Enhance the look of your house with mission style coffee table

Mission Style Design. As for me it`s the best kind of design, cozy and comfy, can`t irritate an eye and never to get too boring.

As an architect style Mission Revival Style was an architectural movement that began in the late 19th century for a colonial style’s revivalism and reinterpretation, which drew inspiration from the late 18th and early 19th century Spanish missions in California.

 

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The missions’ style of necessity and security evolved around an enclosed courtyard, using massive adobe walls with broad unadorned plaster surfaces, limited fenestration and door piercing, low-pitched roofs with projecting wide eaves and non-flammable clay roof tiles, and thick arches springing from piers. Exterior walls were coated with white plaster (stucco), which with wide side eaves shielded the adobe brick walls from rain. Other features included long exterior arcades, an enfilade of interior rooms and halls, semi-independent bell gables, and at more prosperous missions curved ‘Baroque’ gables on the principal facade with towers.
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Nowadays its commonly spreed at East cost and south of the US where the influence of the Spanish architectural style of the most prevalent. Which king of furniture design is appropriate ?  No doubt its mission style design !

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As  coffee table is part of everyone’s house, regardless of its size. There are different traditional as well as modern tables available in the market these days. You can easily find one as per your choice. However, if you are looking for a long lasting investment to be made, then the mission style coffee table should be your choice. The mission style furniture has been in demand since forever. It is best known for its craft style and the art of making it. It is one of the most demanded type when it comes to adding traditional look to your house.

 

Well keep in mind where are two different types of such a design: luxery south (spanish) and north folk-style  (amish style). Absolutely not appropriate to furnish south-style lodging with amish furniture and vice versa

The mission style “amish-style” table is made keeping the mind the art and craft technique.Mission Style Coffee Table - by AandCstyle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It, even today, is crafted by the hands not by the machinery. The machinery is only used for the cutting of the raw material. Any form of art done by hands makes it 10 times more worthy than any machine made designs. This is the reason that it looks unique as compared to other styles. If you are looking for an environment safe material, then the mission style should be your choice. This style of the coffee table is made by the friends that are completely environment friendly products.  And keep in mind – “amish” is not means an  inexpensive thing . You cannot buy a brand new table for peanuts !

 

This oak mission style coffee table costs $ 700  !

http://www.amishshowroom.com/living-room-furniture/occasional-coffee-and-end-tables/mission-style-occasionals/mason-coffee-table.html

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This is trendy ! Do not miss it !

To be honest as for price ideas it start from $ 150 Check this out:

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/product/index/castlecreek-mission-style-lift-top-coffee-table?a=1162334&srccode=cii_22032207&cpncode=39-1602654-2&pm2d=CSE-SPG-15-THEFIND&utm_medium=cse&utm_source=thefind&utm_campaign=CI

 

Happy shopping !

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