This quintessential West Village brownstone felt like home from the minute Nate & Jeremiah saw it. Built in 1899, the house stands at only 18 feet wide—a 180-degree challenge and sharp contrast to the spacious home they left in Los Angeles. Nate and Jeremiah brought in a lot of texture and detail to bring the home
Step inside Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's incredible New York City apartment. 'The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project' hosts show HGTV their holiday decorations and open up about all their Christmas traditions.
Designer Nate Berkus has put together many beautiful bedrooms over his career, both for his clients and his own family. For that reason, he knows firsthand that the key to a serene sleep space isn’t just about appearances; you have to build function and utility into any area where you’re hoping to peacefully snooze.