It was love at first sight for Nate and Jeremiah — with their John Elgin Woolf-designed house in the Hollywood Hills, that is. Recently profiled in the August issue of Bazaar magazine, their love nest is now up for sale for almost $3 million. No word on where they are heading, but we are already selfishly excited to see the next place the couple calls home.
Although the house was not exactly what one would expect from Nate and Jeremiah (vintage green kitchen appliances, anyone?), it all worked together beautifully. By sticking to a limited color palette and a healthy mix of vintage and new, the look is masculine, modern, and very fresh. In other words, if we were the new owners, we wouldn't change a thing.
Check out the photos below — and how we would get the look — for a recent trip down memory lane.
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- Brass lamp (price upon request): This vintage brass lamp base is almost a dead ringer for the one used in Nate and Jeremiah's bedroom. Although someone nabbed it already, 1st Dibs is a perfect place to keep watch for something similar.
- Black shade ($30): Fabric shades are especially nice on bedside lamps because they cast a soft glow .
- Los Ojos blanket ($228-$358): This graphic Pendleton blanket would look great folded at the end of a bed or across a bench.
- Black Cowhide Rug ($520): Cowhide works well layered over seagrass rugs.
- Mythic Paint ($17 per quart): Get the dramatic palette of Nate & Jeremiah's house with Mythic Paint's Fading Frost and Black.
- Hans Wegner chair (price upon request): A wood and woven vintage armchair helps soften all the black used in the house.
- Decorative nut figural ($9, originally $13): One of Nate's own designs for Target, it's perfect for a bookcase or on top of a desk.
- Black book collection ($38): Designer secret! Buy sets of books in a color palette to match your room.
- Sig side table ($195): Pale tavertine tops a gold-leafed metal-based table similar to the one used in Nate & Jeremiah's office area.
Want more? To peep the rest of the photos, visit Bazaar!