On top of my family, there are three other things that make me busy (and this time, excited!), i.m.home, Petit Blanc and design work! And for the last few months (yes, during my hiatus from blogging!), my partners and I have been busy setting up our new home for i.m.home (you'll be reading lots of "home" on this post!). Nine more days and we will be opening our showroom! Yay! It's exciting for all of us because we finally have a place to showcase all our stuff. It was not easy transferring our inventory from house to house, bazar to bazar. And once we open the place, people can come anytime by appointment to see our stuff.
20 Kamuning Road, Quezon City
July 22 * 1030am - 500 pm * Sunday
You can read previous posts on i.m.home here and here.
It gets longer every time I take a break from blogging.
Love this shot of my kids, enjoying a magazine while waiting for the food. A family photo in front of the restaurant and Bianca posing by the gallery entrance. Can you see those two pieces of beauty beside her? They're solid wood, with automotive paint on top. How creative is that?
14Four Cafe. Food is good. I had the Adobo flakes Si-log, Hubby and Bianca had breakfast burrito and Rapha had the meatloaf. Rapha (our little Chef) loved everything! Mind you, he is hard to please when it comes to food! But more than the food, I am smitten with all the details that were carefully thought of. I love the drawings on the glass doors, the mismatched chairs, the unique light fixtures, the bent spoon on the coffee cup and the very unique coaster made of fabric swatches. This place is one big eye candy! The beautiful interior sets the perfect venue for a Sunday brunch. And the owner was sincerely warm and took time to chat with us. :)
Eating at the restaurant won't be complete without the Gallery tour. So, while waiting for the food to arrive, we went to STICKS. This is one place that make you drool. STICKS has this magical charm that you feel, as soon as you enter its doors. Eclectic but charming, all pieces are tastefully put together.
The alfresco dining is equally charming. Beautiful garden. Love the deck chairs in a row. The copper chicken and chicks are soooo cute. I wanted to snatch them! And lots of big chairs and pillows that make you want to lie down and read a book.
I've never blogged a restaurant nor a gallery. But this one for me is worth sharing. And a good come back post, if I may add. :) Go and visit them! Suggest you go on a Sunday so there's no traffic. It may be quite a trip for some (but worth it!). Luckily for us, we're in the East area so it took us only 20 mins on a Sunday! Check out their FB page also for more photos, ours were all taken with a phone cam so they don't really do justice to the charming place. :)
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14Four Cafe and Sticks. 144 Magnolia Lane, Gregoria Heights Subdivision, Bgy San Isidro, Taytay, Rizal (Check here for the location map.)