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Nate Berkus for Target: A First Look at His Exclusive Collection!

Target announced yesterday, via their twitter account @ABullseyeView, that they would be debuting a line of home goods this fall by designer Nate Berkus. In an interview, he described the pieces as “jewelry for the home” and says he is putting all of his favorite details and finishes into the collection, like snakeskin, worn oak, and metal studs.

The exclusive 150 piece collection will be available October 21, in stores and online at, with prices ranging from $5.99 to $149.99. Below is a first peek at what’s to come!

  • Toss Pillows, Studded Shams, and Duvet Set 1 of 5
    Toss Pillows, Studded Shams, and Duvet Set
    All in neutrals, but still exciting with their gorgeous patterns and textures.
    Available October 21 at Target stores and online at for $24.99-$89.99
  • Decorative Bowls 2 of 5
    Decorative Bowls
    These are stunning in their simplicity, and the hammered finish here is perfect.
    Available October 21 at Target stores and online at, $7.99-$14.99
  • Decorative Pillows 3 of 5
    Decorative Pillows
    A little pattern and a little sheen, for a little price tag. Yes!
    Available October 21 at Target stores and online at for $24.99 each
  • Washed Oak Box 4 of 5
    Washed Oak Box
    This is one of his favorite pieces in the upcoming collection, with its worn oak and snakeskin finishes.
    Available October 21 at Target stores and online at for $24.99
  • Nate Berkus 5 of 5
    Nate Berkus
    "I created this collection for Target with my philosophy that homes should evoke a feeling, not a theme," said Berkus. "There is something for everyone in this line, so I'm thrilled to offer Target guests' patterns, colors and objects that represent what I love most for the home."
    We can't wait.

• Nicole Balch is the founder of Making it Lovely, a design blog about living a stylish life and transforming the so-so. Catch up with all of Nicole’s posts here on Babble, and follow her on Twitter, Pinterest, or Facebook.

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