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He says that one object can dictate the direction he will take in an overall look and feel of the space. However, everything he designs has some kind of humor in it, giving the room a feeling of belonging and happiness, with a touch of surprise and drama. But, no matter what, the interior designer always works closely with his clients to create an interior design project that reflects the clients’ personal style and personality but always pushing the boundaries of style and design a bit further.
“One of the brands, I worked with on this project is the obvious choice of Boca Do Lobo. I genuinely love the exaggerated fantasy-like art pieces they created, which I believe will be sought after collectables 20 years from now.” – Laith Abdel Hadi
Other brands the designer used for this interior design project were, Minotti, Jonathan Adler, Eichholtz, Tom Dixon, The Rug Company, Hudson Furniture NY by Barlas Baylar just to name a few.
He also points out, how lucky he is to work with the clients’ personal heirlooms and antiques in his interior design projects, from the likes of Sevres, Lalique, Limoges, Herend, Murano, etc.
All images courtesy of Laith Abdel Hadi
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The sideboard is lined with hand-painted tiles, in its interior, there is one door and four drawers fully lined with gold leaf. This piece contains two shelves made in bronze glass.
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The luxury sofa is made in a wood structure and the panels in a manual sculpture, produced in resin and finished with restoration techniques that give it the look and feel of stone. The upholstery fabric is made up of six velvety and removable pillows. The legs are produced in acrylic turned.