Finishing Touch On Adam’s Toyota!
Just recently we finished up our Adam’s Toyota project with creating a media wall for the floor show room. This was the final piece, and final stage, to be completed in the three wall project. The concept of the media wall was to incorporate a unique barrier within the customer service area to provide the perfect amount of privacy to customers while not secluding any part of the open floor plan. All pieces of wood found in this particular piece are sourced from local dilapidated barns from Northwest Missouri and are a collection of different mixed hardwoods-majority of walnut and oak. The dimensions of the wall are approximately 10 feet long x 30 inches wide with just enough space in between to allow natural lighting to pass through.
All the wood utilized in this particular piece was at some point part of fully standing barns dating back to the late 1890’s here in Northwest Missouri. Ever piece was taken down by hand and personally refurbished and treated to the state at which you see it today. A rewarding process that is really worth the time and effort as you can see from the beauty that this wood portrays. It is truly an honor to work with institutions such as Adam’s Toyota and Crossland Construction to make an opportunity like this com to life. It is through projects like this that really allows our Missouri history to keep being passed down from generation to generation. It is a project that I have truly enjoyed working on and can’t wait for many more like it to come in the future. Next time you are in Adam’s Toyota definitely make sure to take the time to check it out and see what wood was like back in the 1890’s right here in Missouri. I can’t thank Adam’s Toyota and Crossland Construction enough for affording me the opportunity to be a part of something so special!