“My favorite piece was the Jean Royere desk from Paris’s Galerie Chastel-Marechal. The scale is perfect for New York City apartments, and the color adds a dash of pop. The graphic design of the legs is light and modern all at once. It’s just perfect.” —Richard Mishaan, Richard Mishaan Design. #GalerieMagazine #SalonArtandDesign #GalerieChastelMarechal #RichardMishaanonJeanRoyere #RichardMishaanonSalonArtandDesign
Interior designers dish out advice on prepping your home for entertaining. Create Multiple Seating Areas "The way to make a room comfortable for those who entertain or simply for when there are two people in the room is to make it feel quaint," says Richard Mishaan, who is known for this artfully crafted, spirited spaces. To achieve the cozy effect Mishaan strives for, he "creates multiple, smaller eating areas. You need to be able to hear a person when they speak to you."
"What's your favorite home accessory for summer? Richard Mishaan: The portable and compact Battista trolley table from Kartell. We use it to serve lunch on the patio and drinks by the pool, or to cart items to the grill." #Kartell #ModernDesign #ModernFurniture #NYCG #HamptonsDesign
"An artist born and bred in Texas and a British ceramist find that a pair of rustic barns in Amagansett makes the perfect family home—but only after designer Richard Mishaan steps in to add his inimitable flair. A century ago, potato fields and agricultural barns were as common on the eastern end of Long Island, New York, as seagulls and swallows. Most of that land was later sold off for residential development and golf courses; nowadays, original barns on the South Fork are
“‘I nearly always design from a place of need,’ says Richard Mishaan, who decorated the house in Amagansett, New York, featured on page 170. He also creates custom furniture for clients, as well as pieces for Bolier and Dering Hall. When he can’t find the right console for a client—say, one with the lines of a vintage piece but made from modern materials—Mishaan starts sketching. ‘My best pieces are born out of a specific situation, but they seem to fill the very same nich
"Richard Mishaan Design. Style: Supersuited interiors that often blend iconic furniture, punchy patterns, and powerhouse art. Projects: A hotel in Colombia, residences in the Dominican Republic, Florida, and New York. In The Works: Lighting for Arteriors, a book about Colombia crafts, artworks for Soicher Marin. Clients: Patricia Duff, John McEnroe. Inspirations: Museums and art shows. Key Influences: Syrie Maugham, Carlos de Beistegui, Tony Duquette." #ArchitecturalDigest #
"Richard Mishaan and Johnathan Adler are at the top of their game. Both designers enjoy homes on the East End and high-profile careers managed from headquarters in New York City. They both also share an unabashed love of color. Discovering the bold patterns and world class art that Mishaan incorporates with his striking palette of sensational colors, you share his joy for the beautiful. His roots in South America give him the courage to break color rules of 'good' taste a
"Richard Mishaaan, one of New York's leading architectural/interior designers, has an impressive career that has spanned many of the creative arts including interior design, fashion, furniture design, and retail. A master at presenting arresting personalized decor for his high-profile clients, Richard is renowed for his ability to blend collectibles and antiques with art and furnishings. He is on the Elle Decor A-List as well as the AD 100. Richard is frequently featured i