On our way to see his lovely little house (which is filled to the brim with beautiful examples of furniture from the Martha Stewart Collection) we stopped by the farm for some roadside snapshots. Thankfully, because of the cooler, cloudy weather, the horses were out in the fields. We tried to get them to come closer, but they were shy. Even from a distance their majesty shines through: their lustrous black coats, their dignified posture, their steady gallop. You can read about the farm here. To read about Martha's most recent visit to Witteveen, click here. In a few days, I'll have a post about my friend's Martha-inspired home in Brantford, Ontario. In his décor you will see a true example of how Martha Stewart's furniture collections, paint colours and linens all work together to create a beautiful, cohesive look.
In this image from Vanity Fair, you can see the Witteveen Friesians enjoying their new home at Cantitoe Corners, Martha's residence in Bedford, New York.