MARTHA STEWART HOME FURNITURE : UNIQUE FINE FURNITURE : FURNITURE OVAL DINING TABLE
Martha Stewart Home Furniture
- Martha Stewart (born October 7, 1922) is an American actress.
- Martha Helen Stewart (nee Kostyra; born August 3, 1941) is an American business magnate, television host, author, and magazine publisher.
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Martha Stewart Living™ Fabric Drawer, 11"x10.5", BURL
The Martha Stewart Living™ Fabric Drawer is ideal for holding toys, books, and miscellaneous household items. Place several in your closet for storage of seasonal clothing and other accessories. Try them in your kitchen for storing potatoes or in your bath for keeping extra towels close at hand. Mix and match colors to create a custom look that will coordinate with your home decor. The perfect complement to Martha Stewart Living™ Cube Organizers. Highly versatile for use in any room. Actual size is 11"x10.5"
Cold Day - Dutch Oven
I'm no Julia Child. No Martha Stewart here. If you threatened to slap me in the face with a fresh salmon steak, I still couldn't tell you which onion you should use when. But I can bake a roast with all the rib-stickin' fixins that's guaranteed to make you let your belt out a notch. Sure, I use a packet of spices that comes out of... well, a little packet. But so what. Onions, celery, potatoes, carrots and roast beef. These are the goodies that went into the new cast iron, enameled Dutch oven. I got a good deal at Sam's Club, the warehouse where you can get enough canned corn in one case to feed General Thurman's army until all the troops come home. Thirty years ago, I knew a German immigrant who treated her cast iron cookware like diamonds. She got an odd look on her face when she wiped them with a paper towel, as if she was getting a back rub. According to wiki, George Washington's mother, Mary, specified in her will of May 20, 1788, that one-half of her "iron kitchen furniture" should go to her grandson and the other half to her granddaughter. I'm not going to lovingly caress my new baking pan. It's just a utensil, and I have no emotional bond with it. It sure is pretty though!
guest suite bedroom
We slept in this little top floor bedroom our last night in Stockton, the night before we sold our home of 41 years. All our furniture was in a moving van on it's way to North Carolina. The bed was soooo comfortable. Wish we hadn't sold it with the house. It would have been nice to be a guest here and not the owners moving away forever. The next morning we had to strip the bed and pack everything up, go to our settlement, find our cat and drive away without looking back. The walls are painted a favorite color of mine called "Tea Bath" - a Martha Stewart K-Mart paint, the carpet is called Nature's Harmony by Shaw - we got it from Home Depot, the sheets and bedskirt are from the Sundance Catalog, the tiny dresser came from Platypus in Princeton.