"But if that ever happens," the designer says, "I'm signing Nate up for that project too!
Nate Berkus is dating again, and the new man in his life is equally as stylish as him.
They later enjoyed a visit to Central Park's ice rink, according to Brent's Twitter posts. Beautiful evening promoting truth, love and education he tweeted.
Brent also made an appearance at Berkus' book signing for "The Things That Matter" at Bergdorfs on Dec. Although he is happy now, Berkus faced tremendous sorrow after his boyfriend, photographer Fernando Bengoechea, was killed in the December 2004 tsunami in Sri Lanka.
SCROLL FOR PHOTO The interior designer and TV personality was seen getting cozy with Brent in New York City recently, Page Six reported.After press trips to Tokyo and Madrid, a New York flyby, a whirlwind visit to his hometown of Chicago, and two weeks of white sand in St.Bart's, accessories designer Brian Atwood has finally parked his suede-moccasined feet at home in Milan.Though he is known to obsess over shoe shapes ("I can't stand an elongated pointy toe!") and heel heights ("Is it just me, or does four inches feel extremely low?"The apartment is a reflection of our relationship and of Brian's lifestyle, but most important, it's a home," Berkus explains.Now that the rooms are complete, Atwood has begun to dream of constructing a catwalklike bridge connecting his studio, located in the same building, to the apartment's front door—not that his landlord would allow it."I didn't want it unlivable or cold," the fashion maestro says."That's why the fabrics are soft and cozy and there is no overhead lighting."Eclectic objects the couple has collected, from a tigereye box to antique frames, help warm up the place as well.terior designer Nate Berkus and his husband, Jeremiah Brent, also a respected designer, would have their own show on the network.After months of anticipation from design addicts everywhere, the trailer for "Nate & Jeremiah By Design" is finally here.