Terrace-Level Family Room

Designed by Ray Booth for the Atlanta Showhouse | Floral design by Keith Robinson

Tour Ray Booth’s Terrace-Level Family Room to learn more about his inspiration and sources for this beautiful space. If you enjoy this feature, subscribe to FLOWER magazine for more inspiring homes, gardens, lifestyle content, and of course, florals!

“A series of convex mirrors in different scales creates an installation that echoes the porthole windows. They also bounce light around, animating the space.” – Ray Booth

Ray Booth designed family room with round mirrors on wall, mobile chandelier, and sectional sofa at the Flower Atlanta Showhouse
Photo by Emily Followill

“I arranged a pair of sectional sofas from my furniture line for Hickory Chair in an L-shape and then interrupted the bulk of the back with an ottoman in between. It’s all deep-seated and incredibly comfortable for movie-watching.”

Sectional sofa, ottoman, and round table in Ray Booth designed family room of the the Flower Atlanta Showhouse
Photo by Brian Bieder

Ray continues the circular play with a hand-blown glass light fixture from John Pomp through R. Hughes “that looks like a mobile suspended from the ceiling.” The table spins down to 18 inches and up to 22 inches, “which gives a little diversity for height and use.”

Sideboard in Ray Booth designed family room at the Flower Atlanta Showhouse
Photo by David Hillegas

A buffet with square-pleated front, another of Booth’s own furniture designs, provides ample storage as well as a surface for decorative objects and a drinks tray.

Game table with banquette and blue chairs, etagere, and folding screen in Ray Booth designed family room at the Flower Atlanta Showhouse
Photo by Emily Followill

Ray saw the other side of the room as the ideal spot for a game table. “I surrounded my table with a curved banquette and vintage chairs. The upholstered screen reaches its arms out to gather the furniture and is also the perfect place to hang the painting by David Kidd.”


In the Ray Booth designed family room, Keith Robinson of Gloriosa composed simple arrangements with big impact. He filled tall, clear glass cylinders with impressive, white proteas (seen here) or impressive branches of blooming fatsia.

See more arrangements from Keith Robinson and read about his Georgia home and garden.

Glass cylinder of white flowering protea branches arranged by Keith Robinson.
Photo by Emily Followill


Who Did It & Where To Get It


A. Tyner Antiques
Holland MacRae


Blake Weeks
R. Hughes


David Kidd


Arabel Fabrics
The Romo Group


Colonial Mills
Marc Phillips


Paul Plus
Baker Furniture
Hickory Chair


Sherle Wagner International


John Pomp through R. Hughes
Visual Comfort & Co.


Benjamin Moore
Domingue Architectural Finishes


Phillip Jeffries


The Shade Store


Blue Door Framing
Douglass Workroom

Adjoining Spaces

Secret Speakeasy, Wine Cellar, & Adjoining Morning Bar

Guest Bedroom, En Suite, and Adjoining Outdoor Terrace

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