Top Interior Designer Laith Abdel Hadi, owner of London and Dubai based studio Laith Design, recently teamed up with some luxury brands like Boca do Lobo to decorate a stunning penthouse in London! Today, Best Interior Designers presents this harmonious space full of exclusivity that Laith Abdel Hadi sketched from the very beginning.
Laith Abdel Hadi’s personal style is quite unpredictable. He believes 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.
Laith Abdel Hadi always works closely with his clients to create a modern and marvelous interior design project that reflects the clients’ personality but always pushing the boundaries of style and unique design a bit further. Besides Boca do Lobo, Laith Abdel Hadi also worked with some other high-end brands like Minotti, Jonathan Adler, Eichholtz, Tom Dixon, The Rug Company and Hudson Furniture.
At the dining area, white and neutrals are the king and queen. However, this outstanding design corner only works with the white and blue-tiled sideboard.
Honoring the fine craftsmanship, one of the most stunning that Laith Abdel Hadi used was the Heritage Sideboard by Boca do Lobo. This modern furniture piece presents a different number of layers, where each one tells a different story.
Right in front of the firework stands out opulence and wide-open eclectic living room. Art is detailed in every piece of furniture in the house. Contemporary and maximalism styles are the main combination of the room and together create the perfect juxtaposition. The creativity and rich decoration of the Versailles Palace contributed to the inspiration for the creation of the exuberant sofa that headlines the room. Boca do Lobo opens the way to freedom and the need for bringing extravagant creations to life. This is one more luxury furniture piece used by Laith Abdel Hadi for this amazing interior design project!