Santa Fe Collection Details
The Sante Fe Furniture Collection is named after the oldest capital city in the United States. The city of Sante Fe was designed following the Laws of the Indies – a body of laws issued by the Spanish Crown in the 1600’s. The Spanish colonists wanted to maintain their Spanish heritage and culture. The city was laid out around a central plaza, and there are strict building codes to maintain the Pueblo style of architecture. Sante Fe is also known for the arts that reflect the multicultural character of the city. The area has a high concentration of artist due to the area’s natural beauty of the landscape as well as the flora and fauna.
The Sante Fe Furniture Collection maintains just the right balance of Spanish influence and western design. As the town is multicultural this line of rustic furniture works well in many different decors including Spanish, Western, Southwestern, Rustic, and Lodge.
Thick, hand forged metal is shaped into flowing curves much like the Spaniards did for their gates and furniture hundreds of years ago. No thin, hollow look alike metal here – just real solid metal. You have your choice of mesquite table tops or reclaimed barnwood. The mesquite furniture has beautiful turquoise mixed into the cracks further enhancing the southwestern rustic charm.
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Santa Fe Materials
Live edge mesquite wood slabs or salvaged barnwood are combined with thick, heavy forged metal table bases – the resulting furniture has a distinct style and character fitting of any Spanish, western, lodge or ranch décor.
Santa Fe Finishes
Turquoise is used to enhance the southwestern charm. Certain designs are available with hair on hide leather for a unique western look. All designs have a high quality clear coat finish to protect the beauty of the wood.
Santa Fe Aesthetics
The forged metal curved bases give this collection a distinct Spanish feel. The antique barnwood planked tops add refined rustic character and allows the furniture to become transitional.