Architectural Digest January 2017: The AD100 List
"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 #
Long Island Pulse August 2017: "Color Theory"
"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
Interior Design Master Class, May 2, 2017: "Kips Bay Decorator Show House 2017"
“I realize I’m not the only design enthusiast that remembers Robert Denning & Vincent Fourcade’s maximalist approach to decoration. I loved the excess of their interiors and I was certainly not their only fan. And as you’ll see it’s the love of ‘more-is-more’ that pervades, in a very tasteful way, this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House. Beginning with Richard Mishaan’s salon—the ultimate nod to Italian legend Renzo Mongiardino—the house packs a punch.” #NewYorkInteriorD
Quintessence, April 28, 2017: "First Look 45th Kips Bay Decorator Show House"
“Richard Mishaan’s showstopping sitting room is an ode to travel, craftsmanship, and heritage. With a nod to the maximalist interiors of Renzo Mongiardino, Mishaan emulates the layered sophistication of artistic spaces like those in Venetian palaces that have been created over time, often including acquisitions from far flung locations around the globe. Eclectic pieces help tell the global story. Above, a rare Edoaurd Lievre mirror reveals the painter’s interest in Japanes
Doyle, May 2, 2017: "Kips Bay Decorator Show House"
“Richard Mishaan’s parlor room evokes a sophisticate Venetian salon with influences from the east. The wallcovering, which at first glance appears to be a silk textiles, is rather a printed wallpaper based on a Syrian hand-painted room from the early 17th century. Equally impressive is a large Serapi carpet from the late 19th century, woven in colors including deep blue and cream on a rust-red field.” #NewYorkInteriorDesign #KipsBay2017Showhouse #DoyleNotebook #RichardMisha
New York Times, April 26, 2017: "The 2017 Kips Bay Showhouse"
“In Richard Mishaan’s first-floor sitting room, the print on the custom wallpaper, by Iksel Decorative Arts, was taken from a 15th-century house in the Middle East. But much of the room was inspired by Turkish and Venetian palaces, and the layering that went on there. The pillow fabrics are from Luigi Bevilacqua. The rug is a 19th-century Serapi from F.J. Hakimian. And the federal-looking panther on the wall, a contemporary Audubon painting, is by Walton Ford.” #NewYorkIn
Traditional Home, May 1, 2017: “45th Annual Kips Bay Showhouse”
“Parlor by Richard Mishaan. Richard Mishaan’s parlor room is alive with pattern. A custom wall mural inspired by Topkapi Palace in Turkey and an antique Serapi rug from FJ Hakimian warm the space with rich color. Custom sofas and a pair of slipper chairs can accommodate a crowd.” #NewYorkInteriorDesign #TraditionalHome #KipsBay2017Showhouse #RichardMishaanInteriorDesign
Huffington Post, May 2, 2017: "The 45th Annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House"
"Richard Mishaan Design turned the Parlor Room into the perfect space for reading, relaxation, and living. The seductive mix of culture and travel with the use of historic wall coverings from Syria, museum quality silk loomed brocades from Bevilacqua, hand printed Fortuny fabric, and antique Serapi Persian rug layered with Orientalist art, African and Moroccan artifacts." #NewYorkInteriorDesign #HuffingtonPost #KipsBay2017Showhouse #RichardMishaanInteriorDesign
Curbed New York, May 1, 2017: "Inside the 2017 Kips Bay Decorator Show House"
“’All good things go together,’ designer Richard Mishaan says, explaining his design philosophy for his parlor room. Here, textiles new and old mingle: The sofas were made for the room with fabric by Old World Weavers while the rug dates to 1889. A painting by Walton Ford, above the sofa, tells the true story of a black panther escaped from the Zurich zoo in 1933.” #NewYorkInteriorDesign #CurbedNewYork #KipsBay2017Showhouse #RichardMishaanInteriorDesign
Washington Post, April 28, 2017: “Inside the 2017 Kips Bay Decorator Show House”
“For the parlor, Richard Mishaan imagined a room that was collected over time, layered with lush textiles and decorative arts.” #NewYorkInteriorDesign #WashingtonPost #KipsBay2017Showhouse #RichardMishaanInteriorDesign