1 This is the kitchen at my Bedford farm, which is my main home. Its style is inspired by the simplicity of the Shakers, with the addition of one special embellishment, the beautiful gray harewood veneers.
2 The Bedford kitchen has large, sunny windows, and I chose honed white marble countertops to reflect and multiply their light.
3 Bedford’s spacious kitchen islands provide storage space, expansive work surfaces, and a place for a casual breakfast.
4 The clean, simple Shaker design from my Bedford kitchen became this door style at The Home Depot, called Dunemere.
5 The first kitchen I designed was for my Connecticut farmhouse, Turkey Hill, around 40 years ago.
6 The large center island at Turkey Hill had two main functions. The galley side was fitted out for cooking, and the dining side stored flatware, serveware, and table linens.
7 We renovated the kitchen in the 1990s, and one of the things I loved most was the new pairing of pale green and white finishes.
8 I’m sure this rolling under-sink tray seemed like a brilliant innovation years ago! Now, of course, you can get a huge variety of smart organizing features like this for your Home Depot kitchen.
9 Naturally, my beloved Turkey Hill kitchen inspired its namesake door style for Martha Stewart Living™ kitchens!
10 My farm’s Maple Avenue guesthouse includes this bright, beautiful kitchen.
11 Maple Avenue has every kind of open and closed storage, and lots of wonderful collectibles to display there.
12 My large collection of American yellowware, originally at Turkey Hill, found a new home in Maple Avenue’s glass-front cabinets.
13 And here’s Maidstone, the Martha Stewart Living kitchen that Maple Avenue inspired—complete with its warm Fortune Cookie finish!
14 Maidstone also features plenty of the same open shelving with lovely corbels.
15 My home on Lily Pond Lane, not far from the broad beaches of East Hampton, NY.
16 I love the combination of warm woods and teal blues!
17 Here you see the inspiration for those blues: my collection of teal McCoy pottery, displayed on open shelves.
18 Lily Pond has many beautiful details that also have important functions, like smooth marble work surfaces and tall gooseneck faucets that make it easy to fill large pots and vases.
19 We recreated Lily Pond’s look for our Home Depot kitchen of the same name, right down to the brass hardware.
20 There’s an unexpected kitchen in the stables of my Bedford farm. In this case, the design of the rustic corbels was translated into a whole new kitchen door style.
21 My Seal Harbor kitchen at The Home Depot features stable brace details and ornate corbels directly inspired by the corbels in the Bedford stable!