Ray Booth

FLOWER Magazine Atlanta Showhouse: Terrace-Level Family Room

Ray Booth

McAlpine | Nashville, TN

FLOWER Atlanta Showhouse Preview: The Terrace-Level Family Room
Artist's rendering of Ray Booth designed family room
Artist's rendering of the Terrace-Level Family Room
Game table in Ray Booth designed family room
Photo by Emily Followill

Ray Booth’s Showhouse Resources

ANTIQUES

A. Tyner Antiques
Holland MacRae
Robuck

ACCESSORIES

Blake Weeks
R. Hughes

ART

David Kidd

FABRICS

Ainsworth-Noah
Arabel Fabrics
Schumacher
The Romo Group

FLOOR COVERINGS

Colonial Mills
Marc Phillips

FURNITURE

Anees through Paul Plus
Baker Furniture
Constantini
Ray Booth for Hickory Chair

HARDWARE

Sherle Wagner
International

LIGHTING

Arteriors
Circa Lighting
John Pomp through R. Hughes

PAINT

Benjamin Moore
Domingue Architectural
Finishes

WALLPAPER

Phillip Jeffries

WINDOW TREATMENTS

The Shade Store

WORKROOMS

Blue Door Framing
Douglass Workroom

About Ray Booth

Ray, an Alabama native and graduate of the Auburn University School of Architecture, joined McAlpine in 1999. The first phase of his career took him north to New York, where he spent successful tenures in the offices of such distinguished design talents as John Saladino. Ray returned to the South as a partner in McAlpine’s interior design firm with his former professor, Bobby McAlpine. These days, Ray has what many consider to be the best of both worlds: He divides his time between the firm’s Nashville office and the expanded New York office, which allows him to keep one foot in the city and the other in his native South. Ray’s work has received national recognition, and his first book, Evocative Interiors, was published by Rizzoli. He also has a best-selling furniture line with Hickory Chair and a lighting and accessories line with Arteriors. With an undimmed passion for beauty, Ray shares his life and homes in New York and Nashville with partner John Shea.

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