nickhaus

NICK HAUS Vintage Antiques

Warren, Rhode Island · 347 Sales

nickhaus

NICK HAUS Vintage Antiques

Warren, Rhode Island 347 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(142)

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Announcement   NICK HAUS specializes in art, antiques and vintage wares. A constantly rotating collection of art and objects is displayed in a charming miniature building. When warm, it’s open to the garden; when cold, it’s kept cozy by woodfire.

​FOUNDED in 2009, Nick Haus has a physical location at 51 Broad St., Warren, Rhode Island. Nick of Nick Haus uses his training in Interior Architecture to suggest new ways of living with old things. Objects survive epochs, and can inspire us to advance rather than degrade. This is the ethos of Nick Haus.

Nick Haus: smallest shop, smallest town, smallest county, smallest state.
Located in the charming Waterfront Historic District of Warren, Rhode Island

@NickHausShop gives a real-time sense of whats going on in the shop.

Awarded one of the coveted Best of Rhode Island categories in 2017!

Nick Haus was recently featured in the Boston Sunday Globe:
https://tinyurl.com/zlqy28b

Old favorites -- Three Seasons with Nick Haus on the Etsy Blog:
http://www.etsy.com/storque/shop/three-seasons-with-nick-haus-12680/

Also check out early Remodelista:
http://www.remodelista.com/posts/steal-this-look-nick-haus-dinner-party/

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 9, 2017

NICK HAUS specializes in art, antiques and vintage wares. A constantly rotating collection of art and objects is displayed in a charming miniature building. When warm, it’s open to the garden; when cold, it’s kept cozy by woodfire.

​FOUNDED in 2009, Nick Haus has a physical location at 51 Broad St., Warren, Rhode Island. Nick of Nick Haus uses his training in Interior Architecture to suggest new ways of living with old things. Objects survive epochs, and can inspire us to advance rather than degrade. This is the ethos of Nick Haus.

Nick Haus: smallest shop, smallest town, smallest county, smallest state.
Located in the charming Waterfront Historic District of Warren, Rhode Island

@NickHausShop gives a real-time sense of whats going on in the shop.

Awarded one of the coveted Best of Rhode Island categories in 2017!

Nick Haus was recently featured in the Boston Sunday Globe:
https://tinyurl.com/zlqy28b

Old favorites -- Three Seasons with Nick Haus on the Etsy Blog:
http://www.etsy.com/storque/shop/three-seasons-with-nick-haus-12680/

Also check out early Remodelista:
http://www.remodelista.com/posts/steal-this-look-nick-haus-dinner-party/

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Trench Art Lamp WWII Brass Shell Casings 1940s
Trench Art Lamp WWII Brass Shell Casings 1940s
$115.00
19th Century Audubon Bird Print
19th Century Audubon Bird Print
$75.00
Audubon Thrush Bird Print 19th Century
Audubon Thrush Bird Print 19th Century
$68.00
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Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
(142)
Tonya Cornwall

Tonya Cornwall on Apr 19, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I love the character and patina of this fence ornament! I have it on display on a rung of a rustic ladder. Such a great, eye-catching shape! It arrived quickly and carefully packaged.

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About

SMALLEST TOWN, SMALLEST TOWN, SMALLEST COUNTY, SMALLEST STATE: NICK HAUS

NICK HAUS was born of equal parts necessity and dreams.

First came the stuff: a lifelong love of beautiful objects meant that it was time to buy a house to put everything in, and that house had to have a little bit of earth to garden. It had to be near the sea, for cool breezes and mild climes. It had to be historic, because what's the point if a place doesn't have a good story?

The Piano Tuner's Workshop of 1890 in Warren, RI, is that place. It had no heat, no interior to speak of, no foundation and no prospects. A large colony of squirrels came and went through two softball-sized holes in the roof, and they chewed all but three of the rafters to the point of insubstantiality. Nevertheless, it was perfect. In order to fund necessary stabilization and restoration, some of those beautiful objects went to market. And that market remains open to this day -- you're looking at it.

I (Nick) cannot thank you enough for making this possible. Proceeds from NICK HAUS go directly into continuing restoration and establishment of native gardens designed to support local wildlife. Every season reveals its charm through the wavy glass windows of NICK HAUS, and you're welcome to visit.

Shop members

  • Nick

    Owner

    Nick was continually warned as a child not to become an antiques dealer, to no avail. He spends his life building arguments formed from objects and words. Join the dialogue.

  • Aesop

    Bad Cat

    Aesop's primary role is napping, which he performs admirably. Additional duties include sunbathing and ignoring mice.

Shop policies

Last updated on March 26, 2017
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If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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I'll accept payment in almost any form -- contact me if you're having trouble paying the way you'd like.

Failure to make payment or contact me about any problems with your payment, within 48 hours of clicking the "Buy Now" button, will result in a canceled transaction.
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Items will be shipped within two business days after payment in full.

Buyer will be provided shipment information upon payment. I will always endeavor to use the safest and most economical form of shipment for your purchases.
Refunds and Exchanges
I am a reasonable person, and if you are not satisfied, I will work to make things right. If the item has been accurately described and is not in some way flawed, I will accept returns within one weeks of receipt of item, with the buyer to pay return shipping. Items must be received intact and in the condition they were originally sent in.

Please only buy something if you are confident you want it -- in the last two weeks I've had a spate of purchases followed by immediate requests for refunds. This is not fun for me. Please don't do that.