Jeremiah Brent
Designer Jeremiah Brent often collaborates on projects with his husband, Nate Berkus.

People first got to know Jeremiah Brent on the Bravo show The Rachel Zoe Project. He quickly earned the über stylist/designer’s trust, enough to makeover her home and headquarters. Soon, it was clear that he was destined for a spotlight all his own. Artistic and curious from an early age, he eventually honed his eye and attention to interiors. He describes his work as a “‘no rules approach to California Modern style”—creating spaces that are at once refined and relaxed. What they lack in bold color (he’s not a neon guy), his rooms more than make up for in intriguing silhouettes, textural layers and artful details wherever you look.

Jeremiah Brent Pacific Palisades
A home Jeremiah designed in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles is a playful mix of coastal ease and Moroccan allure.

After opening his design firm in 2011, his work was featured on the pages of domino, AD, and Harper’s Bazaar—quickly cementing his place as a designer-tastemaker-influencer.

One half of a design power couple (Jeremiah is married to Nate Berkus), the pair, along with adorable daughter Poppy and newborn son Oskar, live a fun-filled L.A. life that they share on their recent TLC show, Nate & Jeremiah By Design where they rescue stressed homeowners and their money-pit homes. (He’s also a host on the series Home Made Simple, on the Oprah network, OWN.)

Jeremiah happily shared his favorite places to browse, buy and find inspiration along the LCDQ corridor.

Jeremiah Brent
Brent recommends The London Hotel to visitors for its central location and good design—on full display at the hotel bar.
Photo: Courtesy of The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills

Favorite thing about visiting & shopping LCDQ is…

“LCDQ provides a unique opportunity to source a multitude of pieces all in one area—it allows designers to source for a project in a way that feels both organic and collected.”

Best score ever was…

“A beautiful, massive white marble coffee table from Hollywood at Home.”

Biggest design weakness and where I get my fix…

“Vintage objects, pottery and ceramics, with a dash of textiles at Hollywood at Home.”

Brent admits a weakness for the amazing textiles, ceramics and objets found throughout Peter Dunham’s shop, Hollywood at Home

Where I take clients (and myself) before/after shopping LCDQ…

Zinqué or Alfred Coffee & Kitchen. Both are comfortable and I feel like I’m back in NYC, even if only for a minute.”

Fireplace Seating at Zinqué
A cozy outdoor spot at West Hollywood wine bar, Zinqué.

Photo: Steven Lake Photography

For non-design browsing around the LCDQ…

“Who doesn’t love a little unplanned shopping trip? Maxfield is tastefully curated.”

Where I have a post-shopping cocktail…

“Spicy margarita all day long at Gracias Madre.”

Hotel I’d recommend to visitors…

The London is in a great location, five minutes from everything. It’s well designed, well run and easy to feel comfortable fast.”

Inspiring place to see close to LCDQ…

“Vintage gems like Downtown, Dragonette and Lucca Antiques. As a shopper, you get the opportunity to really see all different decades of furniture. Each store really curates and exhibits its items so beautifully. Even if you’re not in the market to shop, it’s a great excuse to get out and see some beautiful pieces and get inspired.”

(Want to shop Downtown, DragonetteHollywood at Home and over twenty more showrooms at prices slashed 70% or more? Don’t miss the Second Annual Sidewalk Sale on Friday October 5 and Saturday October 6.)

Lucca Antiques LCDQ
“Each store really curates and exhibits its items so beautifully,” he says. He often seeks inspiration and unique finds at Lucca Antiques above.

The hidden gem of LCDQ is really…

“Melrose Place. It is quintessential California living at its best. Outdoor shopping, fun people, great food and amazing stores.”

Biggest misconception visitors have about LCDQ is…

“You need a decorator to know where to go or what to do. LCDQ provides a concentrated collection of some of the most amazing items and the opportunity to shop in a way that is highly curated yet approachable.”


Dragonette Ltd.

711 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-855-9091


719 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-652-7461

Hollywood at Home

703 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-273-6200

Lucca Antiques

744 N. La Cienega Blvd. | 310-657-7800


8818 Melrose Ave. | 310-275-8818

Alfred Coffee & Kitchen

8428 Melrose Place | 323-944-0811


8684 Melrose Ave. | 424-284-3930

Gracias Madre

8905 Melrose Ave. | 323-978-2170

The London

1020 N San Vicente Blvd. | 310-854-1111

See more of Jeremiah’s interior life…