Finally, we have the pictures of Nate and Jeremiah New York Home. So today interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent have finally revealed the inside of their new NYC home. Fans on social media platforms expressed their love and desire to see their new home as soon as possible. Here is what Nate and Jeremiah had to say about their new NYC home.
Nate and Jeremiah New York Home
So first we are going to show you is our parlor.
We bought a townhouse that has sort of half of a parlor because there’s this huge glass railing behind and we didn’t know how to use this room. I mean we have this dream of it being our grown-up space but at the end of the day, the idea is to have a place where we can come up and have a cocktail, can hang out, or have a nice quiet moment.
But designing this space was a disaster. It was honestly like the worst experience of our design careers. It has three different entrances. The question was where to put the sofa? Where do you put the chair? We just landed on this like two seconds before everybody arrived to take pictures of the Nate and Jeremiah New York Home. Coming from LA, we really wanted to find a place that our children felt safe. A place that feels like a home and this house the second we walked in, even though it didn’t look anything like this, We knew that we could really make it our own and we could grow as a family here.
The Family Room
So this portion of our home is super cool. So this glass railing and this crazy glass bridge were here. One of the reasons we love this house is this is the family room down here. You get this incredible volume. I think the coolest thing we did this renovation was designed and build this bookshelf which is actually floating on the wall. But we connected it as well to a bookshelf downstairs and we centered the sofa there in the middle.
We downsized from our Nate and Jeremiah LA home. Basically this entire space would have fit into an eighth of our living room. But as our eyes travel around the room, they land on things that have come with us from home to home. It is combined with some new things like these sconces, next to this thing from Mexico City from Pedro Friedberg from 1,000 trips ago. It’s great I think to fill a home with things that tell the story of you and your family. That’s what we’ve tried to do here.
Heart of the Home
So it’s time to show you our favorite room in our Nate and Jeremiah New York home. It’s where the day starts, it’s often where the day ends. So we really wanted to treat this like the heart of the home. It’s a space where we can laugh and we’ve got friends and family over. The kids sit here every Saturday and Sunday and bake pancakes with me in the morning. We didn’t move any cabinetry, we didn’t move any appliances and by doing that we saved a lot of money. We were able to spend money on the finishes of things that mattered to us. Like this beautiful faucet. In a small space like this, it’s great to be able to see all the dishes.
One thing that we realized like most families that we basically live in the kitchen. It is such a luxury to be able to have a TV, a hangout room that’s open to the kitchen. This is where we’re at, constantly. The thing is that this was a major decision we moved with both kids. We knew what our lifestyle was going to be. You can see the volume in this space, so this space makes us feel like we’re actually using and interacting with the entire house even though we spend 95% of our time here.
All right so strangely the other day I looked over and our son had taken a black pen and he had drawn all over that suede ottoman. What was really interesting to me is that Oskar got every single section. It wasn’t like he just went in one section he just went around and around. He was very thorough and he did a great job. Thorough in everything he does.
Jeremiah and Gifts
I started buying Jeremiah lighting as gifts. This brown little lamp on the table was a birthday present for Jeremiah. It used to be in our living room in Los Angeles. It’s just it makes me so happy to look at it too. The bronze in the picture above is by our friend James Brown who lives and works in Mexico is one of my all-time favorite things in the home. James Brown gave me the best life advice ever. He said to make sure to ‘’stretch and save’’ Stretch and save is all it takes.
When we bought this house, there was no real master dressing room that was gonna work for the two of us. So this is entirely new. We built the entire space in our Nate and Jeremiah New York home. What’s cool about this is that this was part of the bedroom. This casing is all-new, and then there’s storage behind all of these doors with the fabric behind. That is really what we needed.
Our bedroom is very serene, super thick carpeting. We’ve got a monochromatic theme. This Matt Connors painting that we’ve moved from home to home. It’s so cozy. Everything has a purpose, everything has a function. It’s just a cozy room.
One thing that we love the sitting area. It’s sort of sculptural. This table used to sit in our kitchen in Los Angeles. This chair is part of our collection to living spaces. But when we purchased the house the fireplace this all didn’t exist before. It was just a marble mantel. So I worked with camp Studios to really craft this and this silhouette kind of inspired with the 1930s and it’s all hand fluted plaster. We’re really proud of the way it turned out.
This room makes me so happy. It’s like this bright happy cute land for our daughter Poppy Brent Berkus. One thing about this move that was really important unlike the room that she had previously is that we wanted her to have all of the design direction. She got to choose the wallpaper. She wanted a pink carpet, she wanted her bed to be pink, she wanted everything to be pink. So it is.
What’s special about this room is that it’s actually not that different in terms of the things that we had in her bedroom in California. All of these things are meaningful to our family and meaningful to Poppy. I think having children it’s really given us an opportunity to experiment with color in a way that neither one of us ever did before. I would never have gravitated towards this palette. One thing I should not miss to tell you I really love it we’re up here every night rolling around with the kids. We’re just really grateful for our Nate and Jeremiah New York home.
The Domain of Oskar Brent Berkus
This is the domain of little Mr. Oskar Brent Berkus. I love this bedroom. I think this is the cutest boy’s room on earth. The painting behind Oskar’s cribs has always on the edge of somewhere that was painted by our friend Michael Haney.
On the other side of the room, there is also one of two Fernando Bengoechea photographs. My former boyfriend who died in the tsunami. His name was Fernando Oskar Bengoechea and that’s why our son Oskar is named after him.
It’s really about again finding pieces that can transition with you. We’ve owned all of these things for years. This was Poppy’s crib, it stayed with us. This used to be our candy cabinet when we lived in Los Angeles. Everything in here has a form and a function. I think that’s really important when you’re creating any space in your house and I think with nurseries especially it’s nice to kind of bring things in and see how you can adapt them to the baby.
We are so happy to be back in New York City. Thank you for checking out this post and pictures of Nate and Jeremiah New York home. Leave your thoughts in the comments below.