Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Designed a Whimsical Bedroom For Their Daughter

published Nov 26, 2021
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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are a design duo that many people know and love—after all, Berkus is the most-searched-for interior designer in the United States. So when they give a glimpse into their own home on Instagram, it’s bound to stir up some excitement.

This time, it’s a snap of daughter, Poppy’s, bedroom that’s getting lots of love on the social media platform, and for good reason.

“Poppy’s fairytale bedroom, only approved by the boss lady once we had a chair dedicated to her stuffed animals. 📷 by @nicole_franzen” Berkus wrote in the caption of a photo shared with his 1.2 million followers earlier this week.

The newly designed bedroom is a whimsical wonderland that’s sure to make playtime and sleep time extra special. On the walls, there’s a nature-pattered wallpaper that’s perfect for the fairytale theme Berkus and Brent were going for. The gallery wall features various prints of birds, while the pastel pink curtains add a playful pop of color to the space. Sticking with various pink tones, there’s a rose gold carpet, coral pink bed, pink shabby chic nightstands, and perhaps the most important feature in the room, the pink polka-dot chair for Poppy’s stuffed animals.

While the bedroom was designed for a six-year-old, many of Berkus’ friends and fans adore the bedroom and have expressed how they’d like a similar design themselves (me included).

“I want the same please.” commented designer Linda Wright, while model Hanneli Mustaparta wrote: “Loving her room so much!”

Actress Octavia Spencer called the room “stunning”, and another commenter said: “I love the fact you both followed her own taste. It’s a beautiful, soulful bedroom”.

Luckily for those who are a fan of the dreamy room and want to incorporate some of the pieces into their own—or their kid’s—space, Berkus has tagged all the items in the post. The curtains are by The Shade Store, and the wall art is from House of Fine Art.

While most of the pieces seem to be custom-made or vintage, there are some similar products that are more widely available.

Wayfair carries some pretty similar blush pink curtains (and they’re currently on sale with 64% off!), while Walmart has an adorable vintage-inspired nature printed peel-and-stick wallpaper.