lift Top Lovers of Amish-crafted furniture are familiar with the unique blend of technology and tradition within the Amish furniture world.
Classic Furniture Pieces Straight Royal Mission Entertainment Center Above all defining “classic” furniture pieces can be tricky. Because personal tastes and preferences are unique to