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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

The Return of The Notorious N.A.T.E.

It should be no surprise that I adore the handsome and talented designer, Nate Berkus.  He's so friendly, charismatic and an absolute delight to watch - not to mention he can style a beautifully layered room that looks collected overtime.  I've been following him since he was showing off amazing room transformations on Oprah.  I'm an owner of his first book Home Rules: Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You'll Love and was a loyal viewer of the not-so-great Nate Berkus Show.  That's loyalty, people.


So you can imagine how excited I am for the launch of The Nate Berkus Collection at Target on October 21st, which includes bedding, bath, accessories, lighting, rugs and window treatments.  His collection has been described as versatile and timeless. I love his design philosphy that encourages people to tell their story and is at a price that everyone can afford.  Spot on, Nate B!

And how cute is this collaboration with Nicole Gibbons from So Haute who got the first look at the entire Nate Berkus Collection lookbook - that's over 150 items!  Lucky girl.

Not only does he encourage people to showcase their personality in their home and tell their story, but he also lives that philosophy.  Take the faux lacquered tortoise shell ($39.99), for example.
“When my parents were on their honeymoon, my mom found a tortoise shell on the beach. I coveted that tortoise shell for years. Finally, I decided to make my own.” - Nate Berkus


Are you guys excited for The Nate Berkus Collection launch on Sunday?  What are you coveting?  I've got my eyes on his jute rugs and nature-inspired accessories like the Sculpted-Branch Lamp ($24.99-$49.99) and the Decorative Sea Urchin ($9.99).  Can't get enough of Nate Berkus, like me?  Get your hands on his latest book The Things That Matter, out on October 16th.


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