Without a shadow of doubt, Nate Berkus holds a certain level of genius when it comes to his chosen métier: Interior Design. His level of aesthetic genius has been accentuated by his stint on Oprah, and eventually his own show, The Nate Berkus Show, which lasted for two seasons. The multi-slashy (businessman/TV personality/interior designer/author/soon-to-be father) extraordinaire is known for his quick makeover - quick and stunning! His style of fusing dated decorating with contemporary is remarkable. See some of his work below:
His quest for perfectly divergent interiors – blending various colors from different spectrum and patterns that lock horns with each other – can be seen in many of his projects. Foregoing a specific theme and collating a wide variety of furniture design makes the space visually entrancing. His style for weaving different elements together is one of his many strong points as well; countering leather with metallics or soft with something bold. Refusing to convene to a single rule is a game he plays all too well.attractive home. Injecting a strong character in every home is what makes it beautiful and meaningful. The owner’s life has to be discernible from the small baubles to the totality of the interior design. The reading nook above is something that’s honed from the traditional with a little bit of elegant calibrations. A classic wood side table with weathered finish placed next to a contemporary chaise lounge chair unites to a dazzling effect.
Green, black, and gold is one of the major quadrumvirate of visual excellence in terms of hue. These colors dominate the dining room in Nate Berkus' Milan apartment inside a 1920s building. The wall is cloaked with the infamous Martinique wallpaper. The colors of the furniture are pulled from the wallpaper to avoid a big clash with the daring pattern. Though the colors of the furniture are kept solid, the texture was variegated.zebra skin rug laid out gorgeously on the floor. The prelacy of variation over something that’s strictly analogous gives the entire look a seductive intrigue.
A very masculine vibe emanates from this Florida kitchen with oversized caged pendants by Historical Materialism. Governed by weathered metal, the rough space is softened by generous patches of wood, and strewed with colorful blooms.