We can’t all afford to have our homes designed by the illustrious interior designer and author Nate Berkus, but now we can live the charmed life—for a weekend at least. Chicago- and New York-based Nate Berkus Associates was recently tapped by Loews Hotels chairman Jon Tisch to design a signature suite for the Loews Regency Hotel in Midtown Manhattan, which just reopened after a year-long, $100 million renovation. Berkus’ suite, along with others designed by Meyer Davis, Haynes Roberts, and Rottet Studio, has a distinct design aesthetic and sense of character, overcoming the sense of sameness you often find at hotels.
Today Berkus is giving us an exclusive look into his spacious 1,000-square-foot suite, which includes a formal living room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom, and balcony—and an optional connecting bedroom for families and guests. We sat down with the designer and design director Sasha Adler to hear all about how the pretty space came together. Read on and don’t miss a detail!