Did you know that you can now find us at Lara Grace Interiors?
Why not pop in to see us and view some of our stunning designs:

Lara Grace Interiors
39 St Edward Street
Leek, Staffordshire
ST13 5DN

www.laragrace.co.uk

01538 388732

Home to handmade, rustic furniture and household items made from reclaimed materials.

Whether you’re looking for a classic piece of vintage furniture or you’re searching for a weird and wacky gift made from reclaimed materials, we have everything you need and more!

Browse our shop for items ready to go, or check out our inspiration page for more unique, one-off items made just for you!

Our Favourites

Book Lamp

Red and Black Vintage Interiors

Piston Broke Coat Hook

Naughty Stool

Church Pew

Create your perfect piece

Red and Black Vintage Interiors also
offer custom-made pieces
so you can have something as unique as you are!

Unlike most companies who make and sell furniture and household items, we don’t mass-produce our items. 

Everything is handmade by us (Bros and Lynne) from reclaimed materials – that means every piece we create is different. This also means that we can make pretty much anything you can think of! 

So, if you have an idea in mind, get in touch with us today. If you know you want something different but you’re not quite sure what yet, head over to our inspiration page to see some of our previous custom orders.

Traditional Signwriting Services

Did you know that we also offer a traditional signwriting service?

We paint everything from names to characters; either on pieces that we have made, or on your own items.

For more information click the button below.

Who Are We?

Handmade in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands

Red and Black Vintage Interiors make and supply rustic furniture, handmade household accessories and quirky gift ideas.

Although initially established by husband and wife team, Bros and Lynne (that’s us over there 👈), you can usually find the whole family pottering around the farm and workshop nestled away in the heart of the Staffordshire Moorlands.

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