Nate’s Story

“I believe your home should tell your story. What you love most collected and assembled in one place.”

Since designer Nate Berkus established his award-winning interior design firm at the age of 24, his approachable and elevated philosophy has transformed countless homes around the world through his design work, home collections, books, television shows and media appearances. Ever since Nate’s first appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show in 2002, he has become one of the world’s most recognizable interior designers. His work has been featured in publications including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Harper’s Bazaar, VOGUE, InStyle, O Magazine and People. He is included on the ELLE DÉCOR “A-List” of the world’s top designers and was named to the AD100 list in 2018. For a full collection of Nate’s press coverage visit the press page.

“My job as a designer is being able to tell my client's stories through the things they choose for their home. What they’ve seen, who they’ve loved, and where they hope to go next.”

His popular product lines include a bed and bath collection sold at Target, a roller shade collection for The Shade Store, and a furniture line with California based retailer Living Spaces. Nate’s latest collaboration, a fabric collection for Kravet, launched in Summer 2019. He currently serves as Travel Ambassador for Celebrity Cruises. He has authored two New York Times bestselling books: Home Rules (2005) and The Things That Matter (2012), and in 2011 he served as Executive Producer of the Oscar winning film, The Help. Audiences have followed Nate through his own television shows, the daily-syndicated The Nate Berkus Show and 2014’s American Dream Builders (NBC). Nate & Jeremiah By Design ran for three seasons on TLC. Nate and his husband Jeremiah Brent competed in the second season of HGTV’s popular Rock The Block, and returned as judges in season 3. Their most recent show, The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project premiered on HGTV in 2021.

“To me, decorating is the pursuit of what could make a room more interesting, more harmonious, better, what can be discovered, unearthed, combined.”