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Nate Berkus’ Daughter Has a Nursery Nicer Than Your Entire House

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Nate Berkus, Jewish interior designer and star of NBC’s “The Nate Burkus Show,” and his husband Jeremiah Brent just unleashed their proudest accomplishment yet: the couple designed a nursery for their 5-month-old daughter, Poppy, in their Greenwich Village apartment, which was featured in the October issue of Architectural Digest

While her nursery is just the cutest thing ever–I mean, she has a fuzzy teepee and chic black-and-white photographs embellishing her surrounding–we can’t help but feel jealous. We want our houses to look like this.

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READ: The Kid-Dish: Nate Berkus Engaged, Celeb Moms Weigh in on “Having it All”

Their love of design and family is evident, as they seamlessly wove both together–Berkus, who was a regular featured guest on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” explained how creating a home gives a family impetus to create beautiful memories:

“Everyone should be able to sit in a room with pieces that spark memories. If you create the feeling that a home is a vessel for stories and memories, you have succeeded…Great design is like great love: You trust your gut.”

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You can actually peek into the couple’s home yourself by watching this short video–and become even more jealous of their huge walk-in closet. Nate Berkus, will you redecorate for us and make our homes into luxurious memory makers? If not, we’ll just daydream and pretend this is where we live:

Joanna Valente

Joanna Valente (Editorial Assistant) is the author of Sirs & Madams and The Gods Are Dead and received her MFA at Sarah Lawrence College. Her full-length collection Marys of the Sea is forthcoming from ELJ Publications in 2016. In her free time, she is also the editor of Yes Poetry & Luna Luna Magazine. You can follow her @joannasaid and reach her at joanna@kveller.com.

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