Nate Berkus: October 16, 2017



Nationally recognized interior designer and best-selling author

It’s no secret people like to update their home to reflect some of the latest styles.  Whether tackling a full-scale renovation or simply refreshing your space, renowned designer, Nate Berkus offers his trade secrets on what makes for a well-designed space.

Nate Berkus is live on-site from the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum where he kicks off National Design Week in New York City. According to Nate, your home should reflect who you are, so he advises clients to reach for things they love, mixed in with timeless elements that will stand the test of time.

He will discuss the future of design and where consumers can go for inspiration to design a space they love.

Some of his tips include:

  • EVERYONE CAN BE A COLLECTOR:  Pick up things from your travels, and bring them back with you. Shop your local flea market or antiques mall for beautiful objects or a piece of furniture that will add patina and personality to your home.
  • TAKE RISKS: The best interiors are the ones where people took risks and broke rules. If you love something, you should find a way to love with it.
  • GO ONLINE: One of the best parts of designing today is that there is no shortage of inspiration. You just need to scroll your Instagram feed, or hop on Pinterest.



Nate Berkus is an interior designer and New York Times best-selling author. Since Nate established his award winning interior design firm at the age of 24, his approachable and elevated philosophy has transformed countless homes around the world through his design work, home collections, books, television shows and media appearances. Nate’s work has been featured in publications including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, VOGUE, InStyle, O Magazine, People and ELLE DÉCOR, which included him on their “A-List” of the world’s top designers. Nate also serves as artistic advisor to LG Studio, a premium line of appliances from LG Electronics, and will debut a new line of kitchen appliances this fall.

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