May 24, 2017
| January 18, 2011 | Style & Beauty
Master suite by Leta Austin Foster & Asscociates. Inspired by Some Like It Hot!
Kids room by Josh Wollowick Designs. Inspired by Mary Poppins
Powder room by Ric Owens Planning & Design. Inspired by All About Eve
Office by William Bernard Design Group. Inspired by Boys Night Out
Dining room by Fanny Haim and Associates. Inspired by The Last Emperor
Tea room by DKOR Interiors. Inspired by An American In Paris
Myron Wolman's No Business Like Show Business inspired room and Fanny Haim's The Last Emprorer inspired room
If you love iconic films, don’t miss the second annual DCOTA Design House. Launching on the 19th, this year’s theme is “Film + Design: The Golden Age of Hollywood,” featuring 18 breakthrough installations by Miami’s most notable design talents, including Ric Owens, Fanny Haim and Myron Wolman.
"The room is a tribute to the yesteryear of Hollywood glamour with opulent fabrics ranging from Chinese chinoiserie cottons to metallic gold Missoni silk," said Wolman of his guest bedroom design inspired by No Business Like Show Business (above).
Owens designed a powder room fit for All About Eve's Bette Davis, complete with a crystal chandelier, glimmering vanity and mirrored wall. Our favorite might be Haim's The Last Emporer inspired dining room with wall-to-wall red velvet and thick gold tassles.
Highlights from DCOTA Design House
1855 Griffin Road, Dania Beach