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Decorating in Mission Style

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mission style
Characterized as 
simple, casual, and comfortable, mission style originated in the late 19th Century as a popular manifestation of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. The style is best known for furniture that features geometric lines and flat panels designed to celebrate the beauty of wood grain (especially oak). Architecture that fits mission style is typically found in Craftsman style bungalows.
Other features of this style include leather upholstery, woven fabrics, stained glass, and an earthy color palette, such as green and rust.

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