Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent’s New Furniture Line Is a Minimalist’s Dream

published Sep 20, 2023
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If you’ve ever lusted over Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s neutral, sophisticated style (which, who hasn’t?), you’re in luck: the design duo just launched their sixth collection with furniture brand Living Spaces, so you can officially tap into their signature aesthetic for your own space. 

Brent and Berkus’ latest 43-piece line for fall 2023 features an assortment of timeless living room, bedroom, home office, and dining room pieces, from sleek side tables to a dramatic upholstered canopy bed. Proof that there’s an accent for every room, you’ll also find smaller decor like lighting, rugs, and throw pillows, all starting at $59. 

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Speaking to Apartment Therapy exclusively, Berkus deems this an “intensely personal collection,” inspired by coastal living and the couple’s own homes in New York, California, and Portugal. It’s also their most minimal series to date, encouraging a less-is-more decorating approach with products designed to integrate into your existing setup.

“We really believe that when you buy a piece of furniture, we don’t want you to feel like you have to change your entire home,” Brent adds. “It was one of the most important initiatives around this collection — creating pieces we felt could really transition with people.”

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Warm, neutral tones largely define the newest Living Spaces launch, but it’s not intended to be overly matchy-matchy. In fact, Brent and Berkus agree on one key styling tip: using conflicting materials, styles, and colors in any given room. “I think it’s really important for there to be conflict and contrast with the pieces in your home,” Brent explains. “Not only does it help illustrate what you like and where you’ve been and where you want to go, but I think it also just adds to the layer and complexity of the space.” 

Their collection helps accomplish just that with a mix of natural, mingle-worthy materials and simple silhouettes. The wood Voyage portion, for example, features a light oak coffee table, end table, TV stand, dining table, or nightstand (plus way more), which can seamlessly balance out opposing accents like metal, stone, or brass. Because, per Berkus, every room should have at least three or more different textures or finishes for visual interest.

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The full Nate + Jeremiah for Living Spaces Fall 2023 line is now available online (with free shipping!) and in stores. If you’re not sure where to start shopping, consider the designers’ own personal favorites: the (now almost sold-out) Otto chair for Brent, and the deep Shore sectional or Porto bed with built-in storage for Berkus.