"In all of my work, I look at a house and think about the moments that will happen there, the moments we all long to create.
Where will I hold my daughter on Saturday mornings?
Where will my husband and I sit and reflect and recharge? Jeremiah and Nate set out to create a haven for their young family, merging their two specific styles into one unified, stunning home.
They mixed pieces from Restoration Hardware with vintage furniture and placed vintage art in a room with textiles from Peru.
These clips highlight Nate's brilliant decorating at its best.
"Great design is like great love: You trust your gut," Nate said.
Fifth Avenue—that gilded corridor lined with gracious limestone edifices overlooking Central Park.
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's New York real estate story started like so many others. Nate and Jeremiah's came after they viewed a not-so-stellar apartment in their desired neighborhood, Greenwich Village. Fate intervened when the unit next door came on the market. The place started out fine, but Nate and Jeremiah oversaw a redecoration that made the apartment perfect.
Now the newlyweds have opened up the doors of the stunning home they share with daughter Poppy in the October issue of Architectural Digest.
When interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent set out to find a new home, lower Fifth was at the top of their list.“This neighborhood, particularly the blocks around West 11th and West 10th streets, has a unique magic,” says Berkus, who rose to fame as Oprah Winfrey’s home-design guru and has since hosted two TV shows (most recently, on NBC last year) while overseeing a busy interiors firm.