The weather was gorgeous this past Sunday, which was an extreme contrast to the depressing clouds of grey outside right now. So I decided to bring the warmth and sunshine back ... well at least to my blog.
Chris and I visited Crepes a GoGo. This cafe was cozy, quaint, and it certainly transported us to France as we approached the store.
The music, the waiters, the chefs, and the art work: everything screamed French in the Crepe a GoGo.
On a sunny Sunday, what's better to do than enjoying the delicious crepes and lattes (in my case, apple cider) outside with the bistro table?
After our brunch, we headed to Anthropologie. This actually was my first time visiting the store. I had a pre-conception that Anthropolgie is all things girly and that's why I wasn't too eagered to make my way over in the past. But I've seen the tea towels and knobs Sarah used her rooms in Sarah 101, I thought I will go source some knobs for my projects.
And boy, was I in for a surprise! Yes, the merchandise in the store were more tailored to the girls but I love the bohemian/moroccan/vintage romantic vibes to their home section.
How you do resist this nautical vignette with a twist? The fishnet inpired wall treatment, the edgy chandelier, the mix of reclaimed woods and raw metals: what is not to love?
The only question is: are you now hooked to Anthropolgie? I know I am!