Create swoon-worthy style with Something Old Dayton

The Internet is awash with perfectly styled photos -- you know, the ones with a vintage couch in a wheat field, or a themed wedding shoot in an empty urban loft, perfectly balancing between nostalgia, glam and grit.

You see these immaculately sharable snaps celebrating weddings, birthdays, graduations and the like. Planning for such a shoot can be a daunting task, never mind scouring for the perfect vintage item and transportation to its photogenic destination.

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That's where Something Old Dayton hopes to step in and put you at ease.

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Specializing in vintage furniture and prop rentals as well as offering studio space and styling, Mari and Kyle Foster began their niche business a little under a year ago, intially out of the basement of their home. 

They quickly realized more space for their growing collection of rentable items was needed, and thus the studio space in the Linden-Davis building came into being.

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Now, the couple not only rents out vintage furniture, accessories and props, but they offer their studio as a photography space and include styling packages within their pricing guidelines, as well as options to take items to other locations.

Their long term goals include hopefully expanding their studio space and establinshing themselves within the local wedding industry.

With new owners of the Linden-Davis building and their forthcoming plans to convert much of the space to an event venue, we're sure Something Old Dayton is on their way to their biggest and wildest dreams being fulfilled.

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