Forget the presidential debate, today's big headline generator belongs to Target. Hot on the heels of the keeps-getting-chicer department store's collab with Neiman Marcus, we're bringing you news that might, quite possibly, might make your heart race even more. It's the Target team-up moment we've been counting down the days for (literally, it's in our calendar), and this time it's not clothing-related. Nope — wait for it — the retailer's rolling out a decor line with none other than home guru/Oprah's BFF/impossibly cute Nate Berkus. You can breathe now.
The Nate Berkus Collection, launching October 21, includes more than 150 interior products, priced from $5.99 to $149.99. Basically, an instant apartment makeover has never been more affordable. Seriously, the range includes everything from angular gold vases to ikat accent pillows to jute rugs...even herringbone window treatments.
“I created this collection for Target with my philosophy that homes should evoke a feeling, not a theme,” said Berkus, and thankfully, he didn't sacrifice his aesthetic when it came to designing on a budget. Also launching this fall is his new book, "The Things That Matter," meaning you can get a double dose of Natey all fall long. We're thinking of cozying up under the chevron duvet while reading his casa bible — the more Berkus, the better. Come visit us in November — we guarantee you won't recognize our pad.