“Nate is celebrated for helping people create beautiful spaces that express their individuality,” said Stacia Andersen, senior vice president, merchandising, Target. “Target guests will be inspired by the Nate Berkus Collection, which captures his sophisticated design aesthetic in a stylish and affordable line.”
The Nate Berkus Collection at Target includes more than 150 home products with prices ranging from $5.99 to $149.99. The assortment includes stylish and relatable pieces that feel like they were collected over time and can be easily layered into existing décor.
“I created this collection for Target with my philosophy that homes should evoke a feeling, not a theme,” said Berkus. “There is something for everyone in this line, so I’m thrilled to offer Target guests’ patterns, colors and objects that represent what I love most for the home.”
The collection includes pieces such as a chevron patterned duvet, ikat-link towels, herringbone window panels, braided jute rugs and a metal lamp. The decorative accessories include lacquered tortoise shells, ceramic urns, hammered metal bowls in gold, a fabric covered tray, toss pillows with stud accents and decorative objects with snakeskin finishes.
Nate Berkus is an award-winning designer, author, television host and producer. He is best known for creating interiors that are layered and capture the personality of the people who live there. He began his career with the founding of his design firm Nate Berkus Associates in 1995. In 2002, Nate became a feature design expert for “The Oprah Winfrey Show” and has continued to garner national press for his accessible and inspirational designs. This fall, Nate will publish his second book, “The Things That Matter,” under the Spiegel & Grau imprint at Random House.
Minneapolis-based Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT) serves guests at 1,764 stores across the United States and at Target.com. The company plans to open its first stores in Canada in 2013. In addition, the company operates a credit card segment that offers branded proprietary credit card products. Since 1946, Target has given 5 percent of its income through community grants and programs; today, that giving equals more than $3 million a week. For more information about Target’s commitment to corporate responsibility, visit Target.com/hereforgood