Episode 183: Countdown Interview with Vicente Wolf

Vicente Wolf Countdown Interview
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 Welcome to our Top Episode Countdown with Vicente Wolf
Think you can guess who our listener’s favorite guest has been?When you listen to today’s Countdown Episode add a comment on our website’s episode page and share your guess. If you’re correct we’ll add your name to a drawing. On 01 September we’ll draw one name who will win a copy of our Top Podcast Guest’s Book.It’s simple. Just leave a comment and share who you think is our listener’s favorite podcast guest.One of your favorites was Vicente Wolf.   Enjoy our chat and this background helping you learn more about this special friend of Million Dollar Decorating.

, Wolf and his team build on his passion for design that’s guided by integrity and simplicity. He maintains this focus throughout his many creative endeavors: photography, art collection, interior design and global travel.
Wolf’s portfolio offers a snapshot of the ultimate American aesthetic, from multinational conglomerates to private homes, from hotels to restaurants. His list of residential interiors is expansive and includes homes in the United States and abroad in France, Israel, Japan, Saudi Arabia and Sweden. House Beautiful named Vicente Wolf one of the 10 most influential designers in the United States, and Interior Design Magazine inducted Wolf in its Designer Hall of Fame. He was selected as one of the top 100 designers in bothMetropolitan Home’s “Design 100” and Architectural Digest’s “AD 100”. Wolf is also the publisher of three books, Learning to See (Artisan, 2002), Crossing Boundaries: A Global Vision of Design(Monacelli Press, 2006) and Lifting the Curtain on Design (Monacelli Press, 2010), which focus on the many design inspirations found throughout the world through the eyes of a traveler.


  1. Carl Barnett on 08/30/2016 at 1:40 PM

    Wonderful! I don’t like to use the word icon much as it is used far too much, however Mr. Wolf is truly ICONIC. He is incredibly inspiration. His work and knowledge has so much depth. He truly expands the bubble of design, far beyond the elements of design into the world and thus into our psyche. Amazing.

  2. Karen Savage on 09/02/2016 at 9:54 AM

    This is why I love this podcast! To hear a successful, ‘normal’ creative say,…..”If you are a creative person you think it is negative until you find your path…being creative means you have been touched by a higher power. This higher power gives you inspiration…it is a gift.” …..helps validate who I am and my own ‘gift’ of creativity. Thank you!

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