Faded in all the right ways, we can’t help but love this beautifully worn hand knotted Turkish runner. A piece like this adds a warm, natural tone to any space.
43 x 125
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.
A slightly different take on Liz’s Cedar and Steel Bench– The structural, angular steel legs coupled with the beautifully dense cedar block creates a bench that has some serious presence (and weight)! Oh, the possibilities!
53.5 x 13.5 x 19
This is a seriously special piece. Found in a basement here on Market Street in downtown Northampton, this 13 foot long wooden sign hung outside of ‘The Food Temple’- a grocery store- on what was Pleasant Street in 1923! Underneath the green text are the words ‘Reardon’s Grocery,’ which we know predates ‘The Food Temple,’ though by how many years we don’t know! Beauitfully preserved and full of local history- just how we like it!!
13 ft x 20 in.
Using the frame from an old crib- yes, a crib!- and reclaimed barn board, Liz created a simple, yet eye-catching coffee table that is sure to spruce up any space. Plus, it has the sweetest little shelf.
51 x 27.5 x 19
Please join us in swooning over these chairs.
Liz hand crocheted the natural jute onto these found, modern circle chair frames and added dreamy, fluffy white pillows for maximum (and tested) comfort. Swooning yet? Stop in and try them out for yourself!
27 h x 28 d
A seriously stunning vintage piece! This vintage Hunter Zephair fan was made in Memphis and is nearly 6 feet tall! This guy can be plugged in with any extension cord- or we can rewire it for you for a small upcharge!
27″ (d) x 70″
If you’ve been in the shop you know we have a thing for sewing table bases… So this custom ordered dining table pretty much checks all the boxes in the “things we love” handbook. Unconventional everything!
A classic combination of vintage charm and modern sensibility is plain old irresistible to us here at Sticks and Bricks. That’s why Liz came up with the idea to design sleek metal bases to give tiny wooden school chairs a new life. We currently have four available.
Have a chair you could totally see working with our base? Shoot us an email!
24.5 ” base height.
This beauitful console table showcases unusual oak planks from an old spiral staircase. The rustic steel combined with the unique, geometric oak truly come together to form a modern piece with history- Just how we like it!
72 x 18 x 28
This bench truly delivers- looks good, smells amazing! Liz used a solid piece of cedar and angled steel legs to create a unique and modern piece. We can imagine this beautiful, sleek bench indoors or out!
47 x 13.5 x 18
Don’t be fooled by our large statement pieces- Sticks & Bricks carries a range of furniture for your space, regardless of its size limitations. (We’re looking at you, downtown Northampton!) This pedestal table is a perfect example of that. The intricate metal base gives this table a presence, while the 1″ thick wood top maintains a light, streamlined feel- perfect for a small, cozy space.
29 x 33.5 diam
Can you think of a more handsome leather chair? We can’t, either. This original 20’s brown leather is perfectly worn, though we added a new cushion for a more comfortable experience. It’s all about the details with this chair; check out those pleated arms! This unique find is a perfect example of the vintage selection we keep in the shop.
31 x 29 x 33