My job as a designer is being able to tell people’s stories through the things they choose for their home.

Nate Berkus is one of the world’s most influential interior designers. Since his first appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show in 2002, his elevated yet deeply personal approach to design has cultivated a loyal following. Nate’s expertise, approachability, and signature style have made him a beloved household name and a trusted resource for more than twenty years.

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Since starting his interior design firm over 25 years ago, Nate’s design expertise and his philosophy, that your home should tell your story, has extended to television, and a number of thoughtful and accessible home collections. His current home collaborations include a newly launched sleep collection with Beautyrest, roller shades for The Shade Store, a furniture line sold at Living Spaces, and a fabric line with Kravet. Nate is also an avid collector of vintage furniture and decorative accessories, and his curated collections are available through his stores on 1st Dibs, Chairish, and at Showplace in New York City.

Nate, who is well known for his travel inspired collections, currently serves as the Travel Ambassador for the Edge class of ship by Celebrity Cruises; and designed the Sunset Bar on Celebrity’s newest ship, Beyond. In 2011, he served as Executive Producer of the Oscar-winning film, The Help. Nate has appeared on countless television shows as well as those of his own: the daily-syndicated The Nate Berkus Show, 2014’s American Dream Builders (NBC), and Nate and Jeremiah By Design (TLC). Nate and his husband Jeremiah Brent competed in HGTV’s popular Rock The Block, and their most recent show, The Nate & Jeremiah Home Project, is entering its second season on HGTV.

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Interiors designed by Nate and his design firm, Nate Berkus Associates, have been featured in Architectural Digest, ELLE Decor, House Beautiful, VOGUE, InStyle, and Harper's Bazaar, among others. The firm continues to be named to the prestigious AD100 list and ELLE Decor A-List.

Nate has authored two books, the New York Times bestselling Home Rules (2005) and The Things That Matter (2012).  Throughout his career, whether through his TV makeovers, his product collections, or the interiors he designs, Nate has always sought to empower people by giving them permission to live with that they love, and to always live well within their homes, regardless of the size of the space or the budget. Nate’s elevated design style, mixed with his humor and approachability, continues to make him one of America’s most sought-after designers.

“Design, to me, is part psychology, part sociology, and part magic.”
-NATE

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