Mediterrania Home

Established in 1994, MEDITERRANIA is the only home furnishings store in Santa Fe, New Mexico special company that maintains its own production facility in Peru.

Established in 1994, MEDITERRANIA is the only home furnishings store in Santa Fe, New Mexico specialized in southern European, Mediterranean and Spanish colonial accessories, reproductions, custom furniture, antiques and textiles. In addition to being the largest direct importer of antiques from Spain in the U.S., MEDITERRANIA is also the largest stocking dealer in the country of fine "Uriarte Tal

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 03/01/2024

It took months to clean and restore this large early 17th century oil on linen painting of “Our Lady of the Rosary with the Holy Child, St. Dominic and St. Clare”. Meticulously restored to its original splendor by expert hands in Granada, we could not be more pleased with the results.

02/25/2024

Displayed in this product vignette at Mediterránia Santa Fe, are a stunning piece of 19th century Fajalauza pottery from Granada, two contemporary Talavera vases from Puebla, MX, a two-handle terracotta olive oil jar from the province of Seville, an 18th century Pyrenees pine “platero” and 18th century columns from the north and south of Spain.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 02/24/2024

These images after restoration are of the antique walnut credenza from northern Spain that we showed you a few weeks ago as it looked when we found it. Coming soon to Mediterránia Santa Fe.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 02/23/2024

Several weeks ago we showed you an image of this 16th century wrought iron weathervane from the Rioja wine region prior to restoration at our warehouse in Catalonia, Spain. Attached are detail shots showing it fully restored. Coming soon to Mediterránia Santa Fe.

02/21/2024

An imposing carved, gilt and polychromed 17th century wood sculpture of St. Anthony Abbot stands in front of a contemporary tooled Cordovan leather mirror, and is flanked by a semi-glazed two-handle oil jar from the province of Cuenca, Spain. On display at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

02/20/2024

Shown here at Mediterránia Santa Fe are 4 of the last remaining hand-painted tablecloths produced by our dear friend, Miriam Bonera Brun, who left us far too soon. Thinking of you each day, MBB! Flanked by two beautiful mid 20th century brass repoussé sconces from Andalusia, Spain. 🇪🇸

02/17/2024

A vignette at Mediterránia Santa Fe comprised of 18th century columns from northern Spain, an 18th century pine cupboard from the Pyrenees, and 19th century pottery from the Spanish regions of Andalusia, Castile-La Mancha and Levante. Photo credit: Tira Howard Photography.

02/17/2024

Talavera and textiles at Mediterránia Santa Fe! Photo credit: Tira Howard Photography. 🇲🇽

02/17/2024

Have you noticed that we’re all a bit starved for color and texture lately? Photo credit: Tira Howard Photography.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 02/10/2024

This underscaled early to mid 18th century library table is from the province of Cuenca, Spain. Crafted in heart of pine, it features two framed drawers, delicate scalloped lyre legs and its original wrought iron drawer pulls and spring locks. With all its original warm honey colored patina, this table literally glows. Arriving soon at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 02/09/2024

Here’s a sampling of the multitude of small 18th and 19th century folk art treasures in clay and glazed ceramic from all across the interior of Spain that are in our next container. Arriving soon at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

02/07/2024

This beautiful pair of large terracotta olive oil / water jars (30” + high) comes from the Spanish region of Aragón. With the concentric circles and undulating lines typical of fine clay pieces from the town of Séstrica in the province of Zaragoza, they date back to the early to mid 19th century. Arriving soon at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 02/05/2024

An underscaled mid to late 18th century mixed wood pantry cabinet from the Rioja wine region in north central Spain. Retaining all its original latticework, brads, wrought iron hinges, lock plates and spring lock, this piece is in excellent antique condition. Arriving soon at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 02/04/2024

This gorgeous pine dowry is dated 1727, and has the date inscribed on the top. With all its rich original patina, it hails from the westernmost part of Catalonia, Spain known in Catalán as “La franja de ponent”, or literally “the strip where the sun sets” along the border of the neighboring region of Aragón. Chests like this usually came from villages located at higher altitudes in the foothills of the Pyrenees mountains. Arriving soon at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 01/28/2024

A mi amiga Miriam Bonera Brun … Comienzo a intuir que un talento como el tuyo podría llegar a ser una carga pesadísima ya que no hay horas en el día para plasmar sobre lino o papel las tropecientas ideas por segundo que paria tu mente. Echaré de menos nuestras batallas dialécticas, así como las conversaciones entre besugos plurilingües que manteníamos de vez en cuando cuando te sentías depre. Espero que estés volando sobre Puerto Escondido, o corriendo por el centro histórico de Oaxaca, y que hayas conseguido por fin la tranquilidad que buscabas. Descansa en paz querida amiga, Miriam. 🇪🇸

