Three Simple Steps to a “Book Counter”

Someone asked me recently about “interesting” projects I’ve worked on at steveworks. There are many projects I’ve enjoyed and think are beautiful, but the most interesting one has to be the “book counter” at Newtonville Books. We had worked with the store owners several times over the years, both at their home and at the […]

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A Visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater

This summer, Steve and I finally visited a site I’ve been dreaming of since I was a teenager–Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater. Perched above a creek outside Pittsburgh, it’s considered one of Wright’s greatest achievements.  The house did not disappoint. The unfolding of spaces, views, and materials were truly amazing.     Equally interesting was a house […]

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A Little Summer Reading: A Glimpse at Tova’s Bedside Table

Last week we took some time to peruse the pile of books on Steve’s bedside table.  Now it’s my turn! First and foremost, yes, it’s true: we’re married, we own and operate a remodeling business together, but when the lights go down…we each have a pile of building books to read and discuss until the […]

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A Little Summer Reading: A Glimpse at Steve’s Bedside Table

Did you ever wonder what remodeling contractors read when they’re home relaxing? No???? Well, that’s ok, we won’t hold it against you, but Tova and I realized that we actually have pretty interesting piles of books on our bedside tables and thought we’d give you a little glimpse into the inner world of Steve and […]

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The Secret Door

Is there anything more delightful to children, and children-at-heart, than a secret passage? Very few of us are lucky enough to have one in our own homes, but we recently completed a home renovation where you’ll find something hidden behind a seemingly ordinary chalk board located in the kitchen. This home originally had a servant’s […]

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Team steveworks rides again!

Team steveworks is honored and thrilled (and super tired!) after having completed the Bike MS: Cape Cod Getaway 2017 this past weekend. Ari Greenberg, Ariel Hornstein and Steve Greenberg completed the two-day, 150 mile ride from Boston to Provincetown. The weather didn’t exactly cooperate – it rained for three hours the first day which made for […]

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Don’t Ignore Your Tankless Water Heater: Yearly Maintenance Reminder

Aaaaahhhh the tankless water heater. Conjuring images of hot, steamy showers and luxurious baths…even after all the kids have bathed. Tankless water heaters promise an endless supply of hot water. Plus, there’s the energy savings that comes along with a system that isn’t required to keep a huge tank of water hot, and the water […]

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Steve Greenberg Presented with HERO Award!

  We are honored to announce that our own Steve Greenberg was presented with the first-ever HERO Award from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (Eastern Massachusetts chapter: EM NARI)! The award was presented by Mitzi Negic, of the Ultimate Bath Store, on March 29 at the 2017 Contractor of the Year Awards. The […]

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Rose is Rose Clem's Halloween

Just a Bit of Comic Relief

Just found this again ( Tova had it buried somewhere in her office)  Enjoy:  

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Tova relaxes in sandstone bathtub

Just Add the Bubbles!

At a recent EMNARI meeting, sponsored  by DesignerBath , Tova relaxed in a hand carved sandstone bath tub. If you would like one made for you it can be yours for the bargain price of $22,000. (delivery is extra!) Tova commented that a nice glass of Chardonnay would have been an excellent addition.

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