Laith Abdel Hadi
The renowned interior designer Laith Abdel Hadi has conceived a luxury design residence inspired by the client’s amazing artwork collection, that looks like it came out of a museum. This luxury design project enhances perfectly the balance between bright colours, strong contrasts and the elegance of some the most wanted pieces by Boca do Lobo. Design Build Ideas takes you inside this jaw-dropping space.
Famous for his unpredictable design projects, the interior designer based between Dubai, London, and Saudi Arabia has designed a harmonious space full of exclusivity where the client’s exclusive art collection is in the spotlight. Right in front of the firework stands out an opulent, wide-open and eclectic living room. Art is detailed in every piece of furniture in the luxury house.
Laith Abdel Hadi explained that “the Boca Do Lobo Versailles sofa was the focal point for me in the formal lounge which was custom upholstered in a rich deep blue velvet…the sofa was a perfect fit for such an eclectic space”. Contemporary and maximalism styles are the main combination of the room and together create the perfect juxtaposition.
All of the walls are painted in crisp white to have the art speak and stand out. Laith Abdel Hadi thoughts worked around the colours of a peacock feather: blue, green, caramel for the formal area. The luxury ambience is filled with shaped and sharped forms to create more dimension and life growing through the ground. The interior designer always works closely with his clients to create an interior design project that reflects the clients’ style and personality, always pushing the boundaries of style and design a bit further.
As for the dining area, Laith Abdel Hadi made white and neutrals are the king and queen. “This outstanding design corner only works with the white and blue-tiled sideboard, called the Heritage Sideboard, from Boca do Lobo’s Limited Edition Collection. This exclusive design dictates an overall look and feels about this unique space. I added the Heritage sideboard in the dining area that worked perfectly with the kitchen blue agate countertop to pull in all the different shades of blue,” explained the interior designer.
The kitchen countertop was a challenge for its size as it’s entirely made of blue agate crystal, which we had made and flown from India to London. Overall, to create this fabulous design project, Laith Abdel Hadi has worked with the best luxury and exquisite brands, such as Minotti, Jonathan Adler, Eichholtz, Tom Dixon, The Rug Company, Hudson Furniture NY by Barlas Baylar, and (of course) Boca do Lobo.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this amazing project by Laith Abdel Hadi.
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