MacKenzie-Childs Winter Tablescape {Cecilia}

Last year in October, Niña and I went on an influencer trip to Aurora, NY for MacKenzie-Childs! We had so much fun, and we learned so much!

Many of you probably already saw, Niña’s blog post showcasing the Flower Market Collection! If you haven’t seen it, make sure to go check it out! It’s beautiful!!

Now it’s my turn. 😉 You all know I love black accents so of course, I was drawn to the Courtly Check Collection!

There are a bunch of items from cookware, plates, bowls, serving utensils, etc. The list goes on and on. We use our sauce pan and casserole dish quite often!

After Christmas, it’s a bit tricky sometimes on how to decorate a tablescape. I wanted a winter theme with pinecones and greenery which went perfectly with these dishes!

Notice all the detail of these pieces! The Courtly Check pattern is done by hand. I love how each piece is slightly different with various brush strokes!

I decided on Sweetbriar salad plates to break up the pattern of the Courtly Check! These pieces are handmade in Aurora… every dot and floral!

For the colander, you can use it as a dish for rolls! It’s so darn cute!

These can be used every single day which is what we’ve been doing! Start off with one piece and then add to your collection!

I love how this table turned out! Now which one do you like better?! Mine or NIña’s?! Mine right?! LOL

Here are the MacKenzie-Childs items shown:

COURTLY CHECK 5 QT. CASSEROLE

COURTLY CHECK 2.5 QT. SAUCEPAN

COURTLY CHECK COLANDER – SMALL

COURTLY CHECK OLIVEWOOD SPOON

COURTLY CHECK SOUP COUPE

SWEETBRIAR SALAD PLATE

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