DutchCrafters proudly carried heirloom quality Mission furniture including our California Mission Dining Chair. This handsome California Mission Chair is handcrafted in the traditional Mission style of furniture. This is a straightforward, well-designed authentic Mission chair that will fit in most business and home decors.
All the pieces in the Prairie Collection are constructed from solid hardwood using old craftsman joinery techniques. Every structural joint on the frame chairs in our Prairie Collection are mortise and tenon construction. This Mission chair is extremely comfortable and strong. Added strength and stability in the construction can be added if the chairs will be used for contract furniture, hospitality furniture or a commercial location.
Our Amish California Mission Dining Room Chair is know for its comfort. If you choose the upholstered seat option then it comes with our comfort seat which is more on the softer side then firm. If you want a chair that you can sit in for a long time then this is the perfect choice.
The Amish woodworker that builds the dining room chairs for our Prairie Collection even harvests his own wood! He finds the perfect tree then handcrafts his Amish chairs from his own forest. This woodworker works hard to promote long term sustainability and ecological furniture benefits. Call with questions on our solid wood furniture and this quality crafted Mission dining chair.
We offer a wide variety of Mission Dining Tables to complete the look for your dining room furniture or kitchen furniture. Shop online of let us help you find the perfect choice. We are happy to send out stain or paint samples to help you match these chairs up to existing furniture. Just call one of our Amish furniture specialists today and they are happy to get these in the mail to you today. Custom stain matching is also available upon request. You can see our chairs and samples in person at our Amish furniture store in Florida.
Mission furniture got its name from the Spanish Missions who had a goal to share about Christianity across California and America in the 18th and 19th century. The Spanish missions did not create the Mission furniture they helped to create the popular and memorable name for this style of furniture.
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