One of my favourite former editors of Martha Stewart Living magazine is Stephen Earl. Stephen was the style director for many years and left Martha Stewart in 2003 to become the Senior Vice President of Home Design at Ralph Lauren. Stephen's pieces in the magazine were always among my favourite, as were his contributions to the television show. With Martha's little bees working hard to expand digital access to their backlog of television footage, I decided to blog about one of my favourite "Stephen Moments" on Martha's old television program and its companion piece in the magazine: the renovation of Stephen's kitchen in the 1843 Greek Revival home he was living in at the time in Maplewood, New Jersey. I love the architecture of the space, the arches, classic lines and updated-country warmth. I love the colours and the mix of rustic with new. CLICK HERE TO WATCH the video of Stephen's kitchen transformation. Below are some of the photographs by Matt Ducklo from the September 2002 issue of Martha Stewart Living, which featured an article on the renovation and design process.