The New York Times, February 7th, 2013: A New Home for Homer"
"The interior designer Richard Mishaan is reintroducing Homer, the stylist shop he owned from 1997 to 2008. (It would still exist, he said, had the Whitney Museum not reclaimed the Madison Avenue space.) Homer is now in Greenwich Village, but Mr. Mishaan aims to replicated the uptown experience. He will transform the store four times a year. 'We'll lighten things up for summer,' he said, 'and have more substantial pieces for the holidays.' The mix includes contemporary and vintage furnishings, as well as Mr. Mishaan's own, more-affordable furniture designs for Bolier and lighting for Urban Electric. The store will be arranged in vignettes. 'I want to give people design ideas and start a dialogue,' he said. 56 University Place (East 10th Street), 212-744-7705, homerdesign.com"
The New York Times, February 7, 2013