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We're offering custom upholstery at extremely affordable prices, so people can buy something on TV and then customize it to fit their home.And it ships within two to six weeks.' A sofa, for instance, will cost less than 0.I have been flying all around the world over the past year or so with my creative team at HSN to develop what I think is a really exciting, new and fresh collection, things that have never [ previously ] been sold at this price, with this much quality, especially not on TV,' Berkus said.' What's interesting about this opportunity for me is, with HSN, I'm able to actually be the voice of my own products and really be able to explain and talk on live television with the people who are facing different design issues and have questions for me.But he's not a collector or a dealer, and doesn't even like sports: He's just a loving, supportive son.You see, his dad, Mike, is a lifelong sports-memorabilia collector, dealer and card-show promoter.The line also will include everything from rich textiles, classiclinens, decorative pillows and porcelain vases to classic furniture pieces like coffee tables, headboards and more.

In some ways, [ we've ] sort of gone full-circle,' Berkus said. 13, HSN will launch an exclusive new line of home décor and furniture from Berkus.And, I can explain the inspiration for the first time behind this line, as opposed to designing something and sending it out onto store shelves somewhere and just hoping people like it.' Berkus said he is not nervous for the launch … ' With any creative person, you put your heart and soul into a process and you want it to be as successful as possible,' he said.' I think it will be a success if people respond to the designs, the color combinations, the textures, the ideas, plus the quality and pricing of the line.He knows about Mickey Mantle's rookie baseball card, prized Michael Jordan cards and also some of the valuable 2008 cards. ' I never had any interest [ in sports ] ,' he said, laughing.' I can honestly say never.' And Nate still is not a trading card collector or autograph hound.