Which One of Martha Stewart's 4 (Yes, 4) Homes Showcases Your Favorite Design Style?

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If you've ever wondered what it's like to be Martha Stewart, well, same. A small glimpse of her personal life on Instagram is just enough to make us want to abandon our current situations and live more like Martha — wine, gin, and caviar delivered by Ryan Reynolds? Sign us up.


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We're all in luck: Wayfair just launched the Martha Stewart Shop, a furniture and decor collection handpicked by the Queen herself and inspired by Martha's four homes, which are each curated in a different decor style. There's Perry St., her Manhattan townhouse which is styled with a modern flair, her Bedford home in upstate New York that is Country Farmhouse-inspired, her beach house in East Hampton, Lily Pond, that has a coastal, whimsy design, and finally, Skylands, Martha's traditional estate in Seal Harbor, Maine.

While we'd gladly take any of these homes off of her plate, if there's a particular style you're more drawn to, she made it extra easy to shop her picks. Scroll down to see a few of our favorites from each collection and check out the full Martha Stewart Shop on Wayfair now.

Perry Street: Modern

Martha Stewart Adina Storage Ottoman, $349.99

Lionel Bar Cart, $319.99

Skylar Chenille 3-Piece Comforter Set, $129.99

Lily Pond: Coastal

Royal Ferns 2-Piece Framed Graphic Art Print Set, $89.99


Isla Armchair, $529.99

Squall Picture Frame Print, $73.49

Bedford: Country Farmhouse

Harley End Table, $219.99

Laguna Striped Semi-Sheer Tab Top Curtain Panels, $34.99

Isla Upholstered Bench, $499.99

Skylands: Traditional and Elegant

Jaxx Wingback Chair, $349.99


Kaden 2-Door Accent Cabinet, $499.99

Cheystie Floor Lamp, $219


Katie is a Los Angeles-based writer who covers shopping trends, deals, and product reviews for Hunker. She's written for PureWow, Food Network, and Well+Good. When not online shopping, you can find her collecting vintage glassware or rewatching Nancy Meyers' movies for design inspo.