A Visit to Grandma's House.
Bangkok. Found this shabby chic gem in the middle of the forrest.
Taking you on a tour to a place Numai and Shiqi took us in Bangkok. It's a beautiful hideaway, placed in about half an hour from the city. It's literally a little forest, with a view of the lake and beautiful greenhouse. They have this backyard garden that is used as a cake shop and cafe. This is like a place that I will grow old in, it's too cute to be true.
The place is called Little Tree. We'll find bohemian decorations, shabby chic interior, cute succulents and eerie old statues. All of them combined making the place unique, rustic and somewhat homey.
The desserts I ordered. Cheers to homemade cakes and panna cotta, my all-time favorites!
A chair and beautiful view to the lake. A perfect set to contemplate life.
The backyard. White tables and chairs, fresh flowers and paper garlands.
Secret wedding venue, anyone?
This old knick-knacks on the rack. Feels like visiting my grandma's house.
The smell of home-baked goods...
...And this furry fella guarding the kitchen! :)
Hello, beautiful eyes.
They also collect and sell vintage teacups.
I like how they just put this tiny picture of handsome french bulldog out of nowhere.
Went to a bar where they brew their own liquors, it's called Ironballs and it belongs to Numay's friend (and also my new friend!), Bow. It's one of the awesomest bar I've ever been to, not only they have good foods and crafted liquors, they have a really nice interior filled with vintage and weirdly cool stuff. It's only been 3 days but I fell in love with Bangkok already.