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Manhattan architectural and interior designer Tom Scheerer has been mentioned in House & Home blogs before, but I couldn't resist focusing on his work exclusively. His ability to blend new with old and showcase art are what I love most about his rooms.

In this space, a white Panton chair and clear waterfall table feel right at home next to a classic settee and crystal chandelier. Loving the small plants.

In this dining room, dark upholstery and black-and-white artwork pop against the rich creams of the table, striped walls and herringbone floors. The gold casters are a practical and pretty touch.

And here, three small tables line up to form an elongated bedside table with space for a few books, lighting and a plant, perfectly framing the artwork.

Get ideas for mixing eclectic antiques with modern pieces in our gallery of new traditional decorating tips.

Photo credits:
1. Tom Scheerer Park Avenue, photography by Oberto Gili
2. Tom Scheerer San Remo Apartment, photography by George Chinsee
3. Tom Scheerer Gramercy Park, photography by Pieter Estersohn

Author: 

Seema Persaud

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