In London there is a new address to be included in the list of must see places: it is the restaurant Omar’s Place, opened last month in the Pimlico district, in the heart of London. A restaurant with a Mediterranean menu whose interiors have been perfectly designed by the talented designers of the Sella Concept studio.
I totally fell in love with this interior as soon as I saw the pictures because it concentrates all the trends of the moment and the elements that I love and about which I have in fact already spoken in the blog.
The color palette plays with shades of pink and terracotta (read here and here) and inserts touches of blue and dusty blue (read here), all perfectly matched to the brass details and brass lamps. The choice of using velvet as upholstery for sofas and chairs (read here) and the Venetian “terrazzo” for the tables and counter top create a very elegant effect with a vintage allure, as well as the choice of furnishings. Very interesting it is also the choice of using sinuous and rounded shapes as in the wall at the side of the bar and in the shape of the bar counter (also underlined by a relief paneling) in contrast with some strongly geometric elements such as the mirrors that creates an interesting mix and a whole sense of movement.
It is a project in which all the details are harmonious and interact perfectly with each other, such as the curvatures of the sofas, which is taken up in the bar counter, in the seats of the stools and even in the skirting.
In short, nothing is left to chance and the selection of elements and materials perfectly combined make this new restaurant a concentrate of style.
Omar’s Place, 13 Cambridge Street, Pimlico, London
Photos Nicholas Worley – Interior design Sella Concept