Stephen Terhune Woodworking is honored to have played a part in the success of projects that were featured in the following design publications:

STW designer, Ian Mentasti, brings new ideas to an old house.  In this major North Shore re-design with a full kitchen and multi-bath renovation, STW keeps the antique charm and detailed craftsmanship in focus while integrating new materials and modern creature comforts.
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Winner of Best of Boston Home™ 2014, awarded by Boston Home Magazine for Cabinetry and Millwork
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FALL 2013
Carrara marble counters and blue glass backsplash details add sophistication and style to a bathroom built for strength and high traffic use.  STW provides the same quality and fresh-style typical of master suites and formal guest spaces to this shared bath space built for a family with three active boys.  While the space is masculine in feel, white, paneled, furniture-like cabinetry was used to maintain a visual connection to the rest of the traditional,
cottage-style house.
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STW has been recognized as a designer of a Trends Top 50 American Bathroom.  The Trends Top 50 American Bathrooms were selected by a Trends panel on the basis of excellence in design, function, product specification and style.
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FALL 2012
STW has been recognized as a designer of a Trends Top 50 American Kitchen.  The Trends Top 50 American Kitchens were selected by a Trends panel on the basis of excellence in design, function, product specification and style.
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FALL 2011
Quoted by the editor of Boston Design Guide: Stephen Terhune Woodworking specializes in fine cabinetry, architectural millwork and furniture. Their craftsmen create the finest products using a blend of traditional skills and technology for your project. Stephen Terhune Woodworking works diligently with their customers to help them realize their ideas, delivering the highest quality woodworking on time and on budget. Kitchens, bathrooms and built-in furniture are just a few of the items that they are able to produce.
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Boston Home Magazine - Stephen Terhune FALL 2011
Stephen Terhune Woodworking designed and built this sophisticated kitchen to fit into an expansive living and dining area. » Read Article
Kitchen Trends Magazine SPRING 2011
This remarkable transformation of a Manchester by-the-Sea home demonstrates the collaborative efforts of architect, builder, interior designer and homeowner.  The home is a stunning shingle-style beauty that recalls a bygone era of seaside comfort and craftsmanship featuring STW’s custom cabinetry and millwork.  » Read Article
Kitchen Trends Magazine SPRING 2011
This classically styled kitchen in a 1920s house not only meets the needs of a large family, but is also a base for the owner's baking business.

Multitasking is a fact of life for busy moms, but it takes on even more significance when you are also running a business from home. Or to be more accurate, from the kitchen. » Read Article

Design New England FALL 2010
In the 19th century, kitchens were small, cramped spaces, centered on a traditional wood-burning range. This kitchen revisits the past, but reinterprets it to provide a light-filed fammily living space well suited to a modern lifestyle. » Read Article

Design NE Magazine SPRING 2010
As described in the May/June 2010 Edition of Design New England Magazine - the guest bathroom of this project features a Japanese style soaking tub with a pattern-grade American mahogany surround that was custom-built by Stephen Terhune Woodworking who also did all the custom cabinetry in the house. » Read Article
Architectural Digest Magazine FEBRUARY 2010
As featured in the February 2010 issue of Architectural Digest for our work on a century-old Cape Ann summer home known as Selkirk Ledge. This complete restoration took the weathered home from near ruin and turned it into a stunning ocean-front beauty. » Read Article

New England Home Magazine MAY/JUNE 2009
It started out as a simple kitchen renovation. The pretty house tucked along the North Shore of Massachusetts had previously been used as a summer residence, but its new owners planned to live there year-round.

Though its new inhabitants were happy with their house, the outdated kitchen, untouched for forty years, wasn't exactly conducive to making nightly meals or entertaining friends. » Read Article