Have you watched the episodes of Property Brothers where they are transforming Drew’s L.A. 1921 fixer upper home which he will share with his fiancee Linda Phan? I have been watching episodes back to back tonight as I baked goodies and decorated gingerbread houses (at least one of which you will NEVER lay eyes on because…oh, lord, I needed the Property Brothers to come to the rescue…the walls caved in!)
Drew’s Honeymoon House is the latest project by HGTV’s The Property Brothers, who are known for their bold home renovations for lucky homeowners around the globe…this time around, they are renovating for themselves.
While the LA mansion purchased for $2.3 million is to be Drew and Linda’s newlywed home, if you saw my post the other day, you’ll know the Property Brothers created a special guest suite for Jonathan, who is Drew