We recently did a production of His Girl Friday, which meant acquiring a LARGE volume of vintage office furniture and supplies; here’s some of the furniture pieces we now have available to rent.
Vintage 1940s oak desk chair – spins, without wheels.
Vintage 1940s oak desk chair – spins, with wheels.
Vintage 1950s wooden desk chair – spins, without wheels, slatted back.
Vintage 1960s wooden chair with rattan back – spins, on wheels.
New, vintage looking faux-leather burgundy desk chair – spins, on wheels. 26″ wide, 26″ deep, floor-back 47″ tall.
Small (somewhat fragile) telephone table with sliding drawer. 26″ wide, 18″ deep, 30″ tall.
Sturdy arts & crafts/ craftsman style (c. 1920) wood desk 40.5″ wide, 28.5″ deep, 29.5″ tall.
Painted metal cabinet, could be used as a file cabinet or safe. 19″ wide, 12″ deep, 40″ tall.
Mid-century style (1950s/60s) desk with drawers. 42″ wide, 20″ deep, 28″ tall.
- Vintage Wood Office Chairs: see individual pictures for details
Rental Price: $20.00 each/wk
- Burgundy Faux Leather Executive Chair: see individual picture for details
Rental Price: $30.00/wk
- Small Telephone Desk: see individual picture for details
Rental Price: $15.00/wk
- Wood Arts & Crafts and Mid Century Modern Desks: see individual pictures for details
Rental Price: $40.00 each/wk
- Metal Cabinet: see individual picture for details
Rental Price: $15.00/wk
The styles we have available would be suitable for someone looking for something from the 1920s-60s, or something modern day with a vintage twist. Discounts available when renting multiple pieces at once, prices listed are for a single item, before HST.
Stay tuned to see some of the smaller set dressing items we have as well.
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One of the necessary set pieces for Wait Until Dark is a suitcase with travel stickers, and so I’ve been scouring the internet for some of my favourite mid-century designs.
It’s really unfortunate that these are no longer used by hotels and airways, because some of them were really beautifully designed, and who wouldn’t love a bag covered in them? Personally, I might print off a second set for myself and add them to my own luggage.
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In need of some last-minute decorations or gifts? Check out these sources for great vintage printables and hand-make a card, gift tag, wreath or garland. Be sure to tweet pictures of your creations to @BygoneTheatre! Click on the images for links to the original sites.
Graphics Fairy has hundreds of Christmas printables.
Vintage Holiday Crafts features many turn-of-the-century Christmas cards
Beautiful gift tags from Christmas Charisma.
True to its name, Free Pretty Things For You has some adorable prints, a bit more modern and colourful than the others, plus ideas how on to use them!
Miss the kitschy-fun wrapping paper of yesteryear? No fear! Aunt Peaches has some scanned so print to your hearts content.
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