Made-to-Order Kitchens by Martha

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and KB Homes have announced the debut of Martha Stewart Built to Order Kitchens in two Florida markets. For the first time, homebuyers will have the exclusive opportunity to choose a Martha Stewart-inspired kitchen as a feature in their new Built to Order KB home. The designs are initially being offered at KB Home's Moss Landing community in Tampa and Arbor Ridge community in Orlando.
KB Home will be hosting grand opening events at its Moss Landing and Arbor Ridge communities on Saturday and Sunday, February 13 and 14, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guests at the events will be among the first to view the new Martha Stewart Built to Order Kitchens, tour the decorated model homes, and enter for a chance to win a trip for two to New York City and two tickets to attend The Martha Stewart Show. Local chefs will also be on hand to conduct live cooking demonstrations in the kitchens featuring recipes from Martha Stewart's newest cookbook, Martha Stewart's Dinner at Home: 52 Quick Meals to Cook for Family and Friends.

An example of the Katonah kitchen.
From classic to contemporary, KB Home homebuyers will have three distinct Martha Stewart Built to Order Kitchens design styles to choose from: Katonah, Skylands and Lily Pond. Based on Martha Stewart's own kitchens at her homes in New York and Maine, the designs will offer Martha's signature look and efficiency. The kitchens will feature Martha-inspired countertops, cabinets, backsplashes, kitchen islands and other details.
Martha Stewart's influence can be seen throughout the kitchens, which have been thoughtfully designed with both form and function in mind. The Martha Stewart Built to Order Kitchens incorporate distinct cabinet configurations including well-placed glass doors and open shelving for convenience and display, a selection of solid surface countertops chosen for both their beauty and utility in food preparation, a functional bank of drawers next to the range for easy access and storage of cookware, and numerous design details such as backsplashes and cabinet hardware. Additional choices include a single basin sink favored by Martha for its capacity to handle cleaning dishes or a 10-pound turkey with ease, pendant lighting for the island, additional display options including glass shelving, cubbies, and hutches, as well as specially selected flooring, faucets and more.
For directions to KB Home's Moss Landing and Arbor Ridge communities, or for more information on the grand opening events February 13 and 14, please visit http://www.kbhome.com/ or call 888-KB-HOMES.
PS: I deleted the "Decor Dilemma" blog because I reconsidered having 7,500 visitors peeking into my bedroom. But the advice I garnered was great! Thank you to those who commented!


Stephane said...

Ah geez. I guess I'm going to have bite the bullet and to move to Florida from Alaska if I want to have access to all these nice new Martha products AND Martha TV. : )

LemonMeister said...

LemonMeister, hey Martha what's going on with Bruce Karatz? A K B H O M E S U C K S. Are you going to the trial starting February 23rd in Los Angeles?


Stephane, you may be on to something! LemonMeister, I'm sorry you're not happy with your KB home. Try not to be too bitter. Bad for the soul.

Anonymous said...

This is wonderful. Martha Stewart unlike Julia Child (who knew how to design kitchens hers is in the Smithsonian institute) and Martha mentions Julia Child's influence, Martha has bought these homes and they were already designed by an architect now i suppose this term inspired by her homes but for example the Skylands was formerly the Edsel Ford estate and cantitoe corner was the Shapes Estate I wish she would stop being the Walt Disney of her business model Walt Disney did not create Winne the Pooh Mary Poppins 100 and One Dalmatians, Pinocchio Aladdin Pocahontas it goes on truly , the lobbied congress to extend the copyrights as the copy write on mickey mouse was going to expire but Congress came to the rescue to keep this golden egg churning out the moo lah Granted companies created neighborhoods for their employees yeah provided affordable housing for their employees do I need to repeat affordable housing which still exist Levitt town was an example