Between the sand dunes and the water, the villa was built to have wonderful views and very bright interiors. The Mona Hajj Interiors studio satisfied the requests of the owners who wanted a very large house to accommodate the whole family for moments of leisure and relaxation. Intimate corners and many bedrooms characterize the distribution of spaces. Light woods, natural materials, nuances inspired by the surrounding landscape meet a mix of European, Middle Eastern and Asian furnishing elements, such as ancient Moorish arabesque Hajj tiles found in Spain, Romanian kilim carpets, Venetian mirrors from the mid-1800s, ancient lanterns Syrians, Louis XV furnishings. Murano is also present, through Barovier&Toso. In the kitchen, the Nevada chandelier takes up the colors of the sea, giving an elegant charm to the dining area, with its blown Venetian crystal elements.
PROJECT: Wayne Good and Mona Hajj Interiors
PHOTO: William Abranowicz
REFERENCES: Nevada chandelier