Just days after arriving home, Nate shared his story on air.
In the 2005 tsunami, Nate Berkus says he saw the best of humanity in Sri Lanka.
In this episode, 2 of the American Dream Builders start barking at each other, and the others just want everyone to get along.
Kristen Taekman and Nate Berkus answer trivia questions and for each one they get right, Ramona Singer gets dropped into the dunk tank!
Part II: Nate Berkus gives his best interior design advice for renters.
One of the most important aspects of Iyanla Vanzant's life is her faith, and designer Nate Berkus has created a prayer room that takes her breath away and has Oprah whispering like she's in church. From the hand-painted Indian door to the antique Iyanla chose especially for her home, take a tour of Iyanla's sacred space.
Designer Nate Berkus says that when he came out to his family, his father had the hardest time. Nate says he eventually sat down with his father and explained that being gay is not a choice; it's the way he was born. Watch as Nate shares the story of the conversation that moved their relationship forward.
Jay breaks down because he misses his family.
Part I: Grumpy Cat, the world’s grumpiest cat, joins Andy Cohen, Nate Berkus & Kristen Taekman in the Bravo Clubhouse!
Some may say valuing the things in your home is materialistic, but designer Nate Berkus says the things we surround ourselves with tell the story of who we are. The best homes, he says, are put together over time with items that have meaning to us. Watch as he reveals the three questions to ask yourself before bringing anything home.
Renowned designer Nate Berkus hosts NBC's bold new one-hour reality competition series "American Dream Builders," premiering March 23 at 8/7c.
Showcasing the talents of the most accomplished designers and home builders in the country, "American Dream Builders" will pit 12 worthy contestants against one another in a high-stakes competition designed to push everyone's creative reach. The show will celebrate creativity and style while revealing magazine-worthy home transformations.
With each weekly episode, two teams will take on a brand new project and be asked to redesign and renovate the space from the inside out - all in a matter of days. From Spanish to Tudor to midcentury modern, the designers will be expected to produce sweeping home renovations that bring a fresh, modern sensibility while remaining true to the home's innate charm and design characteristics.
Joining Berkus on the show as judges are Eddie George and interior design expert Monica Pedersen.
George is a former Heisman Trophy winner (Ohio State University) and NFL all-pro (Tennessee Titans) who has now become a renowned landscape architect. Pedersen has appeared on several segments for "Today" as well as served as host on such HGTV shows as its popular "Designed to Sell."
Berkus, George and Pedersen will review the finished work and determine which team achieved the best results. After facing the panel of judges, the losing team must send one member home.
In the finale episode, the last two designers will take on renovations for two impressive Southern California homes, bringing their unique vision to life.
"American Dream Builders" is produced by Universal Television in association with Steele Mill Productions, Inc. Berkus serves as executive producer along with Tom Shelly ("Love in the Wild," "Survivor") and Jason Ehrlich ("Ready for Love," "The Bachelor").
The judges are really impressed with what one of the contestants does with an outdoor patio space.
The Red Team's Living Room and Kitchen are revealed.
The designers travel to North Hollywood, where they are given the task of transforming two Spanish-style homes into abodes that are perfect for hosting events and entertaining guests. Included: Team Red, headed by Erinn, set their sights on a much-needed win, while over on Team Blue, site manager Elaine's strong opinions don't go over well, and she makes matters worse by turning to Lukas for help with the makeover of her living room.
Darren gets Eddie pumped up about the gym he is building.
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