The ultra-exclusive Homemade Society
supper club held its inaugural dinner at The Croft
farm and sanctuary on Sauvie Island – and Something Borrowed Portland provided the rustic decor for the intimate event.
From the Homemade Society website: “Homemade Society is a community of chefs and hosts reviving the homemade meal. Every quarter, we pair up-and-coming local chefs with off-beat homes to create meals for a good cause. In the spirit of sharing, people in the society are meant to pass on their membership to future diners and all proceeds are donated to a charity of the Airbnb host’s choice.”
At The Croft modern farmhouse and rescue sanctuary, guests dined on a four-course family-style meal utilizing a portion of the farm’s winter produce. Professional chefs Patrick Mannion and Jon Tancinco created a delectable dinner inspired by the flavors of the Pacific Northwest, dished up on servingware and decor provided by Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals. The overall feel was rustic, hand-made, and homegrown, with a charming farmstead party vibe.
The guests had an amazing time connecting and sampling the meal, with all proceeds of the event being donated to the Barn at the Croft
, a rescue sanctuary that works to protect and rehabilitate mistreated and neglected farm animals.
You can read more about this event on the Homemade Society blog here
Food: Factotum Dining | Wine: Soter Vineyards | Flowers: Hardcore Florist | Furniture/Decor: Something Borrowed Vintage Rentals | Photography: Ryan Flood Photography
Vintage Rentals in Action:
Something Borrowed Portland Vintage Rental pieces featured include: Chehalis farm tables, assorted wooden chairs, large wood coins, vintage china dinner and salad plates, vintage silver flatware, Benton medium and small lanterns, silver trays, amber, teal, olive and clear vintage goblets, Kaveh, Arman, Hamadan and Kazak rug and Brewer portable bar.