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For Jeremiah Brent, it turns out the sixth time collaborating on a furniture line for Living Spaces is the charm. “It’s my favorite collection,” admits Brent, who, as always, worked on the 43-piece assortment alongside his husband, Nate Berkus. “I think it’s the truest to my own personal aesthetic, just because everything is rooted in simplicity and texture.” The collection is inspired by all the coastal towns the designer couple has visited over the years, from Long Island to Portugal, but don’t call it beachy—there are no shell mirrors here. 

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“I believe that every space needs to have contrast (different design eras, different colors, different textures), especially if you want it to feel coastal,” says Brent. The Nate + Jeremiah for Living Spaces fall 2023 collection is now available at all 39 Living Spaces stores and online with free shipping.

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Psst: Berkus revealed to Domino that their cozy Otto accent chair is already flying off the shelves. Here are three other standouts in the mix that are sure to sell out.

The Coffee Table That’s Perfect for Layering

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Voyage Hexagonal Marble Coffee Table by Nate Berkus + Jeremiah Brent, Living Spaces ($750)

On Berkus’s radar right now: coffee tables that are made up of multiples. “I’m seeing people use a series of stone pedestals next to a round table, for instance,” he explains. While the Voyage hexagonal marble coffee table is a singular piece, the designer says it lends itself to layering and nesting (you can also create a honeycomb effect by putting three next to each other in a superlarge room). “I’m always inspired by Angelo Mangiarotti and Gae Aulenti—designers who played around with different coffee-table silhouettes,” adds Brent. 

The Bed With a Storage Surprise

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Porto Queen Upholstered Storage Bed by Nate Berkus + Jeremiah Brent, Living Spaces ($1,595)

Wrapped completely in linen with a 57-inch-tall headboard, the Porto bed is as cocooning as it gets. And luckily, you can feel good about investing in the $1,595 piece: “I think a fully upholstered bed is something that really is never going to go out of style,” shares Berkus. “You can drape a textile over the headboard (which we’ve done) or add vintage lamps—it completely changes the feeling of it.” Worried it won’t work in your small apartment? There is a large drawer that runs the width of the footboard that is perfect for storing out-of-season clothes. The designers were strategic about working storage into the base because they know not everyone has room to spare on the sides. “Usually you’ve got a little bit more room in the front,” notes Brent. 

The High-Tech Nightstands

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Voyage 1 Drawer Marble Nightstand by Nate Berkus + Jeremiah Brent, Living Spaces ($550)

Wake up to your phone fully juiced by keeping the Voyage nightstands at your side. The pieces have integrated USB ports so you can charge your devices while you catch some z’s.