With a color-coordinated, Roy G. Biv-ishly arranged dish display like this one, we're not even sure we needed to say her name. This kitchen belongs to the magazine's design director, and the rest of the space is just as immaculate and charming.
This was featured in a 2008 issue of Martha Stewart Living, but we'd never seen it until we found it on the website. It's a modest Manhattan kitchen that was gutted and outfitted to corral everything from dishware to a large collection of magazines (surprise).
In fact, the magazine storage might be our favorite thing about the space. It's so simple, but so clean and organized. And almost everything is hidden behind uniform cabinetry—even the refrigerator and dishwasher—so there's no clutter.
• See the full slideshow, including before pictures and recipes from the housewarming party, at MarthaStewart.com.
We're also loving that laser cut rug. It looks so stylish and durable at the same time.
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(Images: Martha Stewart Living)