Our country store shows our passion for antique and flea market finds, and abounds with interesting merchandise displays and furnishings. Every effort has been made to allow guests time to browse. Of course, we also offer fresh produce in the Farm Market, harvested here at Weston Red Barn Farm and from other farms right here in our community.
The store has pine flooring, and reclaimed barn boards cover the walls. Our old pressed-tin ceiling and large rustic beams set the atmosphere for the main room. On our 20 ft counter, found in an old hardware store and relocated here, you will find fresh seasonal produce displayed in baskets using the old peck and bushel measuring system. A helpful store attendant can answer questions, provide advice, and give great service at checkout time.
Behind the counter, our walk-in cooler will remind you of the old corner store with its vintage hardware and glass doors. This is where we pile the produce high and keep cider cold and refreshing.
We have a terrific selection of old-fashioned candies, displayed much as they were at the turn of the century. Warm red barn boards, a wood floor and bead board ceiling add ambiance to the shopping experience.
To the left of the entry is the grocery room, it is identified by a 12ft blue enamel vintage grocery sign. The walls are clad in whitewashed barn boards, a perfect backdrop for antique furnishings. Wood floors were salvaged from an old hayloft. The clean smell of soaps displayed in granite and tin washtubs will entice you to inhale deeply and go home with your favorite.
Be sure you select your favorites from our Weston Red Barn Farm jams, jellies, butters, relishes, salsa and everything pickled that line our antique cupboard shelves. Tables, hutches, bathtubs and racks are filled with soups, dips, candles, lotions, teas, linens, coffees, honey, bowls, gifts and kitchen knick-knacks.
Beyond the counter, next to the walk-in cooler, is our kids’ room. Parents may notice that vintage children’s furniture is used to display our unique selection of farm related books, plush toys, puzzles and baby gifts. Of course, parents and kids alike return again and again to our famous “lost your marbles, find them here” washtub.