So much to admire about the brilliance of
Tom Scheerer designs.
Like how he is more than okay utilizing
inexpensive accents and the simplest of
fabrics (i.e. cottons and linens).
How he favors the a bit undecorated.
Slightly undecorated is subjective
for sure, but in the pages
of Mimi Read’s Tom Scheerer Decorates
one can learn Scheerer’s take on it.
He refers to this aspect of his style as
‘underbaked,’ and the more I ponder
that reference (shooing away all images
of gooey molten cakes and brownies!)
the more I realize it’s what so many of us
creatives truly desire…
images above via
that undeniably gorgeous
sort of incomplete-ocity
plenty of air
I’m so thrilled Tom Scheerer Decorates!
It hits the stands September 10th,
and I bet you’ll love it like I do.
Tom Scheerer Decorates
by Mimi Read
Photography by Francesco Lagnese
(Vendome Press, 2013)
de Givenchy Residence
All of you design freaks know these next
beauties from Scheerer’s beachy portfolio by heart,
but I don’t care…they’re still worthy with a capital W.
The geometry dazzles no matter
how many years ago this
space first blew up on the web.
Happy September, you crazy kids.
Peace to you right where you are.