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Claritin® Teams Up with Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent to Inspire Families to Spend More Time Outside and Embrace their Outdoor Space

WHIPPANY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 26, 2022-- Today, Claritin ® from Bayer, the #1 doctor recommended non-drowsy oral allergy OTC brand, announced the year-two launch of The Outsideologist Project, a multi-year initiative aimed at encouraging children to spend more time outside. A new survey commissioned by the brand found that while 81% of parents surveyed agree their child is excited to be outside, more than half (55%) are worried their kids aren’t spending enough time outside. To help kids and their families, establish a lifelong love of being outside, the brand enlisted celebrity designers, longtime couple and parents of two, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, to join with the makers of Claritin® on their mission to provide outdoor inspiration and help give one lucky family the backyard of their dreams.
HOME & GARDEN
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Jeremiah Brent Reveals the One Decor Decision He and Nate Berkus Always Agree On

If there’s anything we’ve learned from interviewing hundreds of interior designers, it’s that many of them have strong (and often differing) opinions. Even It couple Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus’s feelings don’t always align. Remember that time Brent spoke up for his love of matte black hardware and Berkus swiftly said he was “tired of it”? However, we recently learned there is one key decor trend that the pair see eye to eye on: checkerboard floors.
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See 4 Stunning Homes by AD100 Designer Jeremiah Brent

AD100 designer Jeremiah Brent knows a thing or two about creating a dream home. Below, we share four projects fashioned by Brent, two of which were created with his partner in work and life, fellow AD100 designer Nate Berkus. First up is the pair’s West Village town house, followed by a New York City apartment executed by Brent. Next is a Los Angeles abode by the duo, and last but not least is a creation all Brent’s own. Consider it a study in chic decor today.
NEW YORK CITY, NY
People

Nate Berkus Says Jeremiah Brent Taught Him 'Great Love Can Come Around Again' After Death of Partner

Nate Berkus is feeling grateful to have found a "great love" not once, but twice. The interior designer, 50, and his husband Jeremiah Brent, 37, opened up about their 10-year relationship in PEOPLE's Love Issue, where Berkus also spoke candidly about the impact his relationship with his late partner, Argentinian photographer Fernando Bengoechea, who died in the 2004 Sri Lankan tsunami, has had on his and Brent's marriage.
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Jeremiah Brent Knew Nate Berkus Was the One on Their First Date: 'In His Presence, I Felt So Safe'

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent knew they would end up together from their very first date. The pair, who met through Brent's former boss Rachel Zoe, went on a fateful furniture shopping outing together in 2012. Technically, it was a "friend hang," says Brent, 37, in PEOPLE's Love Issue, on newsstands Friday. "We were just going to hang out and go look at antiques."
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HGTV's Jeremiah Brent on His New Grove Co. Line and “Green Routine” (Exclusive)

If you're an HGTV fan, you're likely familiar with Jeremiah Brent. The interior designer founded his own full-service design company in 2011, and married his designer husband, Nate Berkus, three years later. In 2018, they landed their first HGTV series called Nate & Jeremiah by Design, and recently, we were lucky enough to speak with Jeremiah Brent about sustainable décor. He told us about his new line of home scents, and took the time to share his Green Routine with us.
TV & VIDEOS

Yelp Has Released Its 2022 Home Trend Report, Including Tips From Jeremiah Brent

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. Interior design lovers may attest that there is nothing better than trend forecasting season, where the biggest names in the home and digital space predict the styles we ought to be looking out for in the year ahead. One of the latest trends to hit inboxes this year is from Yelp, whose annual home trend report features expert comments from one of our favorite designers, Jeremiah Brent.
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Jeremiah Brent Says These Design Trends Will Be Huge in 2022

If your home became a dedicated office, restaurant, or even a personal movie theater over the past two years, you are certainly not alone. The emphasis on multipurpose spaces in the home was greater than ever, and our four walls had to fulfill many different functions. But as we reemerge into the world, we're returning to designing our home for the love and joy of decorating—and hopefully breaking out of the "cloffice" for good.
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The Design Trends That Will Be Popular in 2022, According to Jeremiah Brent

When he's not working on eco-conscious collaborations or furniture collections, interior designer and TV personality Jeremiah Brent is offering plenty of expertise. Case in point: Yelp's 2022 trend report, which includes insights from Brent on everything from wallpaper to decor accents. "To forecast trends for the coming year, our data...
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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Native son Nate Berkus and his husband, Jeremiah Brent, have a new TV show that makes design personal.

Even the country's most-googled interior designer — one anointed by "Oprah," with merch lines at Target — can't resist reliving his snow-capped childhood. When HGTV star Nate Berkus last visited the Minnetonka home where his mother and stepfather still reside, he passed on a beloved winter tradition to his own young kids. "He was showing them how to sled in the backyard the same way he used to sled with his sister and his brother," Berkus' husband and design partner, Jeremiah Brent, recalls on a recent call from New York. "It was really, really adorable."
MINNETONKA, MN
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Interior Designer Jeremiah Brent Gets So Many Uses Out Of This $100 Bar Cart

For most people, a living room is no longer just a living room. And that drastic lifestyle change — moving nearly every activity into your home — presents a dramatic challenge when it comes to decorating. How do you account for a kitchen that also serves as a school, or a bedroom-slash-office space? It’s tough, but fortunately, there are brands setting out to help customers tackle those conundrums more easily. The latest? Bed Bath & Beyond, which just launched a new owned brand called Studio 3B that’s designed with today’s issues in mind.
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