Architectural Digest just published photographs from Martha Stewart's rustic retreat in Seal Harbor, Maine. Although the jury is still out (pun intended) on how I regard Miss Stewart and especially her business practices, I'm in full support of her residence. Kiwi vines dust the property as they shade an outdoor terrace furnished with a long teak table perfect for sipping lemonade by day and eating lobster by twilight. The rear side of the property is just as lovely, showcasing the work of the architect and landscaper Jens J. Jensen, notorious for his work in the Jazz Age. To see more photographs of the property, click here.