One of Nate’s go to’s – whether designing a room for a client, or dreaming up his next décor collection at Target – are wovens. And anyone who’s long admired Nate’s interiors can tell you these organic-feeling, travel-inspired pieces will transform any room.
So in honor of these room game-changers, we’re taking all the mystery out of decorating with woven pieces – explaining how to incorporate them in ways that feel fun and fresh. As Nate puts it: “Wovens are essential to every room.” And we promise: you’re about to feel the same way…
WARM UP A PLAIN SPACE
Bathrooms and kitchens are notoriously difficult to bring warmth to. But add some welcome texture to your bath by bringing in woven pieces, like a tote basket for extra towels and a small bowl on the counter to corral your prettiest grooming products. In the kitchen, a woven tray is a great way to store wine glasses in a pretty and party-ready way. These touches make the space feel all at once less sterile and more like a considered, welcoming part of your home.
MAKE THE MOST OUT OF PLANTS
It’s well-known that plants and flowers add tremendous life and character to a space. So if you’re going to bring them in, why not plant your beauties in a woven piece? From moss and succulent-packed small bowls, to small trees emerging from larger wovens, it’s the perfect way to double the oomph from this moment. Who doesn’t want that?
TRANSFORM YOUR BEDROOM INTO A SANCTUARY
Nate’s gloriously low-key woven table lends a relaxed vibe anywhere you put it. Which is why we’re huge fans of the idea of buying two to serve as bedside tables. It will bookend your bed in chic, understated serenity. And the open base makes it a clever place to place an unexpected stack of books or magazines you. Add to the look by topping the bed with a woven throw – it’s a winner, no matter your color palette. Sweet dreams!
And just because we can’t resist – a reminder that getting creative with woven pieces can never go wrong. Look how perfect the tote basket looks as a little rest spot for the adorable @OliveCasino, and then hanging on the arm of the stylish @kellygolightly.
We’re dying, of course, to see how you style it – show us by sharing how you’ve made wovens your own on Instagram using #MyNateBerkus!
Lifestyle photos (and @kellygolightly’s as well!) by Tessa Neustadt.