A Boho-Luxe New York Apartment
We first fell in love with Interior Designer Rebecca De Ravenel’s gorgeous New York apartment thanks to a feature in Vogue. The vibrant blue and white interiors are peppered with beautifully curated artefacts that showcase De Ravenel’s effortless, relaxed bohemian style and a life well-travelled. The Bahamian goddess, who is also the creator of The Goombay Bazaar, was raised in Nassau in the Bahamas and a lover of all things beautiful from a very young age. Moving between Paris and the Bahamas while growing up (her parents – both antique dealers – were avid travellers) Rebecca’s penchant for scouring the market places of foreign lands was fostered at a tender age and has no doubt cultivated her taste for eclectic and beautiful objects.
Originally studying and working towards a career in the fashion industry, Rebecca’s love of interiors was reawakened when she returned to live in the Bahamas and commenced work with Amanda Lindroth the talented decorator behind The Dunmore Hotel. Today, Rebecca calls New York home and this enviable garden apartment, filled with the Bahamian belongings she has collected over the years, is testimony to her unique bohemian luxe style.
Read on to discover how to recreate the look of Rebecca de Ravenel.
You can view Vogue’s comprehensive tour of Rebecca’s New York City apartment here.
To read more about The Goombay Bazaar click here.
All images were photographed by Jeremy Allen for Vogue.