Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum might be working around the clock for "America's Newsroom," but when she's looking for some downtime, she heads to her stunning Cape Cod home, featured in Country Living's July issue.
When MacCallum first saw her 1960s Colonial house, she thought the structure itself was perfect. However, the dated wood paneling that covered nearly every inch of the home was not. But instead of completely remodeling the place, she turned to interior designer Michael Maher to help make simple changes in just three months.
For example, the living room was given a fresh coat of yellow paint and the two reupholstered the family's old sofa to give the entire space a new look. She also headed to yard sales to find decorative accents like sailboat photos to really up the Cape Cod-vibe.
The home is now a comfortable yet sophisticated place that is the epitome of coastal living. So, whether or not you agree with MacCallum when you see her on television, there's no denying that she's got good taste.
Click through our slideshow to see photos of her home, and be sure to head over to Country Living for more information.
Martha MacCallum's Cape Cod Home
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