Nate & Jeremiah Marry Marble & Shiplap for This Stunning Transformation

May 3, 2019

By: The Finished Space

Nate & Jeremiah by Design is back for its third season, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Between balancing their roles as design experts and dads, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, show how to take renovation nightmares and turn them into spectacular masterpieces. If you’ve been tuning in each Saturday night, you may have spotted a few Metrie Sightings, but in case you missed it here’s a quick breakdown of episode two:

The design duo came to the rescue for husband and wife, Lauren and George. With the burden of prior renovation costs and after Lauren recently losing her job, the couple also found out they are expecting. With the house’s current status deemed unlivable and unfinished, Nate and Jeremiah set off with a tight turnaround time to get the home ready for Lauren and George’s baby number two, and they did not disappoint!

Kitchen

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“Shiplap on the walls adds an architectural element to the space.”—Jeremiah

With bright white Modern Farmhouse shiplap on the walls and stunning marble countertops and backsplash, Nate and Jeremiah turned this former galley kitchen, into a functional, open-concept space!

Living Area

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Nate and Jeremiah breathed new life into this home by continuing their Modern Beach Barn look and the shiplap into the living area. Now, the home is cozy, family-friendly, and ready for the newest member of Lauren and George’s family!

 

Don’t miss out on all of the exciting transformations on Nate & Jeremiah by Design, watch the latest episodes on Saturdays, at 9 pm (EST), and keep your eyes peeled for more of Metrie’s trim throughout the season.

Featured Metrie Interior Finishings:

Option {M} Modern Farmhouse shiplap Regional door & window casing Option {M} Modern Farmhouse baseboard