Scheer & Co.

(512) 270-9322
www.scheer.co

Services Provided
Interior design (renovation to decoration): Design development, space planning, programming, hand-sketching, project and construction management, budget management, specification, purchasing, logistics management, styling

Areas Served
Central Texas, Northeast and West coast

Typical Job Cost
$50,000 - $1MM

Business Description
Scheer & Co. is a high-end residential and boutique commercial interior design firm based in Austin, TX. With ten years of experience in the design field, Killy Scheer founded Scheer & Co. in 2013 with the belief that a home should feel both elegant and familiar – perhaps with a dash of playfulness. Killy collaborates with clients to create spaces that reflect their spirit and aesthetic.
Location:
Austin, TX US 
Contact:
Killy Scheer 
Type:
 
Address:
706 W. Ben WHite Blvd.
Bldg. B, Ste 184B
Austin, TX 78704 
erikalevack reviewed Scheer & Co.
We met Killy in the fall of 2013. She walked into our home (slated for a complete remodel starting in early 2014), and I was immediately blown away by her style and confidence. She radiated classy pro... Read More
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„Hello darkness, my old friend“

Schluss mit der Diktatur von Helligkeit und Weiß! Im Halbdunkel, in düsteren Nischen und schummrigen Zimmern steckt nicht weniger Schönheit Full Story
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Rustica Hardware
Sehr schön! Danke für das Mitteilung!
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Einfach mal hängen lassen! Die schönsten Topfracks für die Küche

So machen Ihre Töpfe und Pfanne auch an der Decke oder der Wand eine gute Figur – und sind obendrein jederzeit griffbereit Full Story
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Boost Your Kitchen Storage With Pegboard on a Wall

Julia Child knew it: This budget-friendly material is a winner for wall organization Full Story
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joannoh
I personally wouldn't put peg board on the kitchen walls, but love the idea of putting it in the pantry! As far as dust and grease goes, what's the difference between pegboard and the open shelving that seems to be quite the rage these days?
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adoptsalot
I like painted and framed pegboard. It looks crisp and finished. I've never had a problem with hooks falling out. I have a wall in my pantry done with pegboard and have shelves, platter and lid holders, pots and pans and more. I love the easy access. No problem with dust or grease. I cook everyday so for me it is efficient.
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Purifiez votre salle de bains grâce à 8 plantes dépolluantes

Ficus, fougères, aloès... en plus d'embellir votre salle de bains, certaines plantes la purifieront Full Story
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Allzeit bereit! Der Beistelltisch

Der kleine Bruder des Couchtisches ist nicht nur nützlich, sondern auch ein ziemlich wirkungsvolles Element der Raumgestaltung! Full Story
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christo
Oh, so viele tollen Beistelltische – da kann man sich gar nicht entscheiden!
August 27, 2014 at 3:21AM   
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Technology: 9 Ways to Conceal your Gadgets

We can't live without technology, but we can live without all the wires and widgets that go with it. Here's how Full Story
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Lara Sargent
I agree technology always seems to inextricably linked to the modern, but every style of home needs/wants it today as these ideas show.
August 22, 2014 at 8:23AM   
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Russell Taylor Architects
We often help our Clients achieve an uncompromised and coherent traditional and classical design without renouncing the comforts of modern technology. Most of the historic buildings we work on were build before electricity and running water were in use!
In this family room, originally built in the XVII Century, we have introduced a projector - hidden in the automatic ceiling hatch - and a large screen and speakers - hidden in the down-standing beam above the fireplace .
See the Before&After shots.
August 22, 2014 at 9:47AM     
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We met Killy in the fall of 2013. She walked into our home (slated for a complete remodel starting in early 2014), and I was immediately blown away by her style...
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