This lamp was made in house by Liz, using a vintage carpenter light circa 1954. Check out that vintage engraving! It reads: ” Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, March 31st, 1954.”
7.5″ x 6″ x 25″
Combining old elements with contemporary design, Liz curates and creates unique furniture, home spaces, and lifestyle aesthetics. Browse the online shop for a preview of work on the showroom floor available for purchase. Sticks and Bricks makes custom work, but styles can be recreated to your unique specifications. Please visit out Custom page for all pieces available for custom order.
Say hello to these vintage inspired rattan chairs from Roost! We now feature hand picked designs in our store, come on in and check them out!
22″ x 21″ x 12″ (seat height), 26″ (total height)
A beautiful live edge credenza featuring barn board from Guyette Farm, modern hairpin legs, a folding live edge door, and hand-cut angle iron ‘butterflies.’ Store your things in style!
51.5″ x 14″ x 31.5″
Our neighbors at Tack Upholstery Studio reupholstered this beautiful vintage Gio Ponti chair for us in a light and warm genuine leather. The Midcentury Modern, Eames era design is simple, clean, and so comfortable (we’ve tested it). Swing by the shop to try it yourself!
Seat height 18″, back height 31″, chair width 23″
Vintage and unique! We have six of these beautiful white enamel pendants in the shop. Though some are a little banged up and show their age, we find these flaws to make them all the more interesting. Come check out the lot!
Varying lengths, 14″ shade diameter.
The smaller sibling to our larger Live Edge Console Table, this is a perfect piece for those small spaces that need a little attention! Made of oak, this console table has a unique live edge and the legs are made from scrap table leaves.
In need of a statement piece? We currently have two beautiful, nearly seven foot long hand hewn beam benches! One has a ‘natural’ magazine rack, while the other has a unique split seam detail.
6′ 8″ x 9″ x 16″
Let this inspire you to dream up your own island. We’ll find (or make) the perfect top for you, complete with pipe base and rope shelves.
This old butcher block couldn’t have been turned into anything else. Using 1″ pipe, manila rope and oak boards, Liz was able to add handsome function to what may have otherwise become scrap wood.