I must profess my love to Larchmont. One of my favorite areas to spend an LA morning is in Larchmont Village, a down-home stretch of shops, boutiques and eateries near our apartment in LA. It’s been said that this little piece of small-town was named after Larchmont, New York, a similarly quaint-feeling, New England-influenced village on the outskirts of New York City.
Though photos alone cannot express my sheer delight of this place, they can help to express a sliver of my love and devotion. For the price of a coffee I can window shop, admire the abundance of plants and trees, people-watch, be nostalgic, and even peruse the farmers market on Sunday mornings. There is plenty of free parking in the area, so if you’re on a budget, drop on by to experience a nice, cozy, down-to-earth feeling.
A fashionable mural.
A clock pole.
A peek into the gorgeous window display at the Cloth & Paper showroom.
A sweet reminder of the gorgeous weather.
Chalkboard signs advertising daily specials, such as outside Le Pain Quotidien, line the sidewalks.
Just one of the older buildings along Larchmont Blvd.