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Our sister site Curbed has just announced that Chicago's own, Nate Berkus is Target's latest home design partner. The Chicago-based guru of the interior (also Brian Atwood's ex) instagrammed a detail photo of the collection just after Target reps sent an email announcing the retailer's plan to add a "Midwest-born designer" to a roster that has historically included Todd Oldham and, at least until the end of the year, Michael Graves.
The Berkus collection of a seemingly staggering 150 products will include the categories of bedding, bath, lighting, rugs, and window treatments. The potentially chevron-laden collection will hit stores in October and range from $5.99 to $149.99.
· Nate Berkus Tapped to Design Home Collection for Target [Curbed]
· Nate Berkus Signs on as Target's Next Design Star [Star Tribune]