Now you can have Martha Stewart in your house without getting yelled at for lining up the flatware the wrong way.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia ( MSO) and KB Home ( KBH) said Wednesday they would try selling houses under the Martha Stewart brand.

Their first venture, KB Homes Twin Lakes: Homes Created With Martha Stewart, will cover 650 houses to be built in Cary, N.C. The companies said the designs will be inspired by Martha Stewart's houses in New York and Maine.

Houses will range from 1,500 to 4,100 square feet and will cost between $200,000 to $400,000 each. Financial terms of the arrangement were not disclosed.

"By collaborating with Martha Stewart, an icon of design, we will be able to offer our customers the opportunity to own a dream home inspired by Martha herself, built and backed by KB Home's team of talented employees," KB Home CEO Bruce Karatz said. "After years of designing high-quality and stylish products for the home, it is the right time for MSLO to turn to the architecture and design of the home itself," said Martha Stewart Living chief Susan Lyne.

Early Wednesday, KB Home was up 50 cents to $65 and Martha Stewart was flat at $21.50.

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