Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent Fuse Timeless Memories with Modern Upgrades in HGTV Show

Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s HGTV show, “The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project,” explores the true meaning of family

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If you’re looking for a new show to obsess over, look no further than Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s newest HGTV renovation series, “The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project.” The show stars Minnesota-native Berkus and his husband, Brent—highlighting their mission to help families remodel their homes while retaining memories that are often near and dear to their hearts. The emotion and vision of Brent, alongside the research and technique of Berkus, create an excellent dichotomy within the show.

The six-part docuseries centers on properties in the New York City area, where the duo advises families on the decision to keep, restore, or donate sentimental pieces from their homes. After selecting the pieces that are to stay, the two designers remodel the property—intentionally incorporating those remaining pieces the owners have kept. The pair wants to honor what each family holds close to them while also revamping the property as a whole to fit the needs of each family.

By getting to know each client and their family on a personal level, the two designers hoped to transform each property in a way that the family understands personally. Berkus and Brent wanted to envision each property differently than the previous, creating spaces that are truly unique to each client.

And speaking of family, aside from the remodeling and designing, viewers are also able to catch a glimpse of the designers’ personal life in the West Village. The couple wanted the show to explore the uniqueness of their own families and deep personal lives.

To watch and see for yourself, stream the show anytime with your discovery+ account.

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