My phone is full of little gems like this - old stones - broken roofs - yet they’re mesmerizingly beautiful. I’m realizing that my love for interior deco is very Greek inspired. Who knew 🤷🏼♀️
Earth tones, bricks, stones, greenery, bulky wood furniture, olive trees - exotic trees, lots of white... 🤤😻👌🏻We went to a restaurant the other night in a town called Marathi, we were very clearly in the middle of nowhere type thing. I never knew this place even existed...
Small town folks eating by the water in their swim suits.
Everyone’s sweating buckets, it looked like your regular bay food stop.
But when I took a closer look the patio tables and chairs were to die for !
The type of furniture you’d find unaffordable back home.
Im sitting there, wondering , do these people know what they’ve got? That they’ve decorated and built their town in a way that most of us can only dream of? Do they realize that some of us go broke trying to recreate the looks? I wonder if they’re a dime a dozen around here? or if it’s as a prestigious look as back home 🤔
Are they also trying as hard as we are to keep it this way?? Something tells me that’s a hard no....
This is just how they are. 😲🥰
Someone give me your table and chairs gosh darn it my house needs it! We can fit this on the plane right!? 😩
Another little quirk to report: last year in Paris we concluded that you’d find baguettes everywhere, here? You find buckets of olives and olive oil everywhere... - can’t say Im mad about it 🤷🏼♀️ bring it on!
We won’t be visiting your typical Greek islands this time ‘round, I’ve yet to see the famous blue and white houses overlooking the ocean. I’ll save that for another trip - it’s been really interesting though, to see this side of Greece, one I never even knew existed. 💙🇬🇷