Nate Berkus And Jeremiah Brent's townhouse
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Interior Design Details Of Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent's Home
White Oak Bookshelf
Constructed to add warmth to a house with an industrial feel, the two-story bookshelf showcases the couple’s collection of design books and cherished trinkets.
The 30-foot, wall-to-wall bookcase, which also holds a variety of pictures, was Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s way of giving some soul to their 3,400-square-foot townhouse.
Berkus is a self-proclaimed avid collector who keeps trinkets from his travels, picture frames, family photos, and collectible prints in all his homes.
He believes your home should reflect your story and the people, places, and things you love, claiming that “the best interiors are always the ones that you make deeply personal.”
Glass Parlor
The penthouse opens into a parlor with a glass railing, featuring a 1940s armchair and a shearling-covered sofa around a 1960s Diego Giacometti cocktail table.
The designing duo have also hung mirrors in various shapes and styles at different heights, reflecting light, enhancing coziness, and adding an artistic touch to the space.
Gold and Brass Details
The interior designers’ relationship with metal details extends to their homes, including custom-built brass faucets in the kitchen and bathroom.
If fans want to mimic their design, Watermark Design recommends brass for its timeless quality. Pairing it with light wood warms up the space and creates a cozy aesthetic.
Marble Kitchen
The duo's townhouse is centered around a white Calacatta marble backsplash, a custom hood and countertops with brass finishes. The marble is a bold design element.
Known for its white background and unusually thick veining, Calacatta marble is extremely rare and quite expensive and can only be sourced from one quarry in Carrara, Italy.