Bobby Berk on the Power of Good Design, Queer Eye, and What’s Next

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Queer Eye interior designer Bobby Berk arguably has the most laborious task on the show, and the expert decorator’s real life is no less ambitious. With the third season of Netflix’s hit show out last month, a new line of furniture for A.R.T. Furniture, and a recently launched design and lifestyle website, Berk has been busy.

New York design editor Wendy Goodman recently sat down with Berk at the Moxie Chelsea hotel, done by David Rockwell, to discuss Queer Eye’s success, how decluttering interior spaces can positively impact mental health, and what’s next for Berk.

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Bobby Berk on the Power of Good Design