Condominium Bathroom

This project could fit into multiple categories. It is in a new, multi-floor industrial building with concrete decks in the heart of urban living. The clients moved from a rural area due to one of them suffering from a degenerative neurological disease that necessitates wheelchair dependency. The logistical challenges were abundant, mostly centering on the… Read More →

Mission Farms Bathroom

Another long-term client whom we’ve performed multiple projects for, this master bathroom entailed the removal of a large whirlpool tub. While this was not an aging in place project specifically, the amount of space afforded by the removal of the tub for a barrier free-shower, or zero entry, makes it look as though it was…. Read More →

Loose Park Guest Bathroom

This project was the first of three separate bath renovations that was performed for long-term clients over a period of several years. It turned out to be so much to their liking that they duplicated the look in their master bathroom renovation. The home is close to 100 years old and very traditional, so the… Read More →

Zero Entry Showering

Hard to believe, but these are matching, back-to-back bathrooms in the same ranch style home. The homeowners had been in the home since the early 1990s and expressed a desire to remain there for as long as practical. The original custom vanity cabinets were raised by 3” to achieve a more conducive height for today’s… Read More →

Accessible Bathroom

This extensive remodel in an existing ranch style home was geared expressly towards accessibility. One of the homeowners is wheelchair-bound and dependent upon a caregiver for all activities of daily living. Access into several rooms and the conversion of a guest bathroom into an accessible space were among the many components that comprised this renovation…. Read More →

Leawood Bathroom

This project entailed expanding the bathroom’s footprint significantly in addition to modernizing the appointments. The shower is a barrier-free, or zero entry, meaning there is no curb to negotiate when entering the shower. For those homeowners with an eye on the future, this is the only way to go. The tile work in this project… Read More →

St. Elizabeth’s Kitchen

This kitchen was unique in that the space (as well as the entire house) was very small and the client had a specific budget that was on the lower end of the spectrum for projects of that variety. Challenge accepted and our design team sharpened their pencils in our commitment to deliver outstanding results. We… Read More →

St. Peter’s Kitchen

Another kitchen with timeless styling that was installed in 2004, that still looks great. A large section of the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room was removed to create a connection between the rooms. This is another example of two different wood elements being used in the kitchen to complement and contrast each… Read More →

Cedar Creek Kitchen

Playful is the operative word when describing this colorful kitchen with rift sawn Oak cabinets and custom stainless steel drawer interiors. These European style cabinets were built in Wineteer’s own shop and the doors are sequence matched. The grain runs straight from the floor through the upper cabinets and is mirrored from side to side…. Read More →

Kansas City Kitchen

This project was performed in 2004 and looks great even today. Four individual rooms were captured to create a large new kitchen space in this classic English Tudor home. An addition was constructed at the back of the house and an enormous steel beam inserted to carry the entire second story load of the structure…. Read More →



©2020 Wineteer Construction, All Rights Reserved
Wineteer Construction and LifewiseCHM are divisions of Wineteer, Inc.