Martha Stewart's helpful tips and tricks make houses feel like homes all over the world. And now, you can really live like your favorite TV personality.
The founder of her eponymous empire lifestyle empire released a collection with Amazon – consisting of versatile and practical pieces that do more than look good (though, of course, they do that, too).
'The most beautiful things are simple and functional but not always easy to find,' Martha Stewart says. However, 'now you can shop all the simply beautiful home essentials you need to elevate your living spaces at my curated Amazon store.'
Whether you're looking for the best inductions pans for the kitchen or you'd rather take the collection to the bedroom (Martha's bed sheets, we're looking at you) – the home guru has almost every room of your home covered.
'There is no better place than Amazon to shop for my products and recipes. The World of Martha offers all the essentials I love and can’t live without, in one place,' Martha says.
'Amazon has been wonderful to collaborate with over the years, and it just makes sense that we would team up to expand the Martha Stewart brand and create a convenient destination filled with beautiful essentials for the whole home.'
Inevitably, there is a lot to love about The World of Martha, but we admit we can't help but have our favorites. You can shop for our five top picks below.
The World of Martha – H&G's top picks
In Martha Blue, this Dutch Oven is an asset to any colored countertop – but in true World of Martha style, its qualities are far beyond its aesthetic. What we really love about this piece is its durability – thanks to its cast iron construction that is said to distribute and retain heat evenly. It's noted as perfect for slow simmers, braising, stews, and casseroles, because of course, the desire for a warming winter dinner is still very much there.
Mastering the art of dining table styling is something that is important around the calendar – but with Martha's help, the process has never felt quite so seamless. The set comes in several colorways, but this white and blue combination is a timeless choice. The set includes four 11-inch dinner plates, four 8-inch dessert plates, and four 28oz bowls – perfect for intimate dinner parties (or larger affairs, if you take two sets).
When investing in – and organizing pots and pans – you could do far worse than following Martha's lead. She is a kitchen master, after all. So, unsurprisingly, her 10-piece stainless steel cookware set has a place among our favorite picks. We love that these pieces are made from an aluminum layer, designed to encourage uniform heat distribution to cook your favorite recipes evenly.
From the kitchen to the bedroom, Martha Stewart is on a mission to impact your whole home – and after seeing her bedding collection, she has our permission. This block print design (available in mint and gray tones and paired with white for a sleek look) is our firm favorite. The quilt and shams exhibit subtle vertical quilt stitching and have bound edges that offer a tailored look without a huge investment. We also love that the pillow shams include an 'easy-to-use center overlap' that opens to secure the contents for longer.
It's hard to single-out one sheet from Martha Stewart's offering, so here's a few stand-out pieces, that are sure to elevate any kind of bedroom. These Egyptian Cotton sheets come in a series of rich colors and prints – offering a soft and breathable experience that (could) help you sleep better. We're adding a set to our carts right away.
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Megan is the Head of Celebrity Style News at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes, before becoming H&G's News Editor in April 2022. She now leads the Celebrity/ News team. Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and an expansive collection of houseplants.
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