On it, we watch as the gay couple help other families achieve stunning home renovations while balancing their marriage and raising their own kids, Oskar and Poppy. But many fans of the show who've been tuning in since it first began airing in are wondering how they can get in on the fun. So, how can you get on Nate and Jeremiah by Design? And who pays for all the costly renovations? Back in January, when the couple were looking for homeowners for this season of their show, they posted notices to Auditions Free and Backstage. In order to be considered, however, you have to be in the Greater Los Angeles area.
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See below for the appropriate emails so we can address whatever inquiries you might have. Nate Berkus Entertainment is looking for a Projects Administrator to provide direct administrative support to the Principal and the Directors of Operations and Communications. We are looking for someone who is enthusiastic, positive, dedicated, and resourceful. Use your passion for organization and attention to detail to help the Nate Berkus team bring projects to life. This position is based in New York City. What You Will Do — Support day-to-day operations in the New York office by performing tasks related to organization and communications — Assist with administrative and logistical aspects of special projects, media appearances, photo shoots, digital platforms and online storefronts — Filing, expense reports, research on behalf of Senior Staff — Event planning and travel arrangements under supervision of Director of Operations — Provide necessary materials and take notes during meetings — Assist Principal with personal tasks on an as-needed basis. We pay a base salary to be determined.
Learn how to take your home from blah to bananas. We're dishing on all the ways to bring chic and unique style to your space. Warning: Decorating with Chairish can be addictive. Nate Berkus is a designer whose reputation precedes him.
Interior designer Nate Berkus knows how to make a backyard bash as memorable for grown-ups as it is for the kids. Real Simple tagged along on an outdoor party he helped his longtime assistant, Kelly Engstrom, host. Try his high-style, low-effort ideas to elevate your own summer parties. Nate likes to load a bar cart with boxed water and pitchers of cocktails. Set out pretty bins or baskets to corral used pool towels and a stash of extra sun hats and flip-flops.