We’ve seen the usual; the crystal chandelier hung from the ceiling over a beautiful dining room table. But what he haven’t seen is this–a chandelier not made out of crystal, but with MacKenzie-Childs’ signature majolica clay.
You have made a big purchase for a beautiful product, and you want to make sure you are as careful with it as possible. But you want to use it–how do you clean the food out of it? Is it dishwasher safe? Can I put these pots in the oven? Do not fret, we are here to help!
Though some of MacKenzie-Childs products don’t hail from their original factory, we did find that a good portion of furniture, lighting, and ceramics do come from the MacKenzie-Childs factory in Aurora, New York. All of their ceramic pieces (except the tiles, made in Mexico), are created at the Aurora, New York location.
We get this question all the time. No one really understands who exactly is MacKenzie-Childs. Who envisioned these amazing and crazy works of art?
MacKenzie-Childs has just released two sibling benches. They can be used individually or together and they definitely start a conversation. Continue reading
We love the men and women who helped make our country what it is today. Let us celebrate those who’ve died in service to America–we admire your bravery and salute you, dear servicemen and women.
MacKenzie-Childs newest addition to kitchen decor is their Pressed Flowers Butcher’s Block. Beautifully detailed and yet fully functional. A perfect addition to a gourmet kitchen or even a cozy cottage kitchenette. Continue reading
Brand new to the MacKenzie-Childs line is the Sunset Outdoor table. This is a brand new pattern to the line. The colors of the MacKenzie-Childs Sunset Outdoor Continue reading
MacKenzie-Childs new Sunset Outdoor Cafe Chairs make an unbelievable statement paired together with just the right table. The coloring of the Sunset Collection Continue reading
A dressmaker is a person who makes custom clothing for women, such as evening gowns. They are also called a mantua-maker (historically) or a modiste. MacKenzie-Childs has built upon the idea of a simple dressmaker’s form and has created a unique, functional work of art. Continue reading