Living Spaces has partnered with interior designers Nate Berkus (you might remember his from his appearances on the “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” for his Target collection and numerous magazine features) and Jeremiah Brent (who has made a name for himself via partnerships, television series and branded collaborations) to showcase the brand’s existing furniture collections in a new way. The series of curated in-store and online vignettes hand-picked by Berkus and Brent from the store’s existing lines, will be followed by a capsule upholstery collection designed by the duo, to debut in early Fall 2018. Then, in Spring 2019, the West Coast-based furnishings retails will unveil a full Nate + Jeremiah for Living Spaces furniture collection.
“Living Spaces is thrilled to collaborate with Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent on this exclusive partnership. They are exceptionally talented and it’s powerful to watch their vision for an inspired home unfold; the duo’s approachable personalities and design aesthetic align perfectly with what we wish to offer our own guests. For Berkus and Brent, the design process seems to flow so easily, but in creating these vignettes, guests are encouraged to try their own hand at curation,” says Living Spaces CEO, Grover Geiselman, in a press release.
The curated vignettes will launch this month and pieces from the rooms will be available for immediate delivery in select markets across the United States, including the Greater Phoenix area. The new in-store curations styled by Berkus and Brent will marry great design and value and exemplify the designers’ shared belief that high design should be available at affordable price points.
“People can get very overwhelmed when they have a lot of choices…our job as designers is to show people how they can live better through the choices they make in their homes,” says Berkus, also in the release. “By partnering with Living Spaces, a company that cares about design and quality as much as we do, we are excited to help their customer make the right design choices by showing what is possible,” says Brent.