Our story

Those of you who have been following us since the beginning probably have an idea of how we got started. With the debut of our new website, we thought this would be a perfect time to share our story with you. Here’s our story brought to life by the very talented folks at Visual Creatives

and on that note, we would also like to invite you to our newly developed website created by the masterminds at Paradox Design Studio. They’ve spent countless hours designing and creating our new website to our every last detail. Without further adieu, we present to you the new look for Unearthed Vintage. {pssst….click on the link <— }


New additions to our collection of consoles, vanities, buffets & side tables

After our last buying trip through Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia, we came back with a lot of new pieces to add to our collection. These are just a few snapshots of some of the finds from our trip that are now available to rent for your next event.

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The last table below is actually one of our custom cocktail tables that we made from solid cast iron bases and reclaimed white pine tops. One of the many details that sets us apart from other vintage rental companies in South Florida is that we only use reclaimed lumber for our table tops that is sometimes over 100 years old. Most of our reclaimed lumber comes from old barns in Tennessee that have been dismantled and repurposed.

We strive to maintain true to our passion by providing our clients with actual vintage furniture and custom pieces and not furniture that is new and made to look “vintage”. We hope that you can appreciate this effort and appreciate the true nature of our vintage collection.

– Jovan & Katie

Please send any inquiries to info@unearthedvintage.com

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Teaming up with Hook & Irons Co.

When Hook & Irons Co came to us looking for some inspiration to help promote their latest signature design, The Ladder Shop, we were honored to help. If you haven’t heard of them, check them out here. In just one and a half years since they opened their doors, they have almost 30,000 likes on facebook with a clientele that reaches as far as Australia! Here’s a brief description from their website about their latest design…

” For almost a hundred years, the San Francisco Ladder Shop has been building, maintaining and servicing all of the wooden ladders for the San Francisco Fire Department.  While SFFD is not the last department to use wooden ladders, they are the only one that builds their own. 

Hook & Irons Co. celebrates the history and the craftsmanship of the San Francisco Ladder Shop with our latest Signature Shirt.  Hand drawn by Tom Lane and printed using waterbase ink on a 100% cotton American Apparel Shirt, we have spared nothing to bring forward a design that matches the craftsmanship of San Fran’s great ladder shop.”


{Photography by Mayfly Photography. Vintage ladder from Unearthed Vintage}


{Photography by Mayfly Photography. Vintage ladder from Unearthed Vintage}


{Photography by Mayfly Photography. Chair and farmhouse table from Unearthed Vintage}


{Photography by Mayfly Photography. Farmhouse table from Unearthed Vintage}

100-year-old reclaimed barnwood farmhouse tables

We are excited to announce that our first of twenty farmhouse tables is finally complete! By next month, we will have completed 13 of these beauties and a total of 20 tables by the end of the year! The table measurements are 8′ x 40″. That’s 10″ wider than a typical banquet rental table allowing you to utilize more space for table runners and centerpieces.

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

When these tables are arranged in a “family style” seating arrangement, you can comfortably seat 8 to 10 people per table.

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

These tables are constructed of  100-year-old reclaimed barnwood from Tennessee and you can still see the original square nail holes and the giant saw-mill blade marks.

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Each board used to construct these tables is unique in its own way. We even left some of the original chippy paint on the undersides of the tables.

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Reclaimed barnwood farmhouse table

Send us an inquiry at info@unearthedvintage.com to reserve these beautiful ladies for your next event!