Jeremiah Brent Is Just Getting Started

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Jeremiah Brent Is Just Getting Started KATIE MCCURDY
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While he may be the newly minted star of Queer Eye, on Netflix, interior designer and television personality Jeremiah Brent is no stranger to the spotlight. Since launching his full-service Los Angeles– and New York City–based firm, Jeremiah Brent Design (JBD), in 2012, Brent has built a name for himself as an arbiter of California cool, crafting interiors from Brentwood to Palm Beach that reflect an emotional sensitivity and curatorial ambition.

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He designed the French-inspired restaurant Juliet, in Culver City, California, next to his cult lifestyle brand and retail space Atrio, creating in the process a certified JBD destination that can satiate appetites of every kind. “I want people to come in and have an emotional reaction to the things we’re selling,” he told ELLE DECOR in 2022. His dynamic collaborations with brands like Paper Source and California Closets speak to his elevated yet approachable aesthetic as much as his media savvy.

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Inside the bar area of a Montecito, California, home designed by Jeremiah Brent and Nate Berkus.Sam Frost

A recent Brent project in Montecito, California, which was a collaboration with his partner in life and work, Nate Berkus, is featured in our Summer 2024 issue, while the couple’s family home in Montauk, New York, a casual and comely retreat, appeared in print in October 2020.

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His room for this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House, “A Study of Art and Beauty,” was one of the highlights of the fundraiser this year. Brent’s first book, The Space That Keeps You: When Home Becomes a Love Story, was released earlier this year and focuses on the special pieces that give our spaces meaning.

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