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Nada Hamad

I'm a passionate Palestinian Interior Designer based in Doha, eager to leave my mark in the world and participate in a new world's art and design revolution. Check out my facebook page Nada's Sketchbook where I record my design working and ever learning journey.

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I'm Currently taking on freelance design and event planning jobs so contact me via e-mail at

Family, Play, and Laundry Room

I’d like to bring to you today a project that I’ve recently finished. This was a challenging project as the client had a very short period of time to execute it (It was done in 10 days), The budget was very limited, and the room needed to function as a Laundry room, Play room, and a Family room due to a baby being born into the family about 2 years earlier- now a toddler who needs her own informal space to play and thrive in.
The design needed to be functional, kids friendly, spacious looking, and colorful while serving all purposes.

The family wanted to conceal all of the laundry appliances, baskets, ironing table, and drying rack when not used and thus I designed a custom aluminum closet with perforations to allow the humidity to escape. The closets were made to match the existing wall to wall, floor to ceiling aluminum closets used for storage along the wall.
The walls needed a lot of work as it had a lot of cracks, peeling plaster, and leakage marks so we had some plaster work to be done that was then followed by primer and a beautiful sky blue paint.
The dining table and chairs were already in the house, we just moved them over from another space in the villa so that they serve a better purpose in this room.

Farida’s Peach and Mint Nursery

I’m an interior designer so naturally I started designing my baby’s nursery ever since I found out I was pregnant, I was researching ideas all day and trying to track down items that I had seen online and liked. The thing that took the majority of time and effort was the mural decal wall. It was labour intensive and I had to work on it with my two sisters and their friend (they did all the work really).
The room was “done” in loose terms when Farida arrived in all her glory and all of the little items, photos, frames, etc were all added in very recently right before her 1st birthday and the room is finally picture worthy, at least to me and I’d love to share it with you