The New Arts and Crafts Dining Hutch at Brandenberry Amish Furniture Digs Deep Into Traditional Mission Style

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An inspired design marks the traditional Arts and Crafts Dining Hutch from Brandenberry Amish Furniture.

The Arts and Crafts Hutch possesses a timeless beauty.

The Arts and Crafts Hutch possesses a timeless beauty.

The Arts and Crafts design always is popular among the people that visit us.

The new Arts and Crafts Dining Hutch available from Brandenberry Furniture boasts a traditional Mission style furniture design that comes straight out of the early 20th century American history. Featuring classic Mission accents such as diamond hardware, simple straight angles (besides the curved base) and Quarter Sawn White Oak construction. The Arts and Crafts design from Brandenberry Amish Furniture brings the best of early-American dining room furniture straight to the 21st century.

The Arts and Crafts Hutch is built in regionally-grown Quarter Sawn White Oak and finished to show the natural beauty of the wood. Full-extension dovetailed drawers and adjustable shelving allow for plenty of practical storage space. Because of Brandenberry’s hands-on philosophy of craftsmanship, the Arts and Crafts Hutch comes with a selection of custom options, allowing the customer to choose the wood species, the finish, the hardware, the number of doors and even the lighting.

Since the creation of the Mission style in the 1920’s and the subsequent folk art revival of the 1950’s and 60’s, the Arts and Crafts style has been a popular choice for home furniture. Furniture-enthusiasts will be familiar with this style through Amish furniture retailers, but for those new to the world of furniture, it is the Amish who craft many of the Arts and Crafts styles (and traditional Mission styles) using some of the same tools and techniques of the earliest craftsmen. The result is furnishings that are timelessly beautiful and durable. Brandenberry co-founder Ida notes, "The Arts and Crafts design always is popular among the people that visit us."

To learn more about Brandenberry Amish Furniture and the Arts and Crafts style, visit their online store or their physical location in Shipshewana, Indiana.

About Brandenberry Amish Furniture:

Brandenberry Furniture opened its doors in 2008. The Brandenberry Furniture concept allows customers to design the furniture of their dreams…to explore the rich woods and stains that only nature can offer. Nothing matches the feel, the smell and the weight of hickory, oak, cherry, maple…real woods that come to life in an Amish handcrafted piece. They are meant to last a lifetime and beyond.

Whether a customer’s favorite style is Mission, Traditional, Modern or something in between, if Brandenberry Furniture doesn’t carry it, their craftsmen will build it to specification.

Brandenberry Furniture offers everything from bedroom and dining collections to home accessories, patio and exclusive furniture pieces. Browse our easy-to-use website with detailed photographs and information, and you’ll find furniture categorized by room (including family room, dining room, bedroom, office, children’s) as well as by wood species (including oak, hickory, cherry, elm, maple, pine and cedar) and style.

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