Being one who loves a good neutral palette, I was thrilled at the opportunity to feature the new MacKenzie-Childs Sweetbriar Collection. This collection includes linens, florals, and dinnerwear which are handmade, hand-glazed terracotta, all made in Aurora. I got a sneak peek of the design process last spring during my trip to Camp Courtly Check and have been anxious to see the entire collection unfold. Whether you like neutrals or soft pastels, the white color makes the perfect canvas for your spring tablescape.
With Easter a few weeks away (does anyone else feel like it’s really early this year?), I wanted an organic and classic feel for my tablescape. Eucalyptus leaves, gold accents, and white roses were a few details that I knew I wanted to incorporate into my Easter table. And of course, I had to add a touch of the classic black and white check with my Courtly Check Enamel Salt & Pepper Shakers. I know I’ve said this before, but one of the best things about MacKenzie-Childs is the versatility. Their products are truly meant to inspire and let you have fun with your table and decor. Whether you keep it classic or love to mix patterns, there’s really something for every home.
How would you style the Sweetbriar collection? Do you mix and match patterns? xx Ashley
MacKenzie-Childs Sweetbriar Dinner Plate c/o | MacKenzie-Childs Sweetbriar Salad Plate c/o | MacKenzie-Childs Sweetbriar Small Bowl c/o | MacKenzie-Childs Sweetbriar Platter c/o | MacKenzie-Childs Courtly Check Enamel Salt & Pepper Shakers c/o | Target Graham Dinner Fork in ‘Stainless Steel Gold’ | Target Graham Knife in ‘Stainless Steel Gold’ | Target Graham Spoon in ‘Stainless Steel Gold’ | Target Stemless Champagne Glass 8.5oz
Halogen Long Linen Blend Cardigan in ‘Tan Cobblestone’ | Similar white cami here and here | 7 For All Mankind White ‘Josefina’ Squiggle Skinny Boyfriend Jeans (On sale! Fit: These run big, I would size down.) Coin Necklace Set| c/o Deborah Brewer Jewelry
This post is in collaboration with MacKenzie-Childs. All sections and opinions are my own!
IMAGES BY MARY SUMMERS