Mission style home decor is brought by American Arts and Crafts Movement in 19th century. This style emphasizes on geometric lines to showcase the wood beauty especially oaks. Home designs and architectures that adopt this style is commonly found in particular features like crafts, stained glass, leather furniture, earthy hues, and woven fabrics.
About the color, Mission Style refers to warm muted schemes usually obtained from natural sources like stone and wood, and the color accents are often inspired from sunny yellow, turquoise, and bright red. Here are some most used color schemes when you’re going to redecorate your home in Mission Style: darker gray, pine green, burnt orange, gold, sky blue, burgundy, and muted rose.
You’ll see that woodwork dominates this living room. The homeowner uses natural wood rather than paint them, exposing the real wood color and texture as well. The area rug’s tone is chosen as similar as possible with wood furniture for a balanced look.
Art and Crafts style looks so obvious in this room. Darker brown is used in high proportion, produced by the dark wood use and yellow-lighted illumination. Built-in bench seats, in this style, are rarely found in use, but still bring a characterful Mission Style.
The Persian runner and window light exactly add more Mission Style characteristic to this cottage bedroom, making the space much homey.
Stained glass really brings Arts and Crafts concept. The wood furniture supports a lot this style, visualizing the true warmth and genuine of Mission Style. The curtains, in addition, as if become a fabric frame that beautifully separate the space inside and highlight it in attractive way.
Leather upholstery and dark-finish wood structure in chair and ottoman are presenting what the Mission Style is. The color really sets the natural tone. The table lamp behind the chair, in addition, is called a Mission table lamp which is often found in Mission Style interior showrooms.
And this is the example of how deep red armchair accentuates the space, especially when being featured with the dark-toned wicker furniture and graphic rug. The houseplants here add a distinct feature and offer a living accent that freshens up this too-warm-look interior.
This bedroom uses some Mission Style features. The most obvious one is the wood element sets off several accent colors like mustard (comforter), green (bed frame), and burnt orange (carpet).
Use fabric as the accent. This area rug, for instance, is an instant way to add Mission Style in your home. It’s better to choose dark & neutral scheme with bold & big prints. Small doses are much better to keep the tone alive.
The dark wood furniture is one of prime principals often adopted for a Mission Style, but the lighter one can also be chosen if necessary. Heavier and larger furniture like this stand-alone bathroom vanity sometimes is included as Mission Style furniture choice. Bold red wall behind the buffet also works well with this furniture, presenting an eye-catching wall background.
Put wooden details as Mission Style features you want to show up. This including wood posts, wood paneling, or fireplace surround. This wood door panel plus its stained glass light windows really make a statement of room. Highlight it with a couple of ceiling lamps installed along the top of hallway.