Nate Berkus

Shop the Aesthetic

There’s really no end to the incredible things designer Nate Berkus does. He’s a New Potato favorite no doubt and he’s just come out with a must read new book – The Things that Matter – as well as a chic line for Target, which we know will be a great success. Berkus’ love of design obviously extends to the restaurant world, and he’s named the timeless Cafe Sabarsky as one of his favorite restaurant atmospheres. That’s why he’s curated this week’s Shop The Aesthetic, inspired by the look of this classic New York based Viennese cafe. We’re really loving his direction – so make sure to look, click and shop this aesthetic.

cake silverware fireplace chandelier teapot plates chairs napkin tray

Christofle Silverware, $377

Small Rectangular Tea Tray, $74

Williams Sonoma Linen Napkins, $49.95

Sacher Torte, 29 – 42 Euros

Ambella Mantel, $2055

Tina Frey Designs Large Cake Stand, $188

Woka Lamp, $11,943

Dibbern Place Setting, $85/Plate

Otto Prutscher Armchairs, Price Upon Request

Coffee Service by Carl Aubock, $1920

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  1. 612 Padilla

    October 28th, 2012

    the china at sabarsky is much more refined and classy than that gaudy set this dude chose… almost everything here is a poor approximation of a timeless aesthetic.

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