Driven by a passion for antiques and breathing new life into homes, Mackenzie Page Zwick opened Mackenzie Page Interiors in 2015. She prides herself on identifying her client's design style and adding her own fresh take. She's never met an antique she didn't like and knows that upholstery can never be too beautiful or too comfortable.
After graduating from Texas Christian University with a degree in Advertising/Public Relations and a minor in Art History, Mackenzie hit the ground running as a Commercial Real Estate broker. After a while she found herself more interested in reading Interior Design blogs and flipping through shelter magazines. She was hired by Dallas Interior Design mogul Jan Showers to be her Antiques Showroom Manager and PR rep, and Mackenzie immediately fell in love with the Antiques business. In 2013, she went to work for renouned Fort Worth Interior Designer Kay Genua and immersed herself in the design side of the business.
How people lived way back when. Everything that Glitters. Murano Glass. Hand Painted China. Southern Traditions. Antiques. Palm Anything. Chinoiserie. The Country...Texas and European. Color. Chintz.
I believe in....Black and white houses that only see color. Antique Mirror. Velvet. Upholstery that is comfortable enough for televsion and elegant enough for an evening gown. Accessories. Marble. Pattern on Pattern. Mixing styles and Periods. Animal Print. Silk. Things that are made like the used to be.
In Her Free Time
When she's not mulling over the perfect fabric or finding the next greatest antique, Mackenzie is dabbling in gourmet cooking, drinking wine with a girlfriend, searching for a great antique caftan or coat--depending on the season, cuddling a corgi (or two), thumbing through this month's issue of any design magazine or hanging out with her husband, Brian.