Peek Inside Martha's Kitchens (and Steal the Looks for Your Home)
When Martha started designing kitchens exclusively for The Home Depot, she pulled inspiration directly from her own homes. Take a behind-the-scenes look at Martha's personal kitchens, and find out how they translate into versions for your own home!
Martha's Kitchen: Lily Pond Lane
Martha's East Hampton, New York, kitchen, called Lily Pond Lane, features soft, warm browns, accented by light golds in both the ceiling and the cabinet drawer pulls. Martha also wanted to display her ever-growing collection of beautiful dishware, so she chose to maximize vertical space and show them off in open shelves.
Your Style: Lily Pond from Martha Stewart Living
The Lily Pond kitchen from Martha Stewart Living, available at the Home Depot, keeps the same warm browns from Martha's East Hampton pied-a-terre. This version even retains the brass drawer pulls. Beautiful tones of robin's egg and turquoise make wonderful accents for this kitchen.Shop Martha Stewart Living at the The Home Depot.
Martha's Kitchen: Turkey Hill
Elegant recessed-panel doors are what set Martha's Westport, Connecticut, kitchen apart. In the original Turkey Hill kitchen, Martha had a large working space that featured dark hardwood cabinetry. In the 1990s, she renovated the space with a pale, neutral color scheme.
Your Style: Turkey Hill from Martha Stewart Living
Turkey Hill from Martha Stewart Living keeps the same the Federal style seen in Martha's home. Glass-paneled cabinetry and fluted fillers help its richness and color. We designed our cabinetry to coordinate, so it's easy to play with color. Try using a darker tone for your cabinets, and a lighter, more neutral color for your kitchen island.Shop Martha Stewart Living at the The Home Depot.
Martha's Kitchen: Bedford Farmhouse
Style and efficiency: Those are the two most important tenets of Martha's farmhouse kitchen in Bedford, New York. Here, Martha utilized the most of her space by fitting in two island units, which create additional seating and storage. Clean lines give this kitchen a fresh and modern feel.
Your Style: Dunemere from Martha Stewart Living
Our answer to Martha's Bedford kitchen is the Dunemere from the Martha Stewart Living line at The Home Depot. It is a classic Shaker look with a modern twist, which echoes the clean lines from Martha's farmhouse. Dunemere offers a contemporary and relaxed feel that works in a wide range of home styles.Shop Martha Stewart Living at the The Home Depot.
Martha's Kitchen: The Stables at Bedford
Martha's kitchen in the Bedford farm stables features elegant vertical batten walls and oversized crossed corbels. She's decorated her walls with pretty pops of copper cookware that show off the space's otherwise cool and neutral palette.
Your Style: Seal Harbor from Martha Stewart Living
Similar to Martha's stables' kitchen is the Seal Harbor line. The cabinet doors resemble the millwork on the stable's walls, and the ornate decorative corbels are a nod to the stables as well.Shop Martha Stewart Living at the The Home Depot.
Martha's Kitchen: Maple Avenue
This is the guest house from Martha's Bedford property, on Maple Avenue. The space features Shaker-style cabinetry in a warm yellow color palette. Darker countertops and appliances keep it grounded, while a central kitchen island gives the room additional workspace and storage.
Your Style: Maidstone from Martha Stewart Living
It's easy to see how Maidstone, from Martha Stewart Living, pulled its inspiration from the Maple Avenue kitchen. This style borrows similar Shaker-style doors, as well as an easily recognizable color palette. Additional open shelving creates both storage and a place to show off especially beautiful servingware.Shop Martha Stewart Living at the The Home Depot.