As Rayman Boozer tells, he’s all about “putting positive vibes out in the world.” From 1994 to
2008, the Indiana-born interior designer did so from his beloved New York City store, Apartment
48, where he layered home goods into an imaginary residence long before doing so was the norm.
Eventually, devoted customers became adoring clients, and Boozer pivoted from shop keeping to decorating. His first project, for instance, was a studio on 14th Street for a longtime Apartment 48 aficionado. Ever since he has created relaxed, confident rooms that brim with the color, pattern, and effortless air of joy-rooms, in other words, that bring a smile to your face.