Contemporary Farmer's Market
The last thing this photo looks like is the checkout lane in a grocery store. In fact, if you didn't notice the point of sale system located in the left of the shot, you might miss the counter all together. This was the entire point for this vintage farmhouse project. We wanted to celebrate the frontier history of old western Tsawwassen.
To accomplish this design, we used a variety of various wood; particle board strips, plywood's, and 2x4's to create the wall. Our contractor meticulously arranged this mishmash of salvage wood, attached everything together neatly and used a few layers of black paint wash to provide an aged appeal. The stunning outcome has now become a staple feature in every one of the Meridian Farm Market stores.
Layered in salon style is an assortment of local vintage photos displaying Tsawwassen in their hay day. Antique horseshoes and numerous salvaged antique windows adorn the wall. The checkout counters are POS systems are encased with barn style wood panels to complete this style.