Nate Berkus Associates, more specifically Lauren Buxbaum Gordon, the creative director and the first and only partner of this design studio designed a family home.
Lauren Gordon, Nate Berkus’s Associate
Lauren Gordon spent 17 years and she became the first and only partner of Nate Berkus Associates, the Chicago-based AD100 firm. Both Lauren and Nate share the love and continuous determination, in order to create homes that are as unique and keen as possible.
The Elegant Place
This family house has wide halls, cuddle-ready seating spaces, and smart divisions. But, most of all it has everything that begins with crafts and music to sports. The interior designer’s main objective was to create an invigorating environment to raise children. At the same time, she wanted to improve the landscape and the nature of the building itself.
Similar to the owners of this extravagant property in Minnesota, both Nate and Lauren have a young family with children. Therefore, Lauren used her instinct when it came to pulling off the right vibe for raising children. To demonstrate, the interior designer made a breakfast nook with a little table to bring the family closer.
For this particular project, the interior designer of Nate Berkus Design Studio, chose natural and economical materials. For example, the flooring is rift-sawed normal white. Then the white countertops are made of low-maintenance quartz. This way, the inside plan venture is eco-friendly and kids-friendly as well.
Overall, the interior design of this home could just be a juxtaposition of modern details with valuable and hard-to-find furniture, besides decorative pieces.
This Minnesota Home ia a 12,000-square-foot property, with sustainable materials and valuable vintage discovers. Such as, the Italian Crystal Chandelier from 1860 hanging in the dining area.
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