The Inspiration Behind Richard Mishaan Design

Richard Mishaan is a world renowned interior designer that as an expansive art collection on the walls of his home. His Fifth Avenue home is also compliments with beautiful textures, patterns, and home furnishings. He has lived in this home for 18 years. It has picturesque views overlooking Central Park. This is the home where he and wife and artist Marcia Rolfe Mishaan raised their college aged son and daughter. They still wanted their living space to feel like a family space.

He enjoys being able to freely decorate his space without any restrictions. He is truly gifted in mixing art pieces from different eras, styles, mediums, and locations. There is still a cohesive element that ties everything together. Mishaan uses his space experimentally and draws inspiration from it. Mishaan really tries to make each project unique to the individual. He wants his projects to cater to the lives of his clients, and not force his own aesthetic onto them.

One piece of advice he gives to anyone wishing to have an art-filled style to their own space is to only allow the artwork to have color and keep furnishings and textiles neutral. This will allow that artwork to truly be the focus and not compete with other elements of décor. He attributes his attraction to artwork that has boldness and color to growing up in Columbia. He typically lets one piece be the inspiration for the aesthetic for a room.

Richard Mishaan has worked in the industry for over 20 years. He was born and raised in Columbia, which is a monumental inspiration for him. Richard Mishaan Received his BA from New York University and then went on to attend Columbia University School of Architecture He has also authored two books.

Richard Mishaan Design is a world renowned interior design company. The firm he created has been creating beautiful spaces for over two decades. The firm’s designs also complements a brand marketing and branding strategies. Richard Mishaan Designs specialize in interior design, architecture, and landscape architecture.