On a hot day in July, we opened the oversized garage doors to an amazing 2,000 sq. industrial warehouse to give our inventory of vintage, decorative and unique rentals a loving home. Right in the middle of the antique district of Red Bank, we unloaded our jam-packed storage spaces to finally spread out and allow people to visit and see our inventory in person.
Since that day, we have hosted photo shoots, brainstormed for events, moved furniture in and out and in and out again, met with brides and grooms and dreamed up the future of Dovetail Vintage Rentals.
As you walk into our warehouse, you will run into one of my favorite collections. I can often be heard saying, “Signage is everything”. I truly believe that signage can elevate any event and I take it very seriously. At Dovetail, we offer lots of options for signage including vintage freestanding chalkboards, an oversized school chalkboard, antique and unique frames and custom options.
Twenty 8ft reclaimed wood farm tables line the brick walls. We love to mock up our tables and imagine how we could use our small items to create the perfect table scape. We had our farm tables made specifically for the array of unique wedding venues and the ever-popular backyard weddings that we all love so much!
You cannot miss the large industrial shelving in the back of the warehouse with a rainbow of lounge furniture such as a leather Chesterfield sofa, a bright pink Queen Anne loveseat and ornate chairs. We love the trend of bringing the indoors out and creating unique lounge areas for your ceremony or cocktail areas. Your guests will feel immediately welcomed to sit with a glass of wine chatting with old friends and family.
Our collection of large and small items and props is always evolving and there is something for everyone. We can’t wait for you to come visit our warehouse!
Take a look around below through the magic of the internet. Thank you to Christina Lilly Photography for snapping these photos from scenes around the warehouse. We always appreciate her stopping by!
Photo credit: Christina Lilly Photography