PHOTOS & BACKSTORY
"There is no magic in magic; it's all in the details."
- Walt Disney
Every aspect of creating this space was intentional! The aesthetic feel is a contemporary take on your Grandma’s house; a warm and inviting place you look forward to coming back to!
Where it all started! This was 818 Main Street in January of 2022; before Jim & Amber transformed into it Bumper Crop Coffee!
A Family Affair
It indeed takes a Village! Family & friends lent their talents to assist with our build. The Mader family was on-site to help with wallpaper and painting; the Wicks men combined efforts to custom-weld our wheel light-fixtures and table bases, and the Reed family assisted with the custom barn-wood ceiling while Riley (age 6) managed the project.
Old to New
In order to create the aesthetic look and feel for Bumper Crop Coffee we re-used/re-purposed as many items as possible. Some highlights include, our 114-year-old ceiling wood that came from the Kimbitch Farm, located North of Genesse. Our custom tables were hand-made by Co-Owner, Jim Wicks and the vintage tools on the base, welded by Jim and his Dad, Jim Sr. The wood for our Bumper Crop custom tables were cut and milled from Jim’s brother-in-law on their family property. Our back seating area “mirror window” is from Co-Owner Amber Reed’s Grandma’s barn in S. Deerfield, Massachusetts. And lastly, our dishes and plates were hand-picked from numerous estate and garage sales throughout the Pacific Northwest.