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This Is the Summer of Outdoor Living Rooms, According to Interior Designer Jeremiah Brent

Over the last year (thanks in part to the COVID-19 pandemic), Yelp saw mentions of interior designers increase by 372 percent as homeowners made it a priority to upgrade their indoor living spaces. This year, it is all about the outdoors, with a serious increase in search terms related to everything al fresco — and interior designer and TV personality Jeremiah Brent helped back this up with upcoming trends you need to know.
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According to Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, This Is the Secret to a Romantic Bedroom

Design duo Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent took to Instagram this week to share their latest project: a newly decorated Manhattan apartment with an open-floor layout; ’70s-inspired furnishings; and an elegant, monochromatic color palette. But if you’re anything like us and listened at full volume, multiple times, you may have also picked up on their sneaky trick to make a bedroom feel like a serene oasis. As it turns out, it’s all about curtain length.
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HGTV Stars Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus are a Match Made in Design Heaven

From Chip and Joanna Gaines to Home Town's Ben and Erin Napier, there are so many sweet relationships in the world of interior design. Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus are not only one of the most talented couples in the business, but they've managed to create a wonderful family life together amidst their many projects and TV shows. They have such incredible chemistry together, it's no wonder that they knew early on that they were meant to be.
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House Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Designed on HGTV's Rock the Block Sells for $635,000

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent may not have won first place on Rock the Block season 2, but their talents have ensured the home they flipped was sold in record time. The HGTV stars' project on the show — a 4,120-square-foot multi-story "European farmhouse"-style property in Dallas, Georgia — sold for its full asking price of $635,000 last week, according to Realtor.com, after first going on the market early last month. Fellow network stars Anita and Ken Corsini of Flip or Flop Atlanta were their listing agents.
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How to Have the Perfect, Martini-filled Valentine's Day, According to Designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent

The celebrity design duo share how they really feel about Feb. 14. Designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are in for an interesting Valentine's Day — but that's nothing new for the stylish pair. The couple, who married in 2014 after getting engaged at the top of Peru's Machu Picchu in 2013, have opposite takes on Cupid's biggest day. "I love me some Valentine's Day," Brent told Travel + Leisure. For Berkus, "It's just not my holiday."
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How Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Celebrate Valentine's Day at Home

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are one of our favorite design couples. In May, the adorable pair will mark seven years of marriage. In fact, they plan to make an early toast to their upcoming anniversary this Valentine's Day while enjoying some classic martinis (see their special recipe below). While Berkus is all for celebrating his love with Brent (cheers!), he's surprisingly not too keen on the rest of the holiday—and will be steering clear of anything red or pink.
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Jeremiah Brent Brings Worldly Flair to This Manhattan Apartment

The designer melds old and new to refresh a family home on the Upper East Side. “Though it hadn’t been touched much for two generations, it held a lot of emotion.” So says interior designer Jeremiah Brent, about an apartment in Manhattan that had been a Latin American family’s anchor for decades—home to its beloved matriarch; the site of memorable gatherings, convivial dinners, and celebrations of all kinds. Everybody knew that the Park Avenue property had to be renovated when it recently passed into another generation’s hands, but, the New York–based talent adds, the commission would prove a challenge for everyone involved, personally as well as professionally. “It couldn’t lose any of its spirit, but we had to bring in light and more contemporary elements,” he explains. “The approach had to honor the client’s mother, who had lived there for so long, while bringing it into the present, while also leaving room for the future. It had to be a fresh start but a sensitive one.”
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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Expertly Layer Their Rugs—And You Can Get the Look

We independently select these products—if you buy from one of our links, we may earn a commission. If you’re wondering what happens when you take two talented interior designers, put them in a gorgeous Montauk home, and give them free rein to work their magic, just watch Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent‘s home tour they recently shared on Instagram. And while the result is a redecorated masterpiece at large, their layering of rugs is particularly skillful.