Tour Katie Lee's Country Kitchen

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Check out the country kitchen of new Food Network host Katie Lee ( The Kitchen, Saturdays at 11am/10c), then pick up some of her finds for your own kitchen.

Katie used a service called Printstagram to create a collage of her favorite Instagram photos for the refrigerator doors. "My friends are all here!" she says. From $12; printstagram.com

This George pendant light with cone shade , similar to Katie's, is inspired by an early-20th-century industrial design. $258; rejuvenation.com

Her natural-edge bowl makes an appearance at every dinner party—it's hand-carved from a single log. $564; info@landfcookshop.com to order

Katie hits nearby farm stands and makes fresh juices—like spicy beet with lots of ginger and lemon — with her Juice Fountain Elite. $300; brevilleusa.com

Katie received a super-tall cylindrical glass vase from a flower delivery and gave it a new use: It holds wine corks. "I like keeping track of how much I've been drinking," she jokes. $43; save-on-crafts.com

Friends gather around the island on these classic French Bistro stools. $674; beaufurn.com for information

(Photographs by David A. Land and Devon Jarvis/Studio D)

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