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Introducing our spring ’21 collections

Introducing our spring ’21 collections

Spring may not officially arrive until March 20, but we’re absolutely ready to spring ahead now. In fact, our spring 2021 collections debut Feb. 1 on our website.

The theme that unites these collections is Living Artfully, which was inspired by how our homes serve as our canvases for creativity. You can expect to see everything that you know us for—color and pattern, of course—and a few surprises, too!

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We’d love to tell you about some special new items that are sure to be fresh and fun additions.

Seasonal

Nothing says spring like rabbits, and we have lots. (You might even say that they are multiplying.) Our Country Stroll collection features Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit, colorfully attired and accented with touches of Courtly Check, on tabletop pieces, under cloches, and as salt and pepper shakers. We also have bunnies made of rustic natural fibers in our Cottage Garden Wreath.

Chic Cirque Rabbits with pleated pastel collars serve as candlesticks, plates, and serving pieces. And did we mention the adorable Patience Brewster Betsy Bunny and Mama Bunny Figures? These two are really made for each other and celebrate the relationship between mother and child.

These pieces decorate our homes for Easter and after, continuing the celebration of spring, which is also true of another group we call Highland Spring. Its focal point is a fun flock of standing Tartan Sheep, with faces and hooves of painted Courtly Check and soft shearling bodies in a range of tartan patterns. The sheep are also on tabletop pieces, a pillow, and an entrance mat.

Dinnerware and enamelware

Look for new blue servingware, which ranges from casual to formal in feel. Big Blue, an informal collection built around friendly blue whales, will make you think of dining al fresco by the water. For the table, there are pitchers, platters, small plates, and nesting bowls. Big Blue mixes and matches quite well with Royal Check enamelware, too.

Royal Check is also at the center of our Entertaining Royalty group, which is a bit more formal and features touches of classic blue chinoiserie on table linens, placemats, and decorative pieces, including boxwood topiaries. There’s also the beautiful Royal Toile Fern Wreath, decorated with chinoiserie plates that feature iconic landmarks on our Aurora campus, including our Chicken Palace, gazebo, and design studios.

Floradot is another new ceramic group of servingware. It features dimensional florals on a black background accented with white polka dots. Pieces include a pedestal platter, serving bowl, platter, two canisters, and a mirror. It’ll be great paired with classic Courtly Check ceramics.

Finally, and just in time for summer entertaining, we’ve expanded the styles of our very popular Beverage Hostess to include White Flower Market enamel and galvanized Flower Market.

Garden

After spending so much time indoors, we’re really looking forward to stepping outside and getting our hands dirty. Do the same with MacKenzie-Childs fun and flair with pretty and practical gardening items, including kneelers, gloves, and a gardening apron chock-full of handy pockets. You can also plant your posies in turtle pots and Big Blue whales. The gardening theme creeps indoors, too, with our Radish & Root collection of kitchen textiles and small ceramic serving pieces shaped like colorful vegetables.

Finishing Touches

Last, but certainly not least, our finishing touches give your canvas—your home—MacKenzie-Childs style. Switch plates in hand-painted Royal Check enamel and ceramic knobs and hooks that are hand-painted with colorful patterns do the trick.

The standout in this group is surely our oversized Courtly Check letter collection, from A to Z. Express yourself. Spell out your initials and/or your favorite sentiment.

Do you know what we want to spell? It’s S-P-R-I-N-G!(And not a moment too soon!)

 

 

 

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