They were on a shopping trip for One Kings Lane for a designer sale project Berkus is working on for the site.
Berkus had his own TV program, "The Nate Berkus Show," that aired from 2010 to 2012, and has suffered his share of loss; his longtime partner, Fernando Bengoechea, was killed when the couple were vacationing during the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
It took me forever to find someone to frame them as I envisioned, floating within thin brass frames hanging from a small jewelry chain.” she says.
“Now, they hang next to each side of our bed and are my favorite pieces of art in our home.” The firm’s Creative Director Lauren Allan is passionate about choosing the right piece for the right spot, and her prime placement of artwork styled alongside themed toward accent pieces makes a big splash (see here, a Donald Robertson lip print alongside a Kelly Wearstler kiss sculpture.
And planning a wedding will add to Berkus' already full schedule, which includes running a successful line of home goods at Target, designing, and adding the title of author to his list of accomplishments -- he released the book, "The Things That Matter," last October.
Though planning his nuptials will likely be his top priority -- and his engagement certainly set the bar (literally) high.
Brent was excited and shocked, since the couple was traveling for work, a shopping trip for One Kings Lane for a designer sale project Berkus is working on for the site.
Years later, I found them in a drawer and decided to have them framed for our anniversary.“When my boyfriend Mitch and I moved in together, we wanted to create a wall that incorporated both my art finds, and paintings from his childhood home,” she explains.“His paintings were especially meaningful because his mom had recently passed away.PICTURES: Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent The photos show the men holding hands and at one point Jeremiah, who is an emerging decorator, gives Nate a gentle kiss on the neck.According to Curbed, this weekend the two guys were caught "canoodling" in the elevator of Barneys in NYC, where they exited on the men's floor.