Copper Blossom Cocktail Lounge by Tibbatts Abel, Edinburgh – UK

October 29th, 2015 by retail design blog

This September a brand new cocktail lounge opened in the basement venue at 107 George Street, Edinburgh. This multi-million pound development creates the latest “must-visit” bar in Edinburgh with an eclectic and homely vibe. This exciting new concept is born from the collaboration between industry leading leisure operators “The Speratus Group” and the award-winning designers & architects Tibbatts Abel.


Featuring beautifully floral & whimsical botanical elements, with an airy yet welcoming feel, this new bar brings back nostalgic memories and creates the perfect setting for a show stopping cocktail. Reminiscent of a well-loved living room with rich mahogany timbers, earthy rattan and vintage floral fabrics, this venue ensures you feel relaxed and maybe a little sentimental.


A touch of nonchalant glamour is added with over-scaled hanging chandeliers which are adorned with pearls and draped with old-fashioned fringed lampshades. Rustic brick walls, weathered timber and festooning foliage brings the outside in and adds to the “orangery-esque” feeling which creates an intimate & inviting ambiance.

Design: Tibbatts Abel














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