You Can Now Decorate Your Home Like Martha's Farm
As summer begins to wind down, we're transitioning to the cozy months of fall! Martha's new modern farmhouse collection created for Macy's is inspired by the natural elements found on her farm in Bedford, New York. The pieces add a touch of organic style to your table, kitchen, and bedroom that feels warm and welcoming. You'll find whimsical cabbage figurals, dishes embellished with chicken motifs, and serveware accented with wood and iron.
Keep reading for our favorite pieces from this new collection!
Martha creates her products in a way that makes everyday living easier and more enjoyable. Her new assortment of pasta tools are durable, beautifully designed, and help you cook delicious homemade meals. Make your own spaghetti and fettuccine noodles with the hand-crank pasta maker. If you enjoy stuffed pasta, the ravioli mold and rolling pin form perfectly pinched pockets of cheesy goodness.
Figurals are one of the defining motifs for Martha's Farmhouse collection. Adding to her beloved assortment of enameled cast iron cookware are 2-quart pots in a garden-fresh tomato shape, rustic matte black with a bright gold handle, and classic shapes printed with rooster and pig finials. Use them to make your favorite one-pot meals or treat them like oversized bowls. Martha's enameled cast iron cookware not only delivers even heating for slow cooking and roasting, it's also compatible with all cooktops, and the condensation rings in the lid help to retain moisture.
The traditional goblet and pitcher get fresh makeovers reminiscent of crisp green vegetables. Soda lime glass drinkware can easily transition from an everyday essential to a dinner party place setting thanks to its classic shape and charming hint of color. Bring the garden indoors with a figural pitcher filled with your favorite refreshing beverage.
Quilts are a great addition to your bed as the weather transitions from balmy summer nights to cool fall evenings. Martha's new quilts feature a calm, muted color palette in classic patterns and textures. Try layering your bed with multiple quilts for a look that's all your own and tailored to your sleep style. You can also incorporate quilts into your home design by displaying them on a decorative ladder in your guest bedroom, rolling and placing them in a basket near the fireplace, or using them outside as a picnic blanket alternative.