Furniture; it’s a big deal.
To some, furniture is just a necessary means to contain those necessary items like socks & jeans or to display those Santa figurines. To many of our customers, furniture is so much more. It is about design, aesthetics and its ability to contribute to the overall feel of a space. It still needs to hold the necessities, the trinkets and fine china, but we get it—you care about quality as well as functionality. Besides the things we affectionately call smalls, furniture is a big deal because it’s actually really large (& heavy!). You want to get it right; so we care to get it right for you.
Serving The U.S. and International Clients!
Liberty & 33rd has shipped thousands of pieces of furniture all over the US and European, Asian and South American clients. Our customers have come to expect the best quality furniture for the fairest prices.
We curate antique furniture
for your home.
No one wants cookie-cutter anything, except maybe cookies. We started Liberty & 33rd to make quality, antique furniture accessible for every home. Each piece we bring into our warehouse is handpicked by us for its character and quality. It promises to bring an individualistic touch to your home; we can offer one-of-a-kind furniture for your unique home and style. Need a desk with specific measurements and lines for your home office? We know that can feel impossible to find. It’s why we keep growing our inventory.
Didn’t find what you’re looking for? Give us a call! It’s not so different from taking a picture to your hairstylist. We like visuals for reference, too.
In 2012, Adam and I were newly married and trying to make a home (i.e. I was trying to get rid of his bachelor furniture). Somewhere in the process, we discovered a joy in the hunt, the paint and the flipping of gorgeous, unique pieces of furniture. We were selling out of our home and garage. It wasn’t pretty & we didn’t yet have a name. We were just Adam and Kelsey with a house full of wooden goods and office furniture for sale. (Gulp.) With the use of large muscles (and muscles I didn’t know I had), we moved our quickly growing operation into storage garages and eventually a warehouse.