If you relax in one of the Mission Beds from Weaver Furniture Sales, and find yourself being ensconced in Americana, it’s totally understandable. Because the Mission style traces its roots to the early 20th century. That’s when artists and craftsmen took notice of the simple, strong Mission furniture they found in the white adobe-walled Spanish missions of the American Southwest. Since then, the Mission style has found its way into may areas of artistic expression, including Mission-style furniture.
The best cabinetmakers in the Midwest — Amish men — custom-craft each Mission bed. And they express the Mission tradition in a variety of sub-genres. Like the McCoy, Modesto and Royal Mission.
Mission Beds from Weaver Furniture Sales
Okay, we’ll admit that Mission beds from Weaver boast a strong Mission pedigree. Which makes each of them a masterpiece of beauty and fine craftsmanship. But that’s just half the story. Because our beds are also incredibly sturdy and durable. Why? Skilled Amish artisans painstakingly handcraft our Amish wooden beds. And the Amish men draw from superb cabinetmaking skills handed down from their ancestors. Plus solid hardwoods like oak, cherry, maple and hickory.
So with proper care, the Mission bed you buy should last for generations to come. Amish bedroom furniture that’s all made in America!