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Nate Berkus on Writing the Story of a Home

from The New York Times

The interior designer Nate Berkus first appeared on the national scene in 2002 as a guest on "Oprah." He was such a hit with the audience and the star that he became the show’s featured design expert. Since then, his career has boomed. He has written a book, "Home Rules: Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You'll Love," and starred in his own television program, "The Nate Berkus Show," which ended this spring. In October, Berkus, 40, will have two major introductions: a 150-piece collection of furnishings for Target, and a new book, "The Things That Matter". Speaking from his office in Chicago (he has another in New York), he spilled details about both projects. more

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