Kevin Sharkey, Senior Vice President at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, recently spent a weekend at Martha's East Hampton estate. It's no surprise that the home (and gardens!) are completely stunning, but what I didn't expect to see was Martha's extensive collection of vintage McCoy pottery! Kevin snapped about twenty pictures of his East Hampton weekend, and posted them on his blog HERE.
These are some of my favorite shots...
Martha's welcoming front entry... I love the turquoise.
All of Martha's outdoor wicker is different, but becomes more unified when painted the same shade of turquoise.
oh my gosh, hydrangeas.
A small sample of Martha's extensive McCoy pottery collection. This color combination is so unexpected, yet totally inspiring.
More McCoy pottery runs along the (giant!) kitchen windows.
Even more McCoy, this time in all whites (my personal fave). Kevin says that this was taken in Martha's cottage kitchen. Of course, everyone needs a cottage kitchen! Filled with fabulous McCoy pottery.
Fresh tomatoes from Martha's garden, no less. Love that vintage enamel tray.
Tiger lilies are displayed in vintage Ball Jars, running down the center of the (long) dinner table. What a modern centerpiece idea, right? Kevin points out that the goblets are vintage blue hobnail, from Martha's collection. They're beautiful. And, finally, how amazing is this color scheme?!!
To see even more from Kevin, read his blog HERE.