At Osip, the restaurant at No. 1 Bruton in rural Bruton in Somerset, is located in an old ironmonger’s shop but was redesigned with cream white walls, zellige, glass pendant lights, and antique chairs. We like the look so much we decide to track down the key ingredients that make up the look.
For much more on Osip, see the feature on
The Modern House.
Above: The dining room walls are adorned with seasonal dried flowers from Lunaria in Somerset. Photograph from The Modern House.
Above: A detail of the dining tables complete with simple square tablecloths and ceramic dinnerware. Photograph from The Modern House. Materials
Above: For a similar creamy white to the wall color in the restaurant, Benjamin Moore’s Seashell 926 Paint is one of the shades profiled in our post Architects’ 10 Favorite Warm Whites.
Above: The Zia Tile Casablanca Zellige 4-by-4 Square Tiles are $17.75 per square foot. Lighting & Furniture
Above: The Apartment Plug-in Pendant in True Black is $189 at Schoolhouse.
Above: For a similar pendant shade to those seen in the dining room, the Schoolhouse Saucer Shade in Opal Glass is $69.
Above: The chairs at Osip are custom upholstered in leather by Bill Amberg Studio. The similar 1930’s Fischel French Brentwood Saddle Back Dining Chairs are $1,755.09 for the set of 10 at 1st Dibs. Hardware & Fixtures
Above: The polished and aged Ethnicraft Clear Wall Mirror is $1,441 at Burke Decor.
Above: The Iron Hanging Herb Dryer is $28 at Scout House. Accessories
Above: The dishes at Osip is all custom by Sue Paraskeva. For something similar, her Light Speckled Dinnerware is $98 to $160 depending on the piece at MARCH.
Above: The square Rough Linen Orkney Linen Tablecloth in White is $145.
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