Cute ‘n’ colourful in Laaandan Taaawn

I came across this deliciously cute cafe over the weekend and thought I would share it with you lovelies.  It’s located in my old ‘hood, the first place I ever lived in London when I was still a little spring chicken: the delectable Parson’s Green.

Designed by Alexander Waterworth Interiors, it is the perfect mix of white painted brick, rustic woods, Carrara marble, cute accessories, canary yellow Tolix (?) stools, limed scaffold board tables and pastel-coloured dip-dyed bentwood chairs.  Oh and the lighting??  Double-swoon – mint and brass for the win.

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London-livers, you should go take a peek and let me know your thoughts!


  1. Lilli says:

    Ciao Elly! Oh what a lovely place you spotted! If ever happens to be in London, I need to remember it! I love the light decor and the bricks, they make it very picturesque and a kind of cafe where also the food much be delicious!:) Hope your day is going fine dear, big kisses! xo

  2. Sam says:

    Hi sweetheart.. I appreciate you stopping by and lending me your kind remarks. This cafe is so beautifully laid out, i like that it is not pretentious but instead welcoming and the lighter colours and pale walls add a great freshness. Lovely place!

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