Tea Room by Think Contemporary

Joanne from Think Contemporary dropped me an email last week with pics of their latest creation.

A quirky tea room situated in downtown Portobello, Dublin (or maybe that should be uptown since you have to walk up hill from town to get to it??).

I love hanging out in public places that feel like home and if I was still living in Dublin I would definitely be hanging out here on a cold wintry afternoon sipping tea.

6 comments
  1. Hello Mel, there are so many of your posts that are really great and that I want to comment on but this time, mostly because of the exceptionally hard working period I go through right now (haven’t had time to update my blog in a couple of days…) …so this time I really feel like doing it :o) You’ve shown here some truly relaxing and calming locations and decors. The last one is my absolute favourite. I long to dive into a big plumpy armchair like one of those two and simply forget about the rest of the world for quite a while :o)) Thanks for all the inspiration! Ewelina from Ewelinas blog

    • M said:

      Hi Ewelina, thank you so much! I am so glad you like my blog. I hope you get some quiet time soon.
      Mel

  2. oooh and aaah…

    i so know that if we were back living in rathmines that we’d be in there like, totally – all the time…

    what a great funky modern tea-room…

  3. Dervla said:

    Excellent. I’m so delighted you wrote about this beautiful place because I wouldn’t have known it existed otherwise. Thanks so much. I look forward to a visit 🙂

  4. Lorna said:

    Love those armchairs and all those glass jars – mmm

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