Mission style has its roots in 19th century and is a design that emphasizes simple horizontal and vertical lines and flat panels. It often use an oak as a material for furniture too. The simplicity is its main feature. In my collection I would like to exemplify this description, so please have a look down below and see many photos with sideboards made in Mission style. Let’s check it out and find some inspirations!
This functional server will help you serve food and organize your kitchen essentials. The furniture is made from solid wood but left in unfinished state to make it look natural. It offers ample storage space with the 2 drawers and large stretcher shelf.
Beautiful and functional, this buffet is a perfect choice for homes in elegant or traditional decor. The furniture is made from solid American red oak and looks amazing thanks to the 12-step finish. It offers ample storage space with its cabinets and drawers. The top may be used as a display place.
This stylish and very elegant casual dining server is a robust performance from a combination of wood and veneer in a captivating style. Practical lockers and compartments for wine captivate.
Arts and Crafts Mission Oak Sideboard Buffet
Beautifully crafted from solid oak wood and captivating stylistic connections make the sideboard buffet is a beautiful oak finish. Beautiful handles and practical cupboards and drawers make a perfect whole.
This sofa table/sideboard proves utmost convenient with the three door storages and one shelf, while the design itself sports a combination of transitional and contemporary style, looking amazing in any interior.
Small dining room idea. I love the buffet and dark wall with light paneling. Very dramatic. I also think keeping a dark accent wall on the far wall and lightening up the sides would create the illusion of length and be really awesome! Especially with a go
ISSUU - Stickley Mission Oak & Cherry Collection by Stickley
ceiling medallions as wall art...
Mission Syracuse Sideboard / Manufactured by Stickley
Amish Mission Furniture. The essence of Mission style furniture created by Ohio Amish Master Craftsmen. Free Shipping East of the Rockies
Arts & Crafts oak dresser with 3 leaded glass panels incorporating stylised copper roundels and cut out decoration. Waring & Gillow (stamped drawer) Circa 1900
My favorite furniture: Stickley Mission!
Arts and Crafts - Stickley Sideboard
In a 1915 Prairie-influenced Foursquare, the home of an avid collector, antiques include the sideboard, dining table, and chairs, all early pieces by Stickley. The reproduction rug is a Voysey design. Photo: Edward Addeo
"Oak Furniture and a period palette make this 1915 dining room cozy. The table and chair are unsigned antiques; the antique sideboard is a Stickley Brothers piece." Photo: Dan Mayers
I love Mission furniture! I lucked out and picked up a Mission-style computer hutch from Freecycle -- LOVE IT!
Building a Cherry Wood Sideboard in the Thos. Moser and Shaker-Style / Rockler How-to
American Craftsman Grand Sideboard. Hand crafted using solid North American Red Oak. Hand rubbed medium cherry finish. Ample storage with six drawers and two cabinets. Solid wood top with backsplash and dovetail drawer construction with steel full exte
Fabulous Mission Style Sideboard
GUSTAV STICKLEY Small Sideboard MISSION
Roycroft Sideboard WOOD SPECIES: Oak DIMENSIONS: H38 W60 D22 DESCRIPTION: Five drawers.
Easy mission sideboard Building instructions
makeoverMission district makeover.san francisco-based interior designer Senalee Kapelevich of SVK Interior Design