As I'm always looking for a good parking spot that last longer than two hours around my studio, I took some photos of little details around here. Love the tiny streets, the subway station and how more urban everything looks, compare to where I live, which is not too far. Also good restaurants and cafe` to take breaks and my lovely friend at Pod is just around the corner. I'm still opening boxes, moving furnitures and looking for more tables, shelfs and possibly a sofa, but the studio is officially open by appointment, if you will be in the area. I'm planning to have an official grand opening and studio sale in early December, hopefully more updates are coming soon...
Useful links in this area:
T stop: Brookline Village, D line.
Brookline Public Library.
New England Institute of Art.
The Cutty's just had lunch there and it was very good!
La Morra one of the best Italian restaurant I have been to in the USA.
KooKoo Cafe` great falafel and atmosphere.
Pod one of my favorite shop in the Boston Area, great inspiration!
Japan Village Mart, fine Japanese grocery store.
Italian Design Modern furniture store, funny, it is just next to my studio.
Paul Worthington, Design and Restoration, across the street.
Pomodoro Restaurant where you can see the the original paintings on wood, I use on the top banner of this blog, by Susy Pilgrim Waters.