3-For-1 Advice: How Do You Translate Fashion Style To Interiors?

Now we all know that Nate Berkus Associates is an interior design firm and not a fashion house. So why does the team dress like they’re top contenders for American’s Next Top Stylist? Easy. It’s all related. Dressing yourself, like dressing your home, is an expression of your personal style.

 

We asked three of NBA’s fashion plates to share their wisdom on how to connect the dots between what’s in your closet and the rest of your home.

 

NATE SAYS: Be yourself, and accessorize boldly

I’d describe my style as classic with a twist. Jeremiah would describe it as ‘you need new clothes.’ I keep an eye on trends, but always stay true to what I know works for me. I’m also a big fan of an accessory that changes the look of basics. I’ve been wearing these shoes made of Kilim rugs everywhere lately – they make khakis or jeans look completely different. And you could do the same thing by replacing a piece of art in your home with something like an ornate gilded mirror. It’s one small change, but everything looks updated.

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