This gorgeous historic building is now a new Baltimore wedding venue located in a quiet industrial area. Early last year, the Sandtown Furniture team bought this abandoned warehouse for their woodcrafting company headquarters. After a journey of thoughtful renovations, they’ve re-opened the once-boarded windows. Now the sunlight shines once again on the perfectly peeling brick walls.
The wedding space, called the Butterfly Room, is located in the front of the building with concrete floors. Then on the other side of the entrance, a stunning glass wall separates The Room from the working woodshop. It features multiple nooks which perfectly separate wedding areas like cocktail hour, a ceremony space, a lounge area, or a photobooth. The wide-open concept of the warehouse allows for total customization. You can really make this place shine with any vision, style, and unique ideas. This new Baltimore wedding venue provides great historic character, natural light, high ceilings, old preserved textures, and an experience your guests will love.
With a great vision, or with a great planner like The Otherside Creatives who designed these layouts, this open warehouse can truly come to life. I can easily envision modern, boho, edgy, minimalistic, bold, & earthy styles. The ceremony space would fit great in the room to the left of the entrance where the textured peeling walls shine as a backdrop. Add in some gorgeous florals to soften the space and you’re ready to go! The wide-open main area perfectly fits reception tables with a great dance floor for celebrating long into the night.
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Vendor Team || Venue: Sandtown Furniture Co || Planner: The Otherside Creatives || Rentals: The Otherside Rentals, Something Vintage, & Pretty Little Wedding Co || DJ: Mixing Maryland || Florist: Thurman & Fig || Coffee: Vagrant Coffee || Lighting: 27 Studios || Catering: Zeffert & Gold || Signage: Lynny C