This renovation captured an ice cream shop next door to create the wine bar area at the front. A number of industrial elements were utilized to deliver a vibe that appeals to the younger crowd. In the spring and fall, the accordion-style windows completely fold up upon themselves to create an open connection to the… Read More →
This parish in one of the Kansas City suburbs was a total top to bottom renovation of the interior space. It is home to a smaller congregation, lending itself to some of the cozier features that appeal to the community. The lighting and faux beams bring a dramatic element to the nave.
This is another new construction project. Worlds of Fun entertains huge numbers of visitors every year, so the construction must hold up to vigorous standards of durability. This is but one example of that.
This new construction project was intentionally built out of square to lend a “creepy” appearance to the structure. Much of the material was reclaimed and repurposed to give it an older look. It’s much more intimidating at night than it is during the daylight!
Worlds of Fun is a world class amusement park in Kansas City. Our company has been fortunate enough to have undertaken several renovation projects there, including this beverage kiosk. Given the very short window when projects can be performed, typically between February and May, it presents all kinds of staffing challenges.
This is an exterior view of a home where we have performed many projects over a period of some twenty years. The first project entailed replacing the windows at the front of the home and constructing the dormers at the roof. The scale of the dormers in relationship to the house was important to the… Read More →
The master suite was renovated to include a custom-built closet for the homeowners. It is highly detailed with pull-down hanging storage at most of the upper cabinets. The space was originally a closet, but without the customization that our clients desired. Built-in Wineteer’s shop, the unique floating custom bed was installed at the lower level… Read More →
This is the gold standard of wine cellars. It is in the basement of an old home and served as the home’s coal storage area in its early years. When the home was converted to forced air heating and cooling in the 1960s, the space became available for a new life as something completely different…. Read More →
Spectacular setting in a lake community with abundant wood elements throughout. The ceiling is reclaimed wood and the faux beams were individually scribed at installation for a perfect fit. The floors were replaced with reclaimed, wide plank hardwood to add to the rustic styling preferred by our clients. The painted trim at the traditional door… Read More →
This deck was installed in 2005 to replace a rotting CCA version. The ranch style house occupies a corner lot that wraps around roughly ninety degrees, creating a lovely and private back yard. The deck conforms to a magnificent Koi pond with an elaborate waterfall. The entire structure was removed and replaced with Ipe material,… Read More →