The king of color weighs in on collaborations he can’t wait to see, his love of I Dream of Jennie and where you can find him on 200 Lex’s 6th floor.
With an eye for unexpected color pairings applied in concert with a thoughtful blend of textures, interior designer Rayman Boozer never misses a trick when it comes to fashioning together artistically inclined spaces for his projects. It’s his punchy pattern mixing and bold material palettes that require ample exploration when perusing his vibrant rooms. Here, we tapped Rayman to find out what he’s most looking forward to at this year’s WNWN… along with a few other necessary details.
Coffee or Tea… Decaf Coffee
Town or Country… Town
Design is…my life
Fave 200 Lex floor… 6, we spend a lot of time at Interlude and Julian Chichester
Loewe is the new Prada
Go-to Textile Showroom… We love Kravet, Fromental and Vousta
Fabrics are… the biggest change you can make in a space
Furniture can… be the foundation of a great design
Comfort looks like… freedom
Luxury for me is… a necessity
Art will… ties everything together
Design Muse… I Dream of Jeannie
Next Passport Stamp… Ibiza
I’m a firm believer in…positive expectations—you don’t get what you want, you get what you expect.
The world needs more… unity.
What are you most looking forward to seeing this year?
I can’t wait to see the new collection from Jennifer Manners.
Any panel discussions or showroom events you’re attending?
I always love the events at Arteriors.
Are there any collaboration projects you’re excited to see?
Sarabande at The Rug Company
What excited you most about this time of year?
The new collections of fall fashions and home design.
Anything else you’d like to add?
It’s always inspiring when the design community comes together.