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The Great American Designs of Tom Scheerer
With his modest nature, Tom Scheerer often finds himself acting the role of bemused bystander in the opulent and self-promoting world of interior design.
As a decorator, he has forged a career doing rooms that are relaxed to the point of being hard to categorize as decorated; this is the idea, an observation he would take as a high compliment. There is a Scheerer style, involving limed pecky cypress, Saarinen tables and Thonet bentwood chairs, but it is actually more of a philosophy than a style. "Elegance," he says, "is really about economy."
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Source: New York Times