'The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project': Release date, spoilers and all about HGTV show
The design duos help families who are moving and transitioning into a new house plan strategically to create their ideal dream home
One of the biggest challenges while moving homes is making the big decision of which items to take to the new house and which to leave behind. Many of us end up amassing a huge pile of possessions that we find difficult to part with despite never using it, owing to the sentimental value attached to the item. While some objects genuinely deserve a place in your life and home, many others can either be discarded, donated or even repurposed into something new.
If you need ideas or help with how to sort things out while moving homes or even looking for ideas to spruce up some vintage knick-knacks you may have around the home then HGTV's new show 'The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project' might just be what you're looking for. Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, designers and married dads of two, will give family homes meaningful, personalized renovations in their new HGTV series 'The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project'. If you are curious to know more about the new HGTV show, then read on.
A dream trip with those I love, celebrating 50 years around the sun. pic.twitter.com/EvaN1IKdac— Nate Berkus (@NateBerkus) September 23, 2021
Release date and how to watch
The six-episode docu-series is all set to premiere on Tuesday, October 5, at 9/8c on HGTV and will also be available to stream on Discovery+ the same day. Apart from these options, the new show will also be available to stream on the HGTV Go app. Viewers can also access the episodes using other streaming services including Philo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, AT&T TV, and fuboTV.
The new HGTV show follows designers Nate and Jeremiah's meetings with their clients where they hear family stories and help decide which sentimental possessions to keep, repurpose or donate. Once rooms and items are sorted, Nate and Jeremiah will renovate the house into an expressly personal and beautiful home for everyone. “We believe in telling people’s stories through their homes,” said Nate. “We help figure out what matters most to them because filling a home with things that have meaning is the most important element of design.” “In the end, we deliver homes that feel exactly like the people who live in them,” said Jeremiah. The design duos help families who are moving and transitioning into a new house plan strategically to create their ideal dream home.
In the premiere episode, Nate and Jeremiah will venture to Queens, New York, to help two sisters keep the charm and fond memories from their childhood home alive while also giving the mid-century property an open floor plan, a fresh color palette, and contemporary design. During the renovation, treasured family keepsakes, such as their mother’s 1945 Steinway grand piano and antique Italian family heirlooms, will get a prominent display.
Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are the stars of the HGTV show. The designer duo shares two children together- daughter Poppy, 6, and son Oskar, 3. The couple got married in October 2014. They recently sold their West Village townhouse last month for a cool $13.5 million! Nate was also a regularly featured guest on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show', where he offered design advice to fans and did surprise make-overs of homes.
“We all have stuff in our homes that bog us down,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. “Nate and Jeremiah are the friends who come in with their charming personalities and gorgeous design ideas that inspire us to make the changes we need to create a fresh start in a beautifully styled place.” The show is produced by Scott Brothers Entertainment.
You can watch the trailer of 'The Nate and Jeremiah Home Project' here.
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