The interior designer and husband Jeremiah Brent are selling their Los Angeles home. 

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It’s safe to say that whoever can afford Nate Berkus’s dreamy 1920s Spanish Revival is incredibly lucky. It’s any interior design fan’s dream to own a home that was transformed by the interior designer and all around home decor icon. According to Trulia, Berkus bought the home—which is located above Sunset Strip in the Hollywood Hills and used to be owned by Marlon Brando—last year for $2.36 million. Berkus and his husband Jeremiah Brent (who’s also an interior designer) spent the past year renovating the five-bedroom, four-bathroom house. 

Now, the couple are putting it on the market for $2.995 million. The 3,643-square-foot home features a pool and plenty of outdoor space and gardens. Inside, anyone who follows Berkus’s designs will see his familiar aesthetic of neutral palettes paired with natural accents and furniture. The interiors are modern, airy, and cozy all at once. 

Take a look at some photos of the home below, courtesy of Trulia.

nate berkus living room

nate berkus kitchen

nate berkus bedroom

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