Guest Bedroom - No Business Like Show Business
Designer Statement: “I wanted to create a space that reflects what Hollywood show business is really all about. It’s not just red carpets and stunning evening gowns. It’s a world of smoke and mirrors with backstabbing and bling where things aren’t always what they appear to be. The end result might be an “oscar worthy” creation but every scene, or in this case, every design decision plays an important role in creating the end result. The room is a tribute to the yesteryear of Hollywood glamour with opulent fabrics ranging from Chinese Chinoisere cottons to metallic gold Missoni silk. I wanted it to have a life of its own, a leading role, an unforgettable performance. I wanted it to be fun, yet serious, and worthy of a standing ovation.”
Bio: In the famous words of Phyllis Morris, “Minimalism is for those without much to say”. Designer, Myron Wolman, proves this over and over with his uniquely styled interiors.
“My occupation is taking spaces and things commonly coined as ugly and making them beautiful”
Born in Johannesburg, South Africa in the summer of1983, his family decided to move to the United States and split his childhood between Los Angeles and Houston, Texas. It was in Houston where Myron started exploring his artistic talents. During this time, he perfected his drawing skills, pen and ink techniques and design illustration styles. At fifteen, he moved to South Florida, where his passion for interior design would develop and his opulent style would merge on to the market. Wolman worked for a high-end interior design boutique and at sixteen, was hired to design his first full residential project. He attended the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and studied interior design.
Myron pulls inspiration from his African roots and elements of nature are heavily explored within his designs. His creative visions and unique designs can be seen in his interior creations spanning from coast to coast. Wolman has been commissioned throughout the United States and the Islands including the Ocean Club Residences in Paradise Island and several design jobs in Miami, Beverly Hills, Atlanta and New York City.
He has collaborated from conceptual design to completion on several nightclubs, bars and restaurants and was honored with the award for “top 5 nightclub interiors” for his Morocco- Asian influenced nightclub design, China White, located in downtown Fort Lauderdale.
Myron Wolman Designs continues to deliver the ultimate in luxury furniture and design while being budget conscious and detail orientated. In August of 2010, Florida International Magazine honored Myron as “top 100 Creative Minds”.
As Wolman participates in the 2011 DCOTA design house, he strives to showcase what he feels is his reason for living:
“I will continue with my purpose in life… Making the world a more beautiful place one room at a time”.
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