Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is a new natural and organic grocery chain which opened its 1st store in April 2014. Fresh Thyme has aggressive plans to expand throughout the Midwest. The stores are warm and inviting with wood finishes throughout. Designed by API+, CIP Retail fabricates and installs all of the decor and signage, which includes elements such as printed graphics on corrugated metal, T1-11 and other wood substrates, along with cedar trims throughout.
Sprouts Farmers Market is a successful natural and organic grocery chain with over 200 locations and aggressive plans to expand their “Healthy Living for Less” concept nationwide. The stores are bright and cheery with cedar wood finishes throughout and a colorful farm scene mural that anchors the produce department. Along with providing decor and signage for their new stores, CIP has successfully partnered with Sprouts through their mergers/acquisition of the Henry’s Farmers Market and Sunflower Farmers Market chains.
Supreme Lobster & Seafood Company is a leading direct importer and wholesale distributor of seafood to the greater Chicagoland market and nationwide. When they decided to create a retail outlet in the front of their warehouse space, they reached out to CIP. The result is a dynamic and contemporary interior design which keeps the product on center stage, utilizing backlit LED product graphics and textural wall paneling.
The Munster, IN project was a perfect fit for CIP’s engineering and manufacturing capabilities. The design team at Studio H2G developed the concept and CIP was awarded the project based on ability to manufacture the complex décor components envisioned by the client.
Tamimi Markets is a highly successful supermarket chain in Saudi Arabia. With numerous locations throughout the capital of Riyadh and the port city of Dammam in the Eastern Province, Tamimi serves both Saudi and expatriate clientele. Designed in collaboration with DPI Creative, CIP has manufactured and delivered this dynamic bilingual decor package for 20+ Tamimi stores over the last several years.
For their new 78,000 square foot flagship store, Martin’s wanted a substantial interior upgrade. This was accomplished with a neutral color scheme that didn’t compete with the merchandise. The decor package is highlighted by a large mural depicting farmers harvesting fresh produce, and a cantilever signage system designed to give the feeling of village shops in a street environment.