Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s Latest Living Spaces CollectionAuthor:Abigail Stone
While most of us dread April 15th, this year it has an upside. It’s the day that Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent launch their latest collection for Living Spaces. Image above by Karyn Millet
While their capsule collection for the brand, which debuted late last year, focused on upholstered pieces this new grouping pivots to case goods. Desks, armoires, dining and coffee tables and occasional pieces invite the duo’s collected, calm and classic aesthetic into every inch of your space.
The pieces, crafted to strike the ideal balance between form and function, beauty and practicality, boast solid construction and thoughtful details – from French antique-inspired carved feet to geometric marble accents and lined drawers.
Some of our favorite pieces include: The Gramercy dining table (main photo), a riff on a 1940s French design, which sports drawers for storing napkins and cutlery; the curvy Pavilion writing desk, with its 70s lines and USB port; the slender Galerie secretary desk which, with its mirrored interior, LED light and USB port, is the ideal set-up for those who work at home but don’t have the space for a whole room home office (it even has an old fashioned skeleton key!); and, the oversized Gramercy Lift-top Storage coffee table which embodies the realities of modern life: in addition to hidden storage and a bottom shelf, the top lifts up, turning a living room or media room’s coffee table into an impromptu dining table that’s turns eating in front of the tv into something a touch more elegant.
See the full line here.
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