Your kids are about to have better interior design style than you: Jeremiah Brent, who along with Nate Berkus, is one half of America's most beloved interior design couple, just released his first nursery collection with Pottery Barn Kids.
"I've always been fascinated by the world seen through my children's eyes," Brent said in an Instagram post breaking the big news last month. A pair of images shared from the photo shoot revealed a very special guest spinning playfully with Brent in a swivel chair: his daughter Poppy.
The gender-neutral collection, which officially launched today (Mar. 12) draws on Brent's California modern style; a mood board spotted in a publicity portrait of the designer juxtaposes playful animal prints and textured pieces, for instance. And in what comes as no surprise, the nursery line also draws upon Jeremiah's experience as a dad. He and Berkus are the proud parents of two beautiful children, Poppy and little brother Oskar.
In a press release announcing today's launch, Pottery Barn Kids noted that the collection includes "icons deeply significant to Brent and his family." This includes a quilt which "features several significant pieces representative of his family including the Joshua Tree, a nod to his husband’s late partner and son’s namesake, Oskar."
"It was important to Jeremiah that we incorporate his own experiences of fatherhood into the collection, while helping parents create a sophisticated space where they can craft their own family’s story," Pottery Barn Kids' Sr. Vice President of Product Development, Allison Spampanato, said in the release.
Jeremiah opened up to House Beautiful about the experience of becoming a father back in 2018. "You look at the world through a different lens," he said. "Life became playful, and spontaneous, and frustrating at times."
"I marvel at how Jeremiah is so consistent," Berkus said of his husband.
Itching to get your hands on Brent's new line? Head to Pottery Barn Kids to shop, or browse some top picks below.
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