This past October, Cecilia and I went on an influencer trip to Aurora, NY for MacKenzie-Childs, and we learned SO much about MacKenzie-Childs! We took a lot of pictures during our time there, so the trip itself will be in a separate blog post 😉
With the holidays, Cecilia and I wanted to do our usual spin on tablescapes and show you guys two different ways to style MacKenzie-Childs products. You guys know I have a coastal farmhouse style and Cecilia has a modern eclectic style, so I am using the products from the Flower Market Collection and Cecilia is using products from the Courtly Check Collection.
I wanted my tablescape to be more colorful because I knew Cecilia was going with black and white for hers. The inspiration for my tablescape was this Flower Market everyday bowl.
I wanted the bowl to be the focal point, so I placed the white Sweetbriar salad plate underneath it. Even though it’s neutral, it still makes a statement with all the details and its scalloped edge. To incorporate more color, I also added a light pink dinner plate and a red berry stem.
For my centerpiece, I used a cable knit table runner as my base, and I just love how it gives the table a cozy vibe. Now for florals! I usually go faux when styling a centerpiece, but I knew that I wanted to use poinsettias. I went to the local grocery store and found these poinsettias in two different sizes. The middle one had a shimmer of purple which matched the Flower Market everyday bowls perfectly.
As fillers for the centerpiece, I added a wooden garland and a combination of Christmas trees with different textures, heights, and colors.
I love how the MacKenzie-Childs cookware makes entertaining look so beautiful. You can cook and serve the food right away in this gorgeous saute pan, warm the butter in this butter warmer, and serve food in this colander. All of their products are great statement pieces.
I used a colander because I wanted a cute bowl to set the bread in, but there’s so many sizes of MacKenzie-Childs bowls to choose from. You can also flip the colander upside down and use it as a cake pop stand.
I seriously love how my table turned out! You guys will just have to wait and see what Cecilia comes up with 😉
MacKenzie-Childs products can be used everyday in the kitchen and use it as decor by setting it on the counter or stovetop until you have to use it again. I’m a tad obsessed with the tea kettles. I mean…look how gorgeous this is!
There’s so many different tea kettles in the MacKenzie-Childs website. I already have two, and I have a feeling this will be the start to a collection. I know I’ll be wanting more. 😉
I have my 7 qt stockpot on the counter, and I’d rather have it on my counter instead of hidden in my cabinets!
Also, it’s your lucky day! MacKenzie-Childs only has two sales a year and they’re currently having their post-holiday sale offering 50-70% off a huge amount of items on the site!! Hurry because items are limited!