‘The bookcase is the focal point,’ says Rayman. ‘I love blue because it makes me happy, but it’s also universal. There isn’t a bad shade.’
Bookcase in Ol’ Blue Eyes by Benjamin Moore. Carnival rug by Paul Smith, The Rug Company. Perspex coffee table, Lillian August. Sofas, ABC Carpet & Home. Cushions, Susi Bellamy
‘Photography is my thing,’ says Rayman, who has pieces by Bruce Weber and Arthur King.
Sofa, Crate & Barrel; covered in Kansai Zinnia velvet by Romo. Exercise at Home photograph by Luke Smalley, ClampArt. Painted wall plate by Kehinde Wiley, Brooklyn Museum
early on in his 25-year-plus career in interior design, Rayman Boozer was dubbed the ‘Colour Guru’ by Time Out New York and looking into his one-bedroom apartment, it’s not hard to see why. With an overarching theme of blue, the mainly open-plan space is saturated in bold hues, fabrics, art and souvenirs from a globe-trotting life.
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