In Tom Scheerer’s second book, twenty of his latest projects are featured, including city houses and apartments in New York, Dallas, and Paris; summer houses in Florida, the Hamptons, and Maine; and tropical houses in Palm Beach, Antigua, and Abaco. Each project exudes a serenity and a sense of comfort and ease that derives from its perfect proportions combined with fresh, unpretentious beauty. It all seems completely effortless, belying the fierce intelligence and impeccable eye behind every decorating decision.
Illustrated with Francesco Lagnese’s luminous photographs, Tom Scheerer: More Decorating is a master class in interior design for aficionados and practiced professionals alike.
Tom Scheerer began his decorating career in the mid 1980s, after graduating from Cooper Union with a degree in architecture. He formed his own firm in 1995. His first book, Tom Scheerer Decorates (Vendome, 2013) has been reprinted three times, and his work is regularly featured in AD, Town & Country, House Beautiful, and Elle Decor. He divides his time between New York, Paris, and Harbour Island.
Francesco Lagnese is an internationally acclaimed interiors and travel photographer whose work appears regularly in Condé Nast Traveler US, UK, and Italy, Vanity Fair, House Beautiful, Town & Country, Town & Country Travel, and Architectural Digest. He lives in New York.
Tom Scheerer [is] revered for his ‘non-decorating decorating’ and his belief that ‘elegance is really about economy.’ His place in the canon was sealed with his first book, Tom Scheerer Decorates, and he is now releasing a second, the disarmingly titled More Decorating.
Town & Country
Many believe an interior is meant to evolve over time. Tom Scheerer argues that interiors get better with age. . . The same philosophy seemingly holds true for his books: Fans of his first monograph, which merited three reprints, can expect to find the same subtly eye-catching cane-patterned finding on this latest edition.