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Specs:

38 1/2″W x 38 1/2″D x 34″H

– Mission Style
– Fiber Pad with Bonded Foam
– Crisscross Webbing on Back & Seat
– Full Wood Panel Back
– Reversible Back & Seat Cushions
– One Throw Pillow

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McKinley Mission Chair

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    $500 - $2999
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    $3000 - $4999
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    $5000 - $7999
  • 13% off entire order

    $8000 - over
**Discounts do not apply to outdoor furniture.
***Discounts do not apply to shipping costs.

McKinley Mission Chair

Do you know what characterizes the Mission-style design? This type of furniture has been popular for decades. It features chunky legs and straight horizontal and vertical lines. Mission furniture is known for its durability, which is certainly true of our McKinley Mission Chair. The solidly constructed chair demonstrates greater reliability than any of the mass-produced items you can find at a big retailer. Our chair is handcrafted by Amish artisans and made in the USA. Most importantly, it looks beautiful and feels comfortable when you sit. 

The McKinley Mission Chair will become the perfect complement to your existing decor in your living room, basement or bedroom. No matter where you put the chair, it stands out. You can customize its appearance, too, selecting from a range of fabric options for the upholstery. We also offer a choice of wood types, such as Hickory, Q.S. White Oak and Rustic Cherry. You can select a stain from our many shades, including Asbury or Antique Slate.

Our Amish woodworkers have spent their lives training for furniture making. In their early years, they watch their parents and grandparents create furniture through traditional methods, such as dovetail and tongue and groove jointing. As these gifted craftworkers age, they begin using these techniques themselves. They rely on pneumatic and hand tools, never employing electric models. Many of our customers say the resulting pieces are “heirloom-quality,” worthy of being passed down to their children one day. 

We offer up to 33% off our regular prices, and we also publish monthly specials on our homepage. You can contact us to learn more about the McKinley Mission Chair.