Nate Berkus is in this month's Architectural Digest,
showing us the before and afters of his stunning Manhattan Duplex in Greenwich Village.
The apartment was pulled together in three short months and features all new
flooring and added interior doors to give dimension and defined space to the apartment.
Nate has also designed a fabulous line of accessories and textiles for Target,
debuting October 21st. We love it when target selects Designers to feature in the store.
Nate will join some of our favorites like Victoria Hagan and
Thomas O'Brien that have also designed furniture, accessories and textiles.
When staging and designing, we have used their pieces time and time again.
It is so much fun to have a designer that you love their work
and that you are able to purchase their designs at a reasonable price.
We will all be on the look out for Nate's new line. The green and white
tortoise shells are at the top of my list. This is why we love Nate!
This first image is of the apartment before, the whole interior was white washed brick.
This of course was changed which can be seen in the after images.
The Kitchen cabinets were saved and painted in a high gloss black
Farrow and Ball paint and brass hardware was added.
The powder room is unique with it's Piero Fornasetti wallpaper by Cole and Son.
This whole apartment is yet a again a fine example of the talent and taste of Nate Berkus.
We all can read and admire his excellent work seen throughout his new book out Oct 16th.
We are all so excited to examine and learn from this new book.
The title is The Things That Matter by Nate Berkus.