3D-Printed Martha Stewart Housewares

By | November 27, 2014

The queen of domestic living has kept up with the times. Martha Stewart’s company (Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.) has teamed up with MakertBot, a company that produces 3D printers and accessories, and has launched a collection of 3D-printed housewares.

The Martha Stewart Trellis Collection consists of 3D-printed housewares ranging from coasters to place card holders. The design files are available for download with prices starting at US$0.99 for individual designs and US$2.99 for the whole collection.

A branded line of MakerBot Filament was also produced for this collections with colors available in Jadeite, Lemon Drop and Robin’s Egg.