Casburn Brett wanted the opposite of that rushed and compressed feeling. She wants to move customers to talk about the products with Virginia's educated staff, and spend a lot of time browsing and discovering. In the coming months she plans to add more elements that complement the relaxed atmosphere. For instance, she wants to create a reading nook next to the Sunflower Cafe where customers can sip coffee and flip through general health and cookbooks. She said she has some great statement piece chairs and cool lighting fixtures that will make the loungey area extra inviting.
Casburn said the design process is fluid, and it's not at all unusual to continue refining and re-working things after a store has opened. "We wanted the chance to see how people use the space and react to it. We like to go back and evaluate, and if it turns out people are using it in a way we didn't anticipate, we can make adjustments," she said. "We'll probably visit again in six months and help with any final touches." Casburn Brett and Ash also wanted to incorporate original art pieces into the environment. Casburn Brett knew she wanted work with a rustic, authentically Alabamian feel, and she knew exactly who could deliver. She and Ash approached Ameri'ca Jones, a local artist with twenty years of experience, who is known for her exquisite metal work. Jones created several pieces, including an antique-looking reclaimed wood sign with metal molded into the shape of Alabama and the words "Eat Here," and a massive installation above the fruits, veggies, beverages and frozen foods in store's far right aisle. The installation is made of hand-cut metal words Jones fashioned with a torch-like plasma cutter, and old shutters from local homes that she found at antique stores and other places.
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Saturday - Sunday: Closed. This doctor profile was extracted from the dataset publicized on Jun 1st, 2017 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and from the corresponded NPI record updated on Jul 8th, 2007 on NPPES website. If you found out anything that is incorrect and want to change it, please follow this Update Data guide. Brad L Temple specializes in chiropractic in Salina, KS and has over 27 years of experience in the field of medicine. He graduated from his medical school with his medical degree in 1993. Brad L Temple is licensed to practice by the state board in Kansas (0104179).
Brad L Temple also practices at 2100 South 9Th Street, Salina, KS. He is accepting new patients at his medical office, and available for appointments, preventative care, medical care as well as ongoing patient care.