Mission Cabinets


Mission cabinets are designed with simple lines to really allow the natural grain of the natural wood to shine through. Stain it in a color to match your aesthetics and your new kitchen will be the envy of all your neighbors. Clean lines and options that include glass see through panels will give you enough options to design the kitchen of your dreams.

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Craftsman Style

Craftsman Style

Kitchen cabinets for storing tableware and others necessities. Construction is made of wood. Provides saving space in any kitchen. Traditional form and elegant design.

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Circa 1890s to 1900 victorian antique

Circa 1890s to 1900 victorian antique

This solid wood filing cabinet is suitable to store your documents in every room of your house. It has four drawers closing with the key. This piece of art is a Victorian Antique from circa the 1890s to 1900s.

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An exquisite mission cabinet that boasts of geometric lines and natural beauty. Crafted of cheryy-finished hardwood, the unit includes a large granite top, utensil drawers, and door cabinets with shelves behind them.

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Vanity with Ellsworth door (U.S. Design Patent #US D668,082 S) in Antique Chestnut with a natural finish - Arts & Crafts Designer Series - CrownPoint Cabinetry

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Mission style has many interpretations. It is characterized by angular shapes, warm and quiet interiors. Very domestic - mostly wood. That's how are mission cabinets in this kitchen, made of icicles modern and minimalist.

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Stylish cabinets in missionary design are an excellent choice for kitchen appliances. Beautiful wooden construction, functional counters, and stylish top of the cabinets create a functional and very elegant whole.

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Transform your kitchen into a farmhouse-inspired masterpiece with these beautiful wooden cabinets. The pieces run from floor to ceiling and their stunning glass doors combine perfectly with the intricate crown moldings at the top to deliver impeccable stylish appeal.

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Traditional kitchen cabinet made of high quality wood. Great for storing tableware, spices, food and more. Provides space saving in any kitchen.

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With those fine mission cabinets, you are getting a durable and attractive addition for contemporary kitchens. Wood-crafted and finished in cherry, the cabinets comes with a black granite countertop, inside shelves, and brass-finished metal locks and hinges.

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Welcome to the mission style kitchen. Oak wooden mission cabinets, hand-crafted without any exaggeration are example of great joinery.In this style fits well the mullions and the white marble tile backsplash.All emphasizes simple horizontal and vertical lines.

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Buying Guide

Mission cabinets pair perfectly with minimalist decor due to their similar design philosophies of less is more.

With minimalist decorating, the number of items in a space is limited. Each piece of furniture selected is strategically placed to provide impactful lighting and spacing within the room. Only the most necessary, functional furniture is included, and it is most often left in its natural state.

Mission-style design features straight lines and little to no additional decorative elements. Look for mission cabinets crafted out of oak, including American white oak, if it matches the colors in your room. Other wood types to consider are cedar and cherry.

Since these cabinets are typically handcrafted, the natural wood colors are kept or stained to bring out deeper hues. The most common color is warm honey.

Expect long use of mission cabinets because they are built for durability, adding one more complementary element and reason to pair with minimalist decor.

Mission cabinets can match any home style, but they are easiest to integrate with more rustic or country-inspired decor. This is because most mission cabinets have squared-off edges and accents that give them an old-fashioned look.

Traditional mission cabinets are simple in their silhouette and trim, so they might appear out of place against upscale contemporary kitchen decor or ornate French country designs. However, they pair well with basic steel countertops or other surfaces featuring hard angles and minimal detail.

Because of the visible wooden texture on mission cabinets, they add plenty of visual interest to kitchens. They work well with simple kitchen countertops and barstools regardless of the color scheme.

There are a variety of wood types that work best for mission cabinets. These include oak, poplar, mahogany, maple, or plywood. Oak is a great wood type because it is hard, strong, heavy, and dense. It has a very close grain and high tannin content, making it resistant to insect infestations and other forms of bacteria. It is also durable and can resist everyday wear and tear while still presenting natural beauty versatile enough to fit in any home style. Poplar is an excellent choice because of its fine textures, and it is straight-grained. It can take nails without splitting, and is easily polished, painted, and stained.

Mahogany wood is light and solid and has excellent corrosion resistance. It resists wear and tear and cannot be deformed easily. Because of its good preservation, mission cabinets made from mahogany can last for hundreds of years. Maple wood is also solid, making it another popular mission cabinet material choice. It can be easily stained, so it complements all types of decor. Plywood can also be used to make mission cabinets due to its moisture resistance ability. It can withstand damp and humid conditions and is exceptionally durable.

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Mission cabinets

Pretty traditional kitchen units of warm brown-finished wood. Wall units have crown tops, glazed door cabinets with lattice inlays, full door cabinets. Floor units with drawers and full door cabinets match well darker brown granite countertops.

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Craftsman style built-Hmmmm... I wonder if this like what grandma removed, according to her, the mirror slid up to allow pass through of food from the kitchen~SR

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Mission style cupboards and marble countertops - I especially love the plant shelf at the window and all the light!

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My "dream" Mission-Style kitchen

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Mission style cabinets, tile in front of sink, wood floors

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