Nate Berkus has curated a collection of vintage picks from 1stDibs – here are our favorites to bring instant antique charm

The interior designer selected 35 gorgeous items from LGBTQ+ 1stDibs sellers to feature, and sales benefit nonprofit Housing Works. Here are the pieces we have our eyes on

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Nate Berkus is one of our go-to designers for vintage and antique inspiration, and his latest partnership with luxury online marketplace 1stDibs is perfect proof of why.

The famed interior designer selected 35 unique items listed by the site's LGBTQ+ sellers (all part of the 1stDibs Pride Collection), and the gorgeous picks are available for purchase, just in time for June. Plus, he's also teamed up with 1stDibs to support New York-based nonprofit Housing Works throughout the month.

Nate's curation of furniture and decor features everything from an ornate mirror to an Art Deco-style rug, to a set of streamlined, contemporary dining chairs. 1stDibs typically has very limited supply, and some items have already gone – suffice to say, we're racing to our shopping carts. Not sure where to buy antique furniture online? Wonder no more. These are the items love from the Nate-approved collection.

Shop the Nate Berkus 1stDibs Pride Collection

Nate knows his way around sourcing antique furniture, and he's one of the best when it comes to designing timeless, transitional spaces. That's why it's no surprise there's not one miss in his 1stDibs collection. Here's a look at the selection.

It's clear that Nate hasn't lost his vintage touch, having selected an impressive lineup across styles and time periods. Indulging in a new piece for your home is made even better when it supports a good cause at the very same time.

Abby Wilson
Interior Design News Editor

I am an Interior Design News Editor at Homes & Gardens. Most recently, I worked with Better Homes & Gardens, where I wrote and edited content about home decor, gardening tips, food news, and more. Before that, I studied Journalism and English Literature at New York University. I’ve moved around quite a bit in the last several years, most recently making the trip to London, and love transforming each new space into a comfortable retreat that feels like home. When it comes to decor, I’m most drawn to unique vintage finds and calming colors.