For a sturdy and attractive addition to your home library, might we suggest mission bookcases? They are simple, but they are very well made. They will never let you down and will stand the test of time. They can hold, however, many books you want to put on them. They are made of plenty of different wood options to properly match your decorative scheme, whether in your living space or office space. Take a look at this collection for more.
Mission oak bookcase with top drawer
Designed with high-quality craftsmanship and simplicity throughout, this bookcase displays a clean-cut silhouette accentuated by slatted sides, raised legs, and an antique pull. It includes three adjustable shelves and a concealed pull-out drawer, all made of solid and manufactured wood in a chocolate tone.
Traditional-looking bookshelves were once known for being bulky and space-consuming. Today, it is no longer the case. Take this piece of furniture as an example. It has a shallow, compact footprint that allows it to fit easily into any space-limited room. Plus, this bookcase stands 50" tall, making the top surface easy to reach when decorating or using it as a drop zone for your daily essentials.
Low profile mission bookcase
Darby Home Co
This mission-inspired bookcase occupies minimal floor space too. Thanks to the carved accents and rich cherry finish, it exudes understated elegance despite its straightforward design. To top it off, two spacious shelves are offered to meet your different needs of storage.
This piece proves that mission-style bookcases can serve more purposes than just a classy storage space for books. Perhaps you could convert it into an entertainment center. Or maybe turn it into a mini bar station for showing off your fancy decanter and favorite bottles. Another option would be to slide in some storage baskets for a less-cluttered and more attractive storage solution.
Mission style bookcase with doors
This beautiful bookcase wows with grandeur and old-time-ness, displaying a large design with multiple compartments and stylish, glass panel sliding doors. It is crafted from rubberwood and sports a warm brown shade with natural grain character while simple molding adorns the top and bottom edges.
We highly recommend a mission-style bookcase with glass doors for many reasons. For one, it provides an added layer of protection against dust, accidental falls, insect damage, and clumsy hands. Additionally, the bright and airy appearance helps open up the room visually and makes for an interesting focal point.
Open design mission shelf
Three Posts™ Teen
Presenting a modern twist on a mission design, this bookcase is characterized by vertical lines and a walnut finish that gives it that mission-style feel. The open frame creates a visually light look and can be ordered in espresso or white.
Most mission-style bookshelves have a medium or dark stain—what some may consider dated. What they don't know is that these furniture pieces are fairly easy to style around other wooden fixtures, like flooring, fireplaces, and even staircases. Besides, they don't have to necessarily be as dark as the bookcase. Pairing the bookcase with a lighter shade of wood helps to add dimension and interest to the room.
Mission corner bookcase
This one is small and space-saving yet offers good storage through three adjustable shelves. It has an angled frame, designed to fit tightly into corners to maximize every square inch of usable space. A smooth drawer and convenient top section add to its utility.
As a book lover, you don’t just lust after a cheap bookshelf. When you think about having your own private library and the best way to display your treasured books, you dream about something that is similar to that of the Admont Abbey Library in Austria. Barring that, maybe an impossibly swirly book nook that you can settle into. If that’s the case, then what you need are mission bookcases!
As there are myriads of them available on the market, you need to know how to find the best one for your space. Here’s a guide that will teach you to do just that:
Mission bookcases are large pieces of furniture that come with support walls, backing walls, and horizontal shelving. They’re often tall and rectangular although not all the time. They’re constructed using solid wood and they’re fitting for both traditional and modern spaces.
The right size will depend on a couple of factors like how much space there is in the room that you’ll be placing the furniture in. For an open space, the best choice is one that’s wide and measures a couple of feet across.
If there is not much room, then you can go up and not out. This means you need a tall mission bookcase, especially if you will be storing lots of books and decorative items on it. If that’s too much for your space, you can go smaller with a bookcase that only offers two to three shelves. Regardless of the size that you will be getting, make sure you get the measurements of the piece’s intended placement before you make a buying decision.
