The Hamptons Family Home has the design of Rayman Boozer, one of the interior designers of AD100 for 2022 and owner of Apartment 48. Take a look to this amazing house!
First, let’s talk a little bit more about the interior designer, Rayman Boozer. He studied interior design at Indiana University, before he moved to New York where he work for Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale’s. But, now he has Apartment 48, a design studio where he wanted to express all of his ideas. Maureen Sullivan lived with Boozer as roommates and she said that “There was nothing precious or intimidating; it just felt warm and inviting and full of inspiration.”, regarding Apartment 48.
Boozer says that “People who don’t get color don’t get me,”, and that says it all!
This is one of five homes Boozer has done for Sullivan and her family. Maureen says that “Rayman always pushes me just outside my comfort zone,” says Sullivan. “He knows how to make it that much more playful and more interesting.”
The breakfast nook has Thibaut wallpaper and Ralph Lauren chairs.
The dining room area has also Thibaut wallpaper that combines very well the blue and green of the rest of the space.
Once again Thibaut wallpaper is present, now in the kitchen where we can also see pendants by Williams Sonoma home. Besides, Boozer painted again the existing kitchen cabinetry white.
Here, we can see Maureen and her three children, Ryan, Lucky and Teddy. Regarding the interior design, they have RH cocktail table, Serena & Lily chairs, Wisteria Sofas and Thibaut wallpaper.
This is the daughter’s room with Pet Dunham shade fabrics anon Samuel & Sons trim.
This is another view of the dining are where we can see once again how the wallpaper completes the set and combines so well with the dining accessories.
Painted in a high-gloss blue, with wallpaper on the ceiling, the basement features a CB2 sectional.
To conclude our article, the Hamptons Family Home from the outside! Here we have some armchairs and chaise tongues from Serena & Lily, the umbrella is by Williams Sonoma home.
Credits to: Architectural Digest