New York - I Love You!

I left you hanging the other day with a little teaser about where we went 
and what I bought in New York.

These pics were taken with my cell phone and they aren't perfect but see if you can guess where we were.

The gardens were lush.

The furnishings were unique.

The moments were extra special.

And here's what I bought.
Isn't she lovely?

Yes, we went to the actual real Mackenzie-Childs location in Aurora, NY.
And because my photos can't even begin to do it justice, here's a link
to their website. I wish you all could go there and see the bucolic setting where
they actually hand make and paint the pottery.

Everything about it is wonderful!
I know many of you have Mackenzie-Childs pieces.
What is your favorite and most versatile?

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Cathy~Mille Fleur said...

It's perfect Stacey! I have the smaller kettle too...for the same reason;)! Great minds! I am seriously in need of a similar trip...I mean seriously!😘

Cathy~Mille Fleur said...

The question marks are in place of my winky face emoji! Ha;)!

Cozy Little House said...

Oh, I'd love to have a piece! Their work is so beautiful.

Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G said...

I don't have any of their pieces, but I simply adore them! So versatile, you can use them with any decor! I love your kettle! And it sounds like your trip was a huge success! :) ~Rhonda

BeachGypsy said...

Oh I love your tea kettle!!

Art @ Home said...

My daughter and I went to the Barn Sale in 2012, and I want to go again next year. I enjoyed Aurora! I know y'all had a great time.


Rue said...

I love their stuff, but I don't have any of it. Isn't that odd? Cute teapot!

I'm glad you had a great getaway :)


Nancy's Notes said...

Going there is on my Bucket List! Yes, I have some of their pieces and I love what you bought, I have it too! My favorite pattern is the Courtly Check!
So happy you were able to see their slice of heaven!

Brandi said...

Glad you had a great trip! Your tea kettle is beautiful. Thanks for the introduction to Mackenzie-Childs.

chateau chic said...

Looks like you had so much fun!!!! Love, Love, Love that teapot!
Mary Alice

Shelia said...

Hi Stacey! Oh, how wonderful. You two look so cute and I'm jealous! Look at that tea pot! I've got to get to Aurora! :) Thanks for your sweet words.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Blondie's Journal said...

How fun!! I love the little kettle! :)

Jane x

Mar C said...

How fun! And what a wonderful treasure to bring home! Love it!! Want one!! XOXO Mar

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Oh I love this teapot!! Your photos are just fine but I'm going to the link anyway! :)

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Stacey, look at the fun!! You girls look adorable in this pic. LOVE the teapot from MC and I want one too. LOL I adore her designs.
Thanks for stopping by and your kind comment. Your comments still arrive on my dashboard but at least I get them now and not in spam.
Yes, we do need the blinds here but I open them as much as possible when I can. The ac bill goes down when they are closed. LOL
Have a great week. Hugs, cm

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

By the looks of you and your sweet friend's smiles you had a wonderful time!
Love your teapot, she looks just perfect in your kitchen:)

Kathleen Grace said...

Oh you lucky duck! I have loved MC for years, I don't have a piece yet, but their designs just speak to my heart. I honestly would have a hard time naming a favorite pattern, although courtly check would be toward the top :)

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

I am officially jealous! I love the courtly check pattern and your teapot is wonderful!

Benita Roberts said...

How exciting!! And absolutely gorgeous!! The pattern, the shape, the size...all just perfect!!

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

I LOVE it!!! It's so funny that you would post this today because several people posted pics on IG this weekend with these black and white pieces and I was wondering where they bought them. :) So pretty!

Sarah said...

Stacey, I was fortunate to get to visit Aurora some years ago. McK-C is a magical place. I'd love to return one day. Love the teapot!

JG said...

The fountain of flowers is such a cool idea! It's great to bring home a treasure from a wonderful visit & your teapot is so cute.

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Oh how fun....always wanted to go to Aurora...have only been to her shop in NYC....what fun you must have had!

Kim said...

What an amazing teapot! Of course, I love that red touch on top!!

Lisa said...

Oh what fun! That's got to be the perfect girl friend trip! And that sweet little teakettle has your name written all over it. :-)

Happy@Home said...

How fun to visit Mackenzie-Childs. Even the gardens are whimsical and fun.
The tea pot is adorable and perfect for your decor.

Patricia Krank said...

What fun you must have had your your girlfriend Stacey! I didn't realize that Mackenzie-Childs was in Aurora, NY . . . just minutes from one of the places we stayed while on vacation . . . in the Finger Lakes region of NY! We may have even been in the area at the same time you were. Just think, I might have walked right past you and not said, "Hi."

I'm glad you had a sweet trip like we did.


Poppy said...

Hey Stacey,

You two look like you had lots of fun, both in the beautiful gardens and inside, with so many truly pretty things to choose from! Love that teapot, and especially that little red topper; it definitely is the cherry on the cake!


Katie Mansfield said...

How fun! That teapot is adorable.

Pat@Life At Lydias House said...

Oh my goodness!! Lucky you! I go to the store in NYC but have never made it to Aurora. I know that it was wonderful!!

sandy said...

What a lovely place and your teapot is so fun and whimsical! Makes me smile!

Barb @ Bella Vista said...

Stacey, your pictures are utterly delightful!

I love, love the kettle. Yummy!

Barb ♥

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Oooh, you lucky girl! I love her designs. Love the teapot you got. It looks just as much fun there as her pieces do.

Andrea at Opulent Cottage said...

More gorgeous plantings!! I just loooove your kettle, such a great piece!!