Thursday, July 30, 2009

Get to know Ms. Hajj

Baltimore designer Mona Hajj was born in Africa, educated in Europe, Lebanon and the United States. She brings a unique style of her own wherever she lands . . .
A master at artful expression and time honored traditional interiors, there is a delight and discovery in her spaces.

I love the serene and style she has given even to this small room.


Grandeur may lead effortlessly to rustic charm and traditional richness may give way to com temporary simplicity, but you can bet every space she touches will bring a smile. I would love for Mona to visit my castle, how about you?



12 comments:

  1. Really pretty. Love the contrast of dark woods against white walls and textiles.

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  2. everything is lovely.i would so love to have that cabinet in the living room...ann

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  3. * Vicky-girl, the table is NOW SET for "TEA for THREE"~~~ when will you two be coming by???

    WHAT CLASSIC STYLE~~~ soooo elegantly simple! I love it all!

    XO,
    Linda *

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  4. Wow! Thanks for the "introduction"! What great style she has. I would never want to leave that bedroom...

    Chris

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  5. As Deanna said 'very pleasant'. Not to sound controversial but.....wud it not be nice if we also had unlimited funds and resourses, plus a team of assistants like many Designers have. Shop til we drop......woohoooooo!!!!!

    Thanks for the introduction! Your research is always appreciated. Hugs -Brenda-

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  6. Get my towel I am climbing in that tub!!! hehe Kathy

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  7. Brenda I hear you, and boy do I feel the same way. Yes, I do work in this one horse town, but I never seem to have a client willing to do what I want because of the budget... everyone wants me to use what they have, make it look great, but don't spend any money!!! That being said, I still don't equal big budgets with good design. I am forever seeing designers, that work...but just don't have it. Know what I mean?

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  8. I love her style! I may not be able to buy the expensive items that there are in these homes, but I can see how she has made the dark wood and the light colors work so beautifully together. Hugs ~cindy s~

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  9. I love her! I just wish I could see more of her - there is rarely anything published about her. not enough for me! love this. and love all your art work on the latest blog. esp. the portrait of you. that is really great!!!

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  10. She has a fabulous, fabulous style. Just love it!

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