Grey walls look good again at this Palermo restaurant

Sobremesa brings contemporary design to an 18th-century palazzo

Studio Didea stripped things back to an elegant minimum at Palermo’s Sobremesa restaurant, which is bathed in cool blue-grey tones.

The colour floods the walls and ceilings of the restaurant, located in an 18th-century palazzo that was also once a suitcase shop. Pared-back light fittings and furniture put the focus on the surrounding palette, as well as the views of Palermo – created by opening up what was once three separate rooms.

Studio Didea has installed a Carrara marble bar counter as part of the restaurant’s interiors, while backlit shelves bring light into the darker corners of the eatery, and wine bottles are tucked away behind a bespoke dark wood cabinet.
Piazza Cassa di Risparmio, 11, 90133 Palermo PA Italy

Studio Didea stripped things back to an elegant minimum at Palermo’s Sobremesa restaurant, which is bathed in cool blue-grey tones.
Photography: Nanni Culotta
Studio Didea stripped things back to an elegant minimum at Palermo’s Sobremesa restaurant, which is bathed in cool blue-grey tones.
Photography: Nanni Culotta

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