Jewelry for the Home: A Sneak Peek at Target's Nate Berkus Collection

A Sneak Peek at Target's Nate Berkus CollectionA Sneak Peek at Target's Nate Berkus CollectionTarget just announced the debut of a line of home goods this fall by designer Nate Berkus. In an interview, Berkus described the pieces as "jewelry for the home," and said he's putting all of his favorite details and finishes - snakeskin, worn oak, and metal studs - into the collection.

"I created this collection for Target with my philosophy that homes should evoke a feeling, not a theme," said Berkus. "There's something for everyone in this line, so I'm thrilled to offer Target [customers] patterns, colors and objects that represent what I love most for the home."

The exclusive 150 piece collection will be available October 21 in stores and online, with prices ranging from $5.99 to $149.99. Want a sneak peek? Of course you do!

Throw Pillows, Studded Shams, and a Duvet Set Throw Pillows, Studded Shams, and a Duvet Set 1. Throw Pillows, Studded Shams, and a Duvet Set
These may be neutral, but the gorgeous patterns and textures make them exciting. They're stylish enough for a master bedroom that doesn't look too feminine or masculine.

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Decorative Bowls Decorative Bowls 2. Decorative Bowls
These bowls are stunning in their simplicity. The shiny hammered finish here is perfect for displaying fruit, flowers, or towels in a master bathroom.

Decorative Pillows Decorative Pillows 3. Decorative Pillows
A little pattern and a little sheen for a little price tag. Yes! I love the striped gold pillow.

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Washed Oak Box Washed Oak Box 4. Washed Oak Box
With its worn oak and snakeskin finishes, this is one of Berkus' favorite pieces in the upcoming collection. What would you put in this handsome box?

- By Nicole Balch
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