The Magic of MacKenzie-Childs
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On my recent trip to New York City I totally stumbled upon the MacKenzie-Childs store on West 57th Street. You may not think you are familiar with MacKenzie-Childs, but my guess is when you look at these whimsical pieces, you will remember having seen these in the past. MacKenzie-Childs creations might be a little wild for you, but I think anyone can incorporate a piece of MacKenzie-Childs artwork into their home.
You might not want to add this dining table to your home, but even I can appreciate the artistry in this piece. This says “farmhouse” in a way no ordinary farmhouse table ever will. I spotted these gorgeous dishes in the 57th Street stores and would love to have brought them home. These are so dreamy, I am not sure I would even want to cover up any of the beautiful patterns with food!
I was wowed by this Easter wreath I spotted in the store and now my mind is racing over all of the ideas I have for creating MacKenzie-Childs themed wreaths, and swags, and centerpieces!
I may not be able to afford an entire set of those gorgeous dishes right now, but these placemats from MacKenzie-Childs just might find there way to my table! You can get this set on Amazon!
I am not a tea drinker, but the whimsical teapots are so amazing, I am tempted to get one just to brighten my stovetop! After all, who wouldn’t love shopping at MacKenzie-Childs more than the Mad Hatter for a tea party? Oh what fun it would be to have these delightful dishes to set tables with! That ruffled-edge plate has me swooning!The ornate tassels have always been one of my favorite MacKenzie-Childs decorations. I think I will have to keep my eye out for one that would work on the armoire in my bedroom. I don’t have a lot of patterns in there, so one of these could work! The tassels are so pretty, you could just hang them on a hook for decorative accent anywhere!
My absolute favorite of MacKenzie-Childs creations is their tuffets and footstools! These are so much fun! Perhaps some creative painting is in my future! I hope you have enjoyed this peek through the MacKenzie-Childs New York showroom as much as I have enjoyed sharing it with you!