Tom Scheerer has taken on a different and exciting project, an incredible apartment in the Upper East Side, New York. Being an expensive neighborhood, this apartment needed to reflect its surroundings, and the interior designer didn’t disappoint at all! Join Home And Decoration and get a look at his latest project.
In the dining room, the table is custom, the Regency chair cushions were embroidered by Penn & Fletcher, and the custom columns are topped with Isabelle Sicart ceramic lights from Rose Uniacke. The rug is by Allegra Hicks for Christopher Farr, and the Roman shade is of a Zimmer + Rohde linen.
The beautiful breakfast room is embellished with a Saarinen table, Sika Design chairs with cushions in a Holland & Sherry stripe. The pendant is from Rose Uniacke, the bone-inlay mirror is from John Rosselli & Associates, and the rug is from Studio Four NYC.
The Josef Hoffmann stools are from Bauhaus 2 Your House, the cabinetry is custom, and the subway tiles are by Ann Sacks. The billiard-style pendant is from Ann-Morris, and the flooring is by APC Cork.
The guest bedroom features a custom headboard and 18th-century chair from Holland & Sherry fabrics. The bed is dressed in Sferra linens, the nightstand is from Chelsea Textiles, and the wallcovering is by Phillip Jeffries.
In the living room, there’s a custom sofa, in a Lee Jofa velvet. The side chair is in a Holland & Sherry fabric. The 1950s Danish desk is by Jacob Kjaer, the rug is by Brunschwig & Fils, and the curtains are of a Kravet tweed. What’s the favorite part about this project from Tom Scheerer?