You may have kids around the house. If so, then consider whether you want them to access what’s displayed on the shelves or not. If you do, then a shorter option will be best for your household. If not, then a tall bookcase is a good idea as it can keep fragile and/or special items unreachable by children. Just make sure that you mount the bookcase to the wall as children tend to be curious climbers.
Many mission bookcases have adjustable shelves to allow for customization. If you have large books and you’re considering placing them on your new bookcase, then make sure what you get comes with adjustable shelves. Removing the shelves is easy to do. You just have to take out the added supports which hold them up.
Contemporary furniture makers make use of a myriad of wood types for mission bookcases as hundreds of wood types are available to them even those that are extremely exotic and rare. However, you’ll find a lot of mission bookcases made of European wood. The denser the type of wood is, the harder it is to work with. If your mission bookcase is made of solid wood, expect the price to increase. But, it’s guaranteed to last a lifetime which is why it's a good investment.
Beautiful bookcase in its simplicity, made of oak wood It has a very vivid color and solid finish. A mission bookcase gives you three shelfs and the top which can be used for decorative accessories.The border of the tabletop has a darker color.
Being a characteristic representation of this missionary style, this wooden bookcase enchants with its solid finish and traditional design. 5-tiered construction offers an impressive storage space.
Now you can display your knick-knacks without worrying about damaging them. This hardwood bookcase drowns in a cherry finish, featuring 1 smaller- and 1 larger cabinet - both enclosed by clear glass paneled doors.
Waterfall bookcase traditional living room dc metro
The enchanting composition of the glassed doors of this bookcase in the mission style is an excellent combination of solid wood construction with functionality. Beautiful details delight and bring to the room a unique art deco atmosphere.
Mission hills 68 h sliding door bookcase
A functional and stylish element of furniture for use in home libraries. This wooden bookcase includes large glass doors, shelves and two storage drawers with decorative metal handles. It assures plenty of space for books and decorations.
This unique made of the fine warm color wood mission style bookcase is an elegant piece of furniture that looks amazing with any interior design. Owing to its medium size it provides a lot of storage for your needs and saves some space either.
If you are looking for a beautiful living room furniture, this stylish mission style bookcase or curio cabinet will be perfect. Captivating woodwork, glass door, and slim design create a unique whole.
This mission bookcase just holds the instance of traditional feeling - and affords some space to keep souvenirs in and to nestle up a decorous table lamp. Crafted of sturdy oak wood, it will pass the test of time.
Heirloom quality mission style bookcase. Decently wide and tall, with two deep bottom drawers and shelving behind double glass door. Mosaic tile accent rim on top. Heavy duty wooden construction. Traditional metal knobs on drawers and door fronts.
Natural inspirations, straight lines, linear shapes - these are the features of the missionary style, so characteristic in its form. Mission bookcase made of acacia wood, which has an absolutely characteristic color that gives the whole character to this rack.
A practical solution for larger interiors that are accommodated with vintage pieces of hardwood furniture. This mission bookcase has a pair of clear glass panel doors with metal pulls, and 4 wood shelves inside for storing your knick-knacks.
A high style bookcase in a mission style made of the warm shade of wood is a perfect solution for the office and more. The glass door of the cabinet allows to expose the contents, and the whole is presented elegantly.
Amish Midway Mission Bookcase with Seedy Glass (HMWB20)
The mission style hanging bookcase with glass door. This piece of furniture is unique, because you could put the books on three sides of it. I really like it, because it could be also mixed with the modern interior.
Simplicity and nobility of a form closely related to the function of the subject. Strict relations between all decorative elements. These are the characteristics of the mission style, seen in the example of this wooden rosewood bookcase and double doors.
Old-fashioned, elegant cabinet intended to storage books or porcelain tableware. It is made of mahogany wood and has three glazed doors with metal handles. This vintage piece of furniture will make your living room more sophisticated.
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