Arnold Schulman, founder and principal of the firm, has worked as an ASID interior designer, licensed by the state of Florida for over 35 years. Prior to launching the Arnold Schulman Design Group in 2004, Arnold was the senior designer for 25 years at Fine Decorators, one of the largest design firms in South Florida.
Great attention to his clients desires and the ability to collaboratively work together to translate their visions into reality is part of the reason our clients continuously returned to the Arnold Schulman Design Group. Clients turn to Arnold for his exceptional ability to make a home or space uniquely theirs. His impressive eye for color, textures and space enables the design process to advance seamlessly. No two projects ever look alike as Arnold draws inspiration from each and every client he works with.
In the past 35 years Arnold has completed homes around the world. From Columbia, Toronto, Israel, Colorado, New York, Miami and more, he has developed relationships with the top trades to ensure the highest level of work is completed on each project regardless of locale.
Arnold Schulman has been widely published in magazines such as Florida Design, Miami Home and D'ecor, On Design, Florida Architecture, Florida Design, Dimensions, interior & Sources, HOME, Casa & Estilo International, View on Design, El Tiempo, Ideas and many more. He has also had work featured on TV's Deco Drive. Additionally, Arnold Schulman has been recognized by his peers with multiple awards including two awards for "Designer of the Year".
There is no limit to the ability, artistic quality, vision and style in Arnold's projects. Whether it is contemporary, traditional, western ranch or South Beach chic Arnold Schulman Design Group will create a warm, layered and timeless space you want to come home to everyday.
At the Arnold Schulman Design Group our design philosophy is simple. We collaborate closely with our clients to understand their wants and expectations. By doing so each project is custom tailored to suit her client's individual needs, not recycled ideals and solutions that are common and expected.