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2 Color Trends You’ll Love from Nate + Jeremiah’s Collection

Celebrated design duo, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent recently launched an exclusive upholstery collection for Living Spaces. Featuring timeless pieces inspired by their travels, as well as items they live with at home, this line of luxurious yet affordable designs introduces 2 chic color trends we think you’ll love for this season and beyond. From irresistible jewel tones to classic neutrals, these palettes look just as stylish on their own as they do paired together, and they’ll shine in your space.

Jewel Tone | Gold

Vibrant yet sophisticated, jewel tones have the unique ability to add color and sophistication to a room. Whereas yellow would look bright, peppy and youthful, gold has more gravitas. It’s a bold choice, but it feels grand and glamorous. Nate and Jeremiah use it on their Kelly daybed, which marries mid-century style with traditional English details. It’s the perfect addition to your bedroom or under a window in your living room.

Jewel Tone | Emerald

Green is one of this year’s hottest colors, and Emerald is a fancy, five-star version of the popular hue. Just like the precious gemstone its named for, this shade is rich, dramatic and elegant. Pairing it with black and white or metallics will yield extraordinarily luxe results. Nate and Jeremiah’s Emile lounge chair bears this dazzling color, and represents their interpretation of Art Deco style and the Normandie.

Neutrals | Beige 

Fans of Nate and Jeremiah know that these design darlings have a thing for neutral colors. And who can blame them? Neutrals are a key ingredient in effortlessly chic spaces, and you can truly never go wrong with this palette - especially if you’re someone who shys away from color. Nate and Jeremiah’s Matteo sofa and chair are just right in tame beige, which allows other details to take center stage, from button tufting to sleek metal legs. 

Neutrals | Grey

Grey is the perhaps the most usable neutral. Not too dark, not too light, it is perfectly balanced and manages to somehow look fresh and timeless in any setting. Nate and Jeremiah’s Whitley sectional is inspired by a vintage piece they found on their travels and live with in their own home. The tailored grey upholstery highlights its strong rectangular lines and deep, low-profile seating.

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