And now for the most beautiful thing you'll see all day: Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent's Los Angeles home.
The couple is showing off their stunning abode in the August issue of Harper's Bazaar, and it leaves little to be desired. It's a midcentury lover's dream, as it was originally designed by John Elgin Woolf, who worked with the likes of Cary Grant. The couple opted for a black-and-white palette throughout, but we're particularly fond of the mint green 1950s stove in the kitchen.
And as far as the newly engaged duo decorating a house together? It was no big thing. "I think our styles are now becoming one, which is really exciting to see," Berkus told the magazine. "We fight about pizza, not about picking out lamps."
Scroll down to see photos of this amazing place, and be sure to head over to Harper's Bazaar for more information.
Credit: Douglas Friedman/Harper's Bazaar
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