Nate Berkus’ interview with Malcolm Gladwell gave us some unexpected insights |

Daisy Ratnasari

It’s no secret that we regularly turn to world-renowned interior designer Nate Berkus for style inspiration – his timeless, feeling-first style is hard to beat. But it’s not every day that Nate sits down for a live interview with Malcolm Gladwell, host of the podcast ‘Revisionist History,’ and shares some of the life experiences that have landed him his all-star career in interior design. Though the full episode is certainly worth a listen, we’ve distilled some of our favorite bits – and the story behind the designs makes Nate’s interior design style even more special.

In the episode, Nate shares with Malcolm that he studied abroad in Paris when he was 17 years old – a stay that would shape the way he saw the world. The pair spoke about the beauty of allowing yourself to get a little bit lost in an unfamiliar place, and how modern technology has only made it more difficult to surrender to all the new experiences that going into travel open-minded allows. And while Nate was impacted in many ways by this trip abroad, he says Paris’ marvelous architecture had a particular impact.

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