Design power couple Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent just dropped their fall 2019 collaboration with California-based furniture company Living Spaces, and you're going to want all the things. From oversized sectionals to the chicest daybed we've ever seen, the duo wanted to make sure these pieces had what they called, "staying power."
"We’re kind of obsessed with this idea of creating these high-design pieces at really affordable prices," Brent tells MyDomaine. "That’s kind of where we think the future of design is going. People can actually feel empowered to make bold choices now and not break the bank."
The launch, available online now, was inspired by the pair's European travels to France, Italy, and England, and some of their favorite eras in design.
There are three collections to choose from: the Galerie (a lived-in, contemporary line), the Gramercy (inspired by 20th century French design) and the Pavilion (a 1970s take on French art deco).
"What we’re really inspired by right now is the French ‘50s," Brent says. "Lots of clean lines. It’s a really easy design style and design aesthetic to blend harmoniously with anything."
Keep scrolling to see our favorite picks from this new collection.
This elegant slipper chair is covered in soft blush velvet upholstery and would make the perfect accent piece in a bedroom or living room.
Feel free to pair pieces from this line with what you already own. "We’ve never really been dictatorial about it," Berkus tells MyDomaine. "We want someone to put this sectional with their old pine coffee table that they bought at some flea market. What’s been the most interesting has been watching people adopt and adapt the pieces to fit them with what they’re already living with."
We can imagine curling up on this daybed with a cup of tea and a great read or using it for extra seating at a cocktail party.
Expect to see a lot of soft edges and kid-proof materials in this collection. "The majority of the pieces, like these ottomans are pure performance fabrics," Brent says. "We’ve got two kids, we know how life has a tendency of happening, so we wanted people to feel like nothing’s precious."
This 1970s-inspired console table would work perfectly in an entryway as a place to drop keys or stow a few decorative baskets underneath. The table features a marble top and a Moroccan clay finish plus two drawers for easy storage.
If you're like me, you can never have too many pillows. This velvet, deep green version is super soft and pairs well with any neutral sofa.
Every piece is classic without being boring. "People have a lot of choices right now," Berkus says. "You can buy a sofa in 10,000 different places, and it’s all available on your phone, so we really wanted to come up with something that’s distinctive, that felt different, and that we would use."
The decidedly-French canopy bed is rooted in 1940s style. Natural materials and a woven paper cord paneled headboard makes this piece an instant, but unfussy, showstopper.
Fill this bookshelf with your favorite reads, objets d'art, and other knickknacks. Organize books by color, genre, or size for an eye-catching display.