At Home with Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent

A few months ago, Architectural Digest published a story on Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s newest home in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Over the years, many of Nate’s homes and later on, the homes he has shared with his husband, Jeremiah have all been published. Lucky for us, they seem to move fairly often! Over the weekend, I stumbled upon a video tour of their new house which shows the way their home has continued to evolve since appearing in the pages of AD just a couple of issues ago. As you know, magazine stories are often photographed many months in advance. In the video, the duo explain that they expected to live in their home one way, but over time, they came to realize that they used the spaces differently than they had imagined they would and so the house has evolved. 

This house has all of the hallmarks of Nate and Jeremiah’s signature style. The palette is neutral with a good deal of contrast and there are many interesting textures and details throughout. This particular house, a mediterranean-style villa, was originally built in the 1920s and the couple sought to maintain many of the original architectural details that make the home so special. Be sure to watch the video at the end of this post to see more of this beautiful home as well as Nate and Jeremiah’s charming and endearing personalities. 

{Photography by Douglas Friedman for Architectural Digest}

7 thoughts on “At Home with Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent

  1. These two have such great style. I love how Nate’s work has evolved over the years and I’m so glad they have Poppy, such a sweet little girl!

  2. I just love homes with a Mediterranean flair to them, so this was heavenly. I fell in love with their kitchen, and the outdoor view from their living room. I would love to lay for hours on that daybed by those windows…I really loved this tour. Thank you!

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