Renting vintage furniture can be an affordable and practical way to achieve a desired look without the expense of purchasing and storing the pieces long-term.If you're looking for vintage furniture, art, household goods, and clothing to rent for movies, photo shoots, or staging, then Mr. Mansfield Vintage is the perfect place to start your search.
With an impressive collection of unique vintage items, you will find everything you need to create an authentic vintage look for your project. Whether you're searching for mid-century modern furniture, vintage clothing, or vintage decor, Mr. Mansfield Vintage has a wide variety of options to choose from.
We specialize in items from the 1950s, 60s, 70s. However, If you do not see the item you are looking for, feel free to call us 587-893-0716 to see if we have it in stock or visit our vintage store at 1611 - 14 Street SW, Calgary Alberta.
Our attention to detail and commitment to quality ensures that each piece in our collection is in excellent condition and will add a touch of nostalgia to any setting. So, if you're in the market for vintage items for your next project, contact us!
Rental rates for: Movie Productions, Set Design, Photo shoots, Home Staging, Weddings.
1. Rental Rates: 20% + 5% GST of the retail cost of the item per week. This means that if an item costs $1000 at retail price, you would have to pay $210 per week to rent it. However, there is a minimum rental period of one week, so even if you only rent the item for a few days, you would still be charged for a full week. For example, if you rented an item for three days, you would still be charged for a full week.
2. Purchase Requirement: If the item you want to rent is priced lower than $300, you will have to purchase it instead of renting it. Items priced at $300 or above can be rented.
If feasible, we will buy back the item at 60% to the buyer.
3. Damaged Items: If there is damage to the item rented, renter will have to pay for the cost of repair. This means that if the repair cost is $50, you will have to pay $50. However, if the cost of repairing the item is more than the cost of buying a new one, renter will have to purchase the item instead of paying for the repairs. For example, if the cost of repairing an item is $500 but the item costs only $300, you would have to purchase the item instead of paying for the repairs.
4. All Pick up and delivery is the responsibility of the renter.