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 01/13/2024

On the hunt again … besides the British Empire, China, and perhaps India, no other country ever produced as much fine furniture and art as Spain and its colonies. Fifty years after I was told by two veteran antiques dealers in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter that “there are no antiques left to buy”, it still boggles the mind how many magnificent period pieces there are out there just waiting to be discovered! Pictured here prior to any restoration are a number of stunning 16th to 18th century pieces from the northern half of Spain found during our latest buying trip. Arriving soon at Mediterránia Santa Fe.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 11/20/2023

About 75% through the top to bottom remodel of our apartment in Realejo, the old Jewish quarter of Granada. We are blessed to have stumbled onto the perfect architect / contractor team that has made this (very) long distance project one of the easiest and most enjoyable things that we’ve ever done! Superb quality and reasonably priced work with meticulous organization and constant communication. Projected completion date, February 2024.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 11/07/2023

A few more 18th and 19th century pieces from our most recent buying trip through Aragón and Catalonia, Spain. As nearly all “hunters and gatherers” of antiques know, the best pieces are almost always found in small towns and villages in the countryside, not in large urban areas. Coming soon to Mediterránia Santa Fe.

10/26/2023

When you’ve stayed in as many renovated old village houses, castles and convents as we have during our travels, every now and then you come across a place where space planning didn’t quite turn out as well as one might have expected …

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/25/2023

Details from Christian and Moorish Spain.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/22/2023

In the times in which we live, it’s often difficult to remember that during the seemingly endless 774 years that the Reconquest of Spain lasted, for much of that period the Islamic, Jewish and Christian faiths lived in peace with each other in “enlightened” cities like Toledo, Córdoba and Granada. In every corner of Toledo, for example, one is constantly reminded of the fusion of these three faiths and cultures, and the enormous positive impact that they have had in the world.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/21/2023

When the ceiling of your neighborhood restaurant dates to the late 1500’s, and El Greco and his architect son have worked on the property, you just know that you’re in Toledo (Spain, not Ohio) …

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/19/2023

Most of the millions of people who have viewed Columbus’s tomb in the cathedral in Seville are not aware that his remains have been moved more often than he journeyed to the New World. He died in Valladolid, Spain in 1506, and over the ensuing 5 centuries he was moved to a monastery in Seville, to the Dominican Republic, to Cuba, and finally back to the cathedral in Seville. If only they’d had “forever frequent sailor miles” back then …

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/17/2023

Details of several enormous mid 16th century Flemish tapestries commissioned by King Charles V of Spain, and hung in the “Salón de Tapices” in the Real Alcazar in Seville. In incredible condition for their age, they are marvelous to behold.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/16/2023

When I first arrived in Seville 53 years ago this month to study at the “Facultad de Filosofía y Letras”, to this 18 year old “cheesehead” it was the most exotic place on earth, and beyond merely beautiful. There was also something eerily familiar and comforting about the place, which lead me to blurt out after just 20 minutes in the old Jewish Quarter, “I’m going to live in this country someday!” Decades later I realized that that precise moment was the first time in my life that I had really connected with my southern European roots.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/15/2023

On our way to Sevilla, we noticed this short brick and stone tower that almost certainly was once a minaret to call the Moorish faithful to prayer before the town was definitively reconquered by Christian fighters. If you look carefully at the closeup of the arch, just above it you will observe remnants of colored Moorish tiles.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/14/2023

Found today in Granada, seen here is the inlaid and incised underside of the top of an early 16th century travel trunk depicting the life of Christ, from the Nativity, to the passion and the crucifixion. Truly one of the greatest fragments of Renaissance religious art that we’ve come across over 5+ decades of traveling through Spain.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/13/2023

In Granada to close out our next container and check the progress of the remodeling of our apartment in the old Jewish quarter (Realejo). Although it is the smallest of Spain’s three great Moorish cities, Granada is the most beautiful, the most authentic and the real jewel in the crown. And did I mention the food???

10/12/2023

Outside the San Matias church this morning, before one of the many processions in our neighborhood in Granada in celebration of the “Dia de la Hispanidad”.

Photos from Mediterrania Home's post 10/04/2023

Another major vignette at Mediterránia Santa Fe following the arrival of our latest container. Featuring pieces from the 1400’s, 1500’s on up through the late 19th C. If you haven’t yet visited our showroom, we encourage you to do so. We also invite you to check out our website at MediterraniaHome.com.

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Our Story

Founded in Santa Fe, New Mexico in July 1994, Mediterrania is an extraordinary home furnishings store that features southern European antiques from the early 1500’s to the early 1900’s, Spanish colonial reproductions and custom furniture, unique decorative accessories, textiles and the finest hand-painted Talavera pottery produced today. Located at 222 Galisteo Street in the historic downtown district of Santa Fe. Phone: (505) 989-7948. Web: www.MediterraniaHome.com . Instagram: mediterraniasantafe

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222 Galisteo Street
Santa Fe, NM
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Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 6pm

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