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TLC makes a move back into the property space in a new series with interior designer and author Nate Berkus, interior designer and husband Jeremiah Brent. Their first venture into TV together, Nate and Jeremiah by Design premieres Saturday, April 8 at 9/8c and follows the couple inside and outside of the home, as they juggle married life and raising their baby daughter, Poppy, while helping distressed homeowners turn a disaster into a dream home. In each one-hour episode, Nate and Jeremiah use their talent and irresistible charm to transform lives through design, rescuing homeowners who have gone over budget and over schedule on renovation projects and cannot see an end in sight. With budget at the forefront and the couple's lifestyle in mind, Nate and Jeremiah boldly revisit the home's layout to build a practical-yet-stylish space. They then search high and low for unique design pieces to bring character and a personal touch into these refreshed dwellings. But the joys and challenges that Nate and Jeremiah encounter professionally are nothing in comparison to those faced in their most important job, as fathers to baby Poppy. The proud parents bring the audience inside their private life to see firsthand how they balance demanding careers and spending time with "the girl that changed everything."
After six years of unreliable contractors, Peggy Lu's house has become a disaster; she needs design experts Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent to save her from her DIY nightmare before it's too late.
In Hollywood, California, former and current residents of the Covenant House, a youth homeless shelter, call upon Nate and Jeremiah to help transform the shelter's Big Room into a family room.
Darren and Missy have spent the last decade trying to remodel their mid-century modern home into an updated masterpiece; they need Nate and Jeremiah to complete their forever home be designing a fabulous kitchen.
Nate and Jeremiah help Jim and Shawn redesign their family home to make a claustrophobic space more open; they hope to stay under budget but still deliver results.
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