Classic Mission Chair
is a beautiful tall mission chair with walnut inlays, and vertical slats in
the base. It is available in oak, cherry, maple, quarter sawn white oak, and
natural cherry. The back has a lumbar support.
Mission Dining Chairs
are slightly similar to the Classic Mission chair but they are shorter and
do not come with a lumbar support or the diamond inlays. It is available in
oak, cherry, maple, quarter sawn white oak, hickory, and natural cherry.
Prairie Mission Chairs
are wider but with narrower straight slats in the back. It is only available
in oak and cherry.
11C High Mission Chair
is very similar to the regular mission chairs but come in only three kinds
of solid hardwoods.
76C Mission Chair
comes with the option of fabric. This mission chair also has a lumbar
support. The 76C Mission chair is not only built comfortably, but it is also
built to last a lifetime! Available in oak, cherry, maple, quarter sawn
white oak, hickory, and natural cherry.
85C Mission Dining Chair
in oak or in any of the other solid hardwoods. It comes with a lumbar
support and mortise and tenon joinery.
13C Low Mission Chairs
have the vertical slats in the base of the mission chair, but the back does
not have any lumbar support. The low mission dining chair comes only in oak,
cherry, and maple.
17C Mission School House Chair
is a simple straight mission chairs. Comes in oak cherry and maple.
Constructed out of solid wood.
are not mission chairs but greatly resemble the mission chairs in built and
look. They are available in 3 different kinds of solid hardwoods and have
more of a contemporary look.
you’re looking for comfort plus style these
Highland Mission Chairs
are priced with cushioned seats, have a lumbar support and fluted legs. The
Highland mission chairs are available in oak, cherry, maple, quarter sawn
white oak, and hickory.
4410M Nash Mission Flat Top Chair
is in a class all its own. It comes only in oak and cherry, but with a
variety of stains.
38" Mission Dining Chair
has become a popular mission chair. It has the mission look but is shorter
and without all the wood that characterizes mission chairs.
57C Portland Chairs
are not mission chairs they have the characteristics of the solid wood
mission dining chair. It is available in oak, cherry, hickory, maple,
walnut, and quarter sawn white oak.
Amish built the solid wood
59C Columbia Mission Chair from oak,
cherry, hickory, maple, walnut, and Quarter sawn White Oak. The mission
chairs are available with wood or fabric seats. The slats in the back are
narrow. These Amish chairs come in a variety of stains.
61C Northwest Chairs have wide slats
in the back to provide adequate back support and are not quite as tall as
some of the other mission chairs.
slats in the back of these
63C Southwest Chairs give the
resemblance of the mission chair. It comes in a host of woods and stains so
you can coordinate it with the rest of your mission furniture.
79C Cascade Chairs have a long
continuing arm brace and 4 slats in the back. The Mission style chair is
constructed from solid wood by the Amish and is available in various woods
Bayhill Chairs look a lot like the
mission but with more style and grace. Each of the Amish dining chairs are
constructed from solid wood such as the oak cherry, quarter sawn white oak
and brown maple.