"The versatility of fabric is what makes it amazing. When you find a pattern or finish you love, it's up to you to determine how that gets used in your space. Whether it becomes a pillow, sofa or chair, you're the one who gets to choose the impact it has in your room." - Nate Berkus
Nate's inaugural fabric collection is a true reflection of his design aesthetic and philosophies. The patterns, textures and colors were all designed to layer and work together. For Nate, fabric adds depth and interest in a way that no other medium can in a room, inspiring so much about the space surrounding it. "Fabric is so liberating because you get to decide what you want the bolt of fabric you reached for in the showroom to become. It's complete freedom. I love that about it," explains Nate.
Building on the success of his first collection, Nate and his team have created a second collection of unique and exciting fabrics, all within the prism of Nate's signature look. Sophisticated with modern lines and ethnic accents, Nate Berkus Color – Volume II is divided into three distinct color palettes that continue to layer with his first collection.
Like all the projects he takes on and the products he designs, Nate turned to travel, fashion, film and antiquities to inspire the line. The end result is a collection that feels layered, textured and decidedly well-traveled. And, like the interiors he designs, the collection feels assembled over time with a sense of timelessness that will carry into any interior.
Nate founded his interior design firm, Nate Berkus Associates, in 1995 at the age of 24. An author and product designer, his work has been featured in publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Vanity Fair, People Magazine and InStyle, among others. He became a New York Times Best Selling author for the second time with his book "The Things That Matter." His line of home goods and accessories are available exclusively at Target and the Nate Berkus fabric collection launched in 2013. Nate also returned to television in 2014 as host, judge and executive producer of a primetime design competition show titled "American Dream Builders" on NBC.