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Mona Hajj Interiors

Baltimore, MD

For nearly three decades, Mona Hajj has crafted interiors that combine a far-reaching global vision with an American emphasis on elegance, comfort, and simplicity. Her distinct aesthetic is a culmination of unique experiences and rare qualities. Through her education in Europe, Lebanon, and the United States, as well as her extensive travels, Hajj developed an eye for the defining detail and an international range of visual influences – a combination that makes her work at once highly specific, and culturally and historically diverse.

Hajj’s instinct for selecting the ideal element – be it an object, furnishing or textile – is a central component of her style, providing both singularity and serenity. Despite her ability to distill her designs to their essentials, they feel neither overly formal nor forbidding. Rather, Hajj’s belief in ease and availability, whether in the city, country or beside the sea, results in interiors – no matter the style or period – that are colorful, textural and delightfully livable. As the designer herself puts it... "When people walk in, I want them to feel their home is the only place in the world they want to be."

Hajj has been featured in numerous top design publications and has received wide recognition including Architectural Digest AD100, and ELLE DECOR's A-List, among other honors. Her latest and second book, A Romance of East and West was published May of 2019.

Mona Hajj Interiors is a complete design studio, providing clients with interior architecture, custom cabinetry and furnishings, and a selection of fine art and antiques. Whether the project is grand or rustic, rich in tradition or modern and simple, Mona Hajj Interiors performs with an intimate understanding of individuals and their needs – creating interiors that reflect the style and character of each client.

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ELLE DECOR's A-List
Architectural Digest AD100
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