Nate Berkus on Wednesday will unveil his redesigned youth lounge named after Seth Walsh, the 13-year-old gay California student who was bullied to commit suicide.

The unveiling of the youth lounge at YES, an LGBT community center in New York, will take place during an hour-long episode of The Nate Berkus Show devoted to anti-gay bullying.

Recently out country music star Chely Wright tours the new lounge on the episode.

Also appearing on the program will be Wendy Walsh, the mother of Seth Walsh. Wendy discovered Seth's body hanging outside her home. The mother appears in a video released last week by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). In the video, a tearful Wendy reads the suicide note her son left behind. She has said that she's speaking out in hopes of raising greater awareness of the problem of schoolyard bullying.

The topic is especially personal for Berkus and Wright, who are openly gay and strong advocates for gay-inclusive anti-bullying policies that protect children.

The episode, titled Rebuilding Home After Tragedy, airs on Wednesday.