Ray Booth Collaborates With Arteriors For A Home Line

Kendyl Kearly | December 19, 2019 | Home & Real Estate

From left: Mod large vase, $535, Mod short vase, $405, and Mod tall vase, $470, all at Arteriors, arteriorshome.com

One of the most exciting launches unveiled at High Point Market, a biannual design expo in North Carolina, was a collaboration between luxury label Arteriors and interior designer Ray Booth. The resulting 44-piece collection is clean and functional, embracing both modern and antique influences. “Ray brings a distinguished, architectural approach to his product designs, and we are thrilled to add such a talented designer to our growing roster of Design Collaborators,” says Arteriors Creative Director and founder Mark Moussa. Booth, who comes from a family of engineers, was influenced by mechanics for the home goods, a fact that can be spotted in the aged bronze finish he developed and had engineered exclusively for eight of the light fixtures. Also look for chunky Mod vases, Greek-inspired vessels and a lamp in the shape of a wavy fern, which comprise the product line. “In my work, I strive to blur the lines between old and new, juxtaposing the organic with the man-made,” Booth says. “I love how one celebrates the other.”



Photography by: Photo courtesy of Arteriors