The TV Star and top interior design, Nate Berkus is the responsible for the transformation and modernization of this traditional 1960s-era home it took more than two years to complete the entire interior design project. “I’ve always believed the most successful rooms are the ones that are assembled and layered over time. This project took over 2.5 years to create, it may be the first time I’ve been actively jealous of my clients.”
The Shannon, the woman of the house, was design obsessed and was afraid that in the end, this place they hoped to call home didn’t speak at all to her style or the way the family lived.
Modern interiors that she was collecting from Pinterest and magazines always lead her to Nate Berkus. “We don’t care that you’re on TV, we just really like your work,”. And after the first few meetings, they found the harmony and balance between both.
And as the children’s rooms were designed to grow up along with them, in fact, the entire home while theoretically “done” but it continues to be a work in progress.
“With every dinner prepared on the custom kitchen island, every family night spent lounging on tufted sofas, every rejuvenating steam within the Statuary marble shower, these interiors, built to reflect family life, become more and more a part of it.”
Shannon was really involved in every design detail, so it’s evident than in Shannon’s dressing room was a focal room for all project. The result, of course, is a dressing room akin to a work of art, which is fitting considering the scope of great art that lives within the walls of this home.