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Designer and TV host Berkus was an Oprah Winfrey find. Here in his new decorating book, he infuses his life story on every page. The tragedy he experienced during the Sri Lanka tsunami (the loss of his partner, Fernando) became the foundation for the things that matter to him: It’s about how the prints on our wall and the rough-hewn rocks we swiped from the Marfa, Texas, farmer’s market gave our everyday lives shape, texture, and a sense of who we are, who we’ve been, and where we may be heading. This is truly an awe-filled, happy book, on the surface about decorating, but, on a deeper level, how the things we love unfold our soul. We meet artists and media executives (no, not Oprah), celebrities and the nearly so, all secure in their selves—and their relationships. Gaze at the pictures, read the words, and then think as you look into your own homes how much of who you are and where you’re going shows. As Berkus has it, The correct order for achieving joy is people, then animals, then things. --Barbara JacobsSee all Editorial Reviews
Highly overrated. If you want your house to look like its from the 1970's using flea market and garage sale second and third rate furniture and accessories then he's your guy.Published 22 days ago by John Witherspoon
Loved the book and have been a fan of Nate's design taste for years. Beautiful table book..Published 1 month ago by N Bano
A gift from my husband for my birthday. Very well illustrated and interesting reading.Published 1 month ago by Jlyn
I very much enjoyed reading this book as much as I enjoyed drooling over every photo. Well worth the price. Nate is SO TALENTED!Published 2 months ago by Annette Clark