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About Us

American Home Furniture and Mattress was founded by Mr. Emanuel "Mannie" Blaugrund in 1936 with the aspiration of establishing a community-based, high-quality, first-class furniture store offering value to customers at all price levels. The mission has been an overwhelming success, with current Owner and CEO Kenton Van Harten continuing in this tradition. American Home is New Mexican owned and operated for over 84 years, employs 150 team members and serves the State from locations in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Farmington. Today American Home Furniture and Mattress has six brick and mortar locations as well as a vibrant internet showroom. American Home Furniture and Mattress stays committed to being a high-quality, first-class furniture store offering value to customers at all price levels.

American Home in Our Community

American Home Furniture and Mattress is proud of our New Mexico history. As a locally owned and operated company, our team members live and work in the community. We travel the world curating products that we know are perfect for New Mexico and New Mexicans. American Home is committed to building long-term relationships within the community. American Home coordinates with community groups providing extensive investments of team members' time along with in-kind, merchandise and significant financial contributions. We proudly work with some of the great organizations of New Mexico, following are some of the many groups we have supported; Roadrunner Food Bank, The Food Depot, Echo Food Bank, the Durango Food Bank, Animal Humane New Mexico, Lap Dog Rescue of New Mexico, Heading Home, Beds4Kidz, New Day Youth and Family Services, United Way, National Hispanic Cultural Center and the University of New Mexico Hospital. This strong connection to our area is what guides us in working with organizations across the state to help support New Mexicans.

We have committed ourselves to the communities we serve demonstrated by our ongoing support of the social services, education, and the arts. See more on our In Our Community page.