Vanity Design: Mission


Originating in the late 19th century, mission style is associated with the Arts and Crafts Movement. The handcrafted look of this style allows it to fit into rustic, modern, and vintage spaces.
  Mission style is defined by clean lines and simple design principles. Symmetrical stylings with panel layouts and drawer placements create a polished look in the furniture. It is a style that emphasizes a practical build and premium craftsmanship.  
  The exterior on mission style items can be finished or left untouched. A rich finish allows the natural patterns on the wood to shine through while also bringing some color to complement your space. Tobacco, Espresso, and Cherry are popular options, as their finishes fluctuate in terms of hue, leaving you with some room to experiment with different decor options and fixture textures.

  Hardware and Other Embellishments  
  Bronze, brass, and iron hardware are durable materials that have a versatile look. Drawer pulls, cup pulls, and knobs provide plenty of options for how to style your doors and drawers. The hardware can be plated in a variety of finishes or left with their original look. From brushed nickel to antique bronze, a range of colors and textures work with mission style.