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Prices are up to 70% off at the Mackenzie-Childs Barn Sale — shop chic pieces for your home while they’re cheaper than ever!

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There’s a major sale going down, and if you’re looking to update your living space, you shouldn’t miss it. The Mackenzie-Childs Barn Sale is now live, and for a limited time, the brand’s iconic home decor pieces are up to 70% off.

To be clear, this is Mackenzie-Childs‘ biggest sales event of the year. Not only will you not find discounts this steep on Black Friday, but this Barn Sale includes first quality products on sale for up to 70% off for the first time ever.

If you’re not familiar with the Mackenzie-Childs brand, prepare to want everything you see. From kitchen items and picture frames to throw pillows and bedding and bath items, Mackenzie-Childs is a one-stop shop for outfitting your home in fun, whimsical pieces that truly feel one-of-a-kind. The Barn Sale alone features nearly 1,000 items, so you know there’s a little bit of everything.

Because the Mackenzie-Childs Barn Sale only comes around once a year and prices never get lower than this, shoppers tend to go a bit crazy stocking up. If this is your first time shopping the sale or you’ve had your eye on something from Mackenzie-Childs for a while, your best bet is to shop early. Iconic items like this Royal Check Enamel Frame and this Courtly Check Enamel Tea Kettle probably won’t be in stock for long, so you’ll want to place your order as soon as possible.

Royal Check Enamel Frame - 2.5" x 3", $50 (Orig. $68)

$50 $68 at Mackenzie-Childs

If you want a piece that is quintessential Mackenzie-Childs, buy this Royal Check Enamel Frame. The blue and white checkered pattern is a staple of the brand.

Black Flower Market Travel Cup, $13 (Orig. $32)

$13 $32 at Mackenzie-Childs

Whether for water, tea or coffee, you'll enjoy sipping your favorite beverage from this beautiful Black Flower Market Travel Cup.

Calypso Stripe Bath Towel, $24 (Orig. $48)

$24 $48 at Mackenzie-Childs

Whether for the beach or to brighten up a drab bathroom, this Calypso Stripe Bath Towel is loads of fun. Bonus: It's soft and absorbent, too!

Pucker Up Pillow, $53 (Orig. $88)

$53 $88 at Mackenzie-Childs

No, your eyes are not deceiving you. This really is a pillow! Toss this pink sequin Pucker Up Pillow in any room that needs instant personality.

Courtly Check Enamel Tea Kettle - 3 Quart, $119 (Orig. $178)

$119 $178 at Mackenzie-Childs

It doesn't get more iconic than this Courtly Check Enamel Tea Kettle. The pattern is a Mackenzie-Childs best seller that's timeless and won't go out of style.

Audrey Sunglasses, $55 (Orig. $88)

$55 $88 at Mackenzie-Childs

Yes, Mackenzie-Childs also makes really chic fashion accessories like these flattering Audrey Sunglasses that will look good on lots of different face shapes.

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