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Nate Berkus Delivers His Signature Style with the Launch of “Nate Home” in Partnership with mDesign

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Celebrity interior designer, best-selling author and host of HGTV’s “The Nate & Jeremiah Project,” Berkus, is once again elevating the way we live with the arrival of “Nate Home,” a collection of bedding, bath and home organization items, created in partnership with mDesign. Berkus’ new brand will leverage his decades of experience in the interior design and home décor space, allowing consumers to once again shop his accessible style.

With over 25 years of design experience, Berkus is known for bringing an elegant and thoughtful aesthetic to interiors worldwide. Berkus’ appreciation for an organized space and commitment to providing timeless style at an accessible price point has once again led him back to the bath and bedding categories, this time in partnership with mDesign.

“The “Nate Home” collection is luxurious and down to earth, rooted in my philosophy that true luxury is found in simplicity, comfort, and enduring style,” said Nate Berkus. “We were incredibly thoughtful when designing this collection to choose materials and details that not only uphold the integrity of my brand and that of mDesign, but what we know people want and should expect. I really believe in getting the basics right, and for me, this collection is an opportunity to offer things that are a direct extension of the way I like to live.”

“Nate’s eye for design – one that balances everyday functionality with an elevated, timeless style – is truly unmatched and one that consumers seek,” said Susan Lizan-Immerman, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder at mDesign. “Working alongside Nate to design this collection, which is the perfect combination of his style and mDesign’s goal of making everyday life easier, has been an honor. We’re thrilled to be able to leverage our manufacturer and retailer relationships to bring “Nate Home” nationwide and we cannot wait to see how customers style these products within their homes.”