I am so excited for the Nate Berkus Collection that lands in Target stores and online on Oct. 21. I’ve only seen a few pieces, but I’m eager to check out everything.
The new home collection will include bedding, bath, accessories, lighting, rugs and window treatments. We’re talking 150 home products with prices ranging from $5.99 to $149.99. Berkus always talks about decorating with pieces that look they were collected over time, so he has come up with items that can be easily layered into existing décor.
“I created this collection for Target with my philosophy that homes should evoke a feeling, not a theme,” Berkus said. “There is something for everyone in this line, so I’m thrilled to offer Target guests’ patterns, colors and objects that represent what I love most for the home.”
Look for a chevron patterned duvet, ikat-link towels, herringbone window panels, braided jute rugs and a metal lamp. The decorative accessories include lacquered tortoise shells, ceramic urns, hammered metal bowls in gold, a fabric covered tray, toss pillows with stud accents and decorative objects with snakeskin finishes.
Berkus was a darling of ”The Oprah Winfrey Show” until he got his own gig on CBS. Sadly, “The Nate Berkus Show” was cancelled and now reruns can be seen on the OWN network. He’s also written a second book, “The Things That Matter,” that will be in stores Oct. 16.
Looks like October will be a good month for the designer. And for us.
The New York Times caught up with Berkus who talked about his new book and new Target collection. Read the story here.