Loose Park Wine Cellar

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 →

Lake Winnebago Living Room

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 →

Outdoor Deck

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 →

South Leawood Pantry

This is a large pantry off the kitchen that had basic constructed in place, fixed shelving that had been painted. Our client is a major chef and was looking for a highly functional space with lots of flexibility for storage and workspace. Providing adjustable shelving, at the very least, was a no brainer. Full extension… Read More →

South Leawood Wine Cellar

It looks bigger than it really is. This wine cellar was created from an existing basement closet that wasn’t being utilized. We were able to design custom wine racks and shelving to fit the space and make it look like it grew there. The rustic wood shelves offer a nice contrast to the refined wine… Read More →

Loose Park Third Floor Bathroom

The third and final bathroom project for the same clients. The materials utilized for this project had a similar motif as the other two. Using stone elements and a running bond tile pattern gives it an attractive appearance, although scaled back as compared to the other bathrooms. The zero-entry shower was a must for our… Read More →

Loose Park Master Bathroom

The second of three bathrooms for the same client and very similar to the hall bathroom performed about one year earlier. The tile patterns were duplicated on a grander scale in this larger space. Elements of aging in place are also incorporated into this design as the homeowners likely will remain in their home for… Read More →

Waldo Bathroom

This large master bathroom was created by capturing a guest bedroom and converting it in the context of an even larger main level renovation that included two other bathrooms and the master bedroom. The barrier-free shower accommodates two people as does the whirlpool tub. This project has all the bells and whistles with heated floors,… Read More →

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 →

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