Mission Style

When people talk about Amish furniture, one of the more popular styles you will hear is Mission. This style of Amish furniture has a long, rich history that dates back to the very roots of early North America. Borrowing from the adobe-walled Missions in the American Southwest, future furniture designers were inspired by the simplistic design and incorporated it into modern chairs, tables and cabinets.

If anyone person gets credit for brining the Mission style into the mainstream it is Gustav Stickley who popularized the classic Mission style featuring wood slats and straight angles. Today you can find high quality, solid wood Amish Mission furniture that will bring rich décor to your Connecticut home.

At Westchester Woods Furniture we proudly carry on the Mission tradition with a full selection of Amish furniture including end tables, coffee tables, benches, bookcases and more that are crafted in the simple but timeless designs of the Mission style.

We have a fantastic selection of Mission style tables that will accent both traditional and contemporary home décor. From the simple end tables that feature solid alder tops and large drawers to Mission trestle tables that can be purchased with up to four leaves to increase your dining space, we have Mission style tables that are perfect for living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms.

Another popular Mission style furnishing piece is bookcases. Nothing compliments a home office or den better than a solid Parawood frame bookcase. Our Mission bookcases come in a wide variety of sizes so you find the one that best matches your book collection and room theme. With the ability to stain and finish your bookcases in many popular colors and styles, your bookcases will be welcome décor pieces that are both stylish and practical.

Visit Westchester Woods Furniture in Colchester and enjoy browsing our 4,000 square foot showroom that features our full collection of Amish furniture.

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