We are super excited to introduce our new Natural Farm Tables! For some time now, we’ve been trying to figure out how we can adequately show on our website the amazing texture of our reclaimed wood farm tables. Well, we figured why not just seal them and let their natural beauty, texture, and dimension show through??! So that’s what we did and…BOOOM…our Natural Farm Tables were born! These babies are handmade from century old barn wood reclaimed from barns in Maryland and Pennsylvania. We decided to dress them up and give them some beautiful turned legs as well! How you doin?
Look at that TEXTURE! Daaaaammmn. And yes, they have a matte sealer on them preserving their details from damage (and wine).
Right now, we have a limited number of the Natural Farm Tables, but plan to have more this spring for weddings and events in Maryland, Virginia, and DC. If you need a certain number for an event, please let us know as soon as possible so we can ensure we make a sufficient number. We can’t wait to see them shine this spring! And how awesome do they look with our new cross back chairs?!
These natural farm tables seat 8-10 guests and are 96″ x 42″.
When our friend Rebekah Murray asked us to support her new (and amazing!) venture The Virginia Dare Dress Company, we were happy that our vintage furniture and props could lend a hand to a fellow boss-lady! She hosted a Kickstarter launch party at the Thomas Birkby House in Leesburg, Virginia to help reach her goal.
She started launched Virginia Dare Dress Co after 10 years of working as a photographer. “I believe beautiful dresses make us feel confident and graceful. I’m drawn to classic silhouettes and simple styles that are flattering and elegant yet easy to wear every day,” said Rebekah. For event planners and photographers especially, it is important to look professional but still have functionality and movement–and POCKETS! So after a lot of research and working with patterns makers in NYC and DC, Rebekah launched Virginia Dare. You can purchase a one of her amazing dress and support her Kickstarter here.
Our Eleanor bench is one of our favorite little pieces–she looked great at the Birkby House!
We’re pulling for you, Rebekah! Good luck!
HOST: Virginia Dare Dress Co. VENUE: Thomas Birkby House, Leesburg VA || Photography: Paula Bartosiewicz Photography || FLORALS: Wild Green Yonder || STYLING: A Daily Something || BREAD: Knead to Know || PIES : Sweet Annie Jaynes || VINTAGE FURNITURE: Something Vintage Rentals || FOOD:Tuscarora Mill, South Street Under, Magnolia’s || CERAMICS : The White Hearth || SIGNS: Mended Press || CALLIGRAPHY: The Script Market ||
We were literally giddy when we saw these photos from Elizabeth Fogarty of a stunning wedding at the George Washington Masonic Memorial in May in Alexandria, VA. Our Provence whitewashed farm tables really shine in this one. AND our Etoile Gray Pedestal tables made their debut!
This baby is awaiting publication so this is all we can show for now! But stay tuned for more!
VENUE: George Washington Masonic National Memorial, Alexandria VA || PHOTOGRAPHER: Elizabeth Fogarty || STYLING//PLANNING: Heirloom DC || RENTALS: Something Vintage Rentals
We are a sucker for a good backyard wedding and Malia and Gareth’s intimate wedding in St. Leonard, Maryland definitely takes the cake! First, isn’t she stunning?! AND THAT DRESS! I’m totally obsessed with her effortless and gorgeous look.
We love how our farm tables set the intimate atmosphere and topped off glow from the string lights overhead. Many of our clients add in our farm tables even when they are using rounds tables at their venues because there is something about the warm color of our reclaimed wood and sitting at a family-style table with family and friends that just makes it seem more familiar and cozy. And how much more intimate can you get than this picture-perfect wedding?!
Thank you Malia and Gareth for sharing these gorgeous photos with us and for inviting us to play a small part in your big day. Wishing many happy years to you both!
And boom, more pics of our farm tables and Palmer Garden chairs.
Congrats to Malia and Gareth, again!
VENUE: St. Leonard, Maryland, backyard wedding || PHOTOGRAPHY: Barbara O Photography || FARM TABLE AND CHAIR RENTALS: Something Vintage Rentals || DRESS: N/A
Can I just say how incredibly honored and thrilled I am that Something Vintage was a part of this wedding at Riverside on the Potomac that was featured in Martha Stewart Weddings?! I went with our crew to set up our reclaimed wood farm tables and wine barrel bar early in the day, but had no idea how incredibly beautiful the design would be by Kelley Cannon Events. I absolutely loved the lavender bridesmaids dresses paired coral and red charm peonies by Holly Chapple. The striking color pallet really made for a very elegant take on a barn wedding. And those watercolored invitations were incredible!!!
Thank you Sasha and Tyler for letting us be a part of your special day!
VENUE: Riverside on the Potomac || PLANNING: Kelley Cannon Events || FLORALS: Holly Heider Chapple || INVITATIONS/CALLIGRAPHY: Julie Song Ink || DRESS: Sarah Seven
When Amber from A Little Terroir Blog
reached out to see if Something Vintage would be interested in participating in DC Makers Supper, I jumped at the opportunity! I love the District and its thriving creative scene. Plus, I believe in sourcing local as much as possible. We design and build majority of our bars and tables from wood we reclaim from century-old DC row houses. Most of our upholstered pieces also come from the District. We heart DC!
The DC Makers Supper was held at the gorgeous Republic Restoratives
in Ivy City. Isn’t it a fantastic space? Those are our farm tables and Palmer chairs in the pic (and candlesticks!) We love the industrial look and can’t wait to do another event there.
A Big THANK YOU to the other sponsors!