East Hampton Star, May 22nd 2018: "From Toile Hall to Paris Flea Market"
"Richard Mishaan's room was also mostly complete on Friday. It was originally titled Mixology for the blend of contemporary and traditional styles culled mostly from objects he collected for his New York City store, Homer, operated in two different locations over 17 years.
On Friday, he said Paris Flea Market might be a better description for the gathering of high-quality and eclectic pieces of furniture and accents he had amassed there. These include a large and relatively inexpensive screen livened up with Tony Duquette fabric painted to look like malachite, Chinese lacquer tables that could work both inside and outside, Forestier hurricane lanterns, hand-blown Italian vases, and a Safavieh rug with a pattern and colors perfect for a beach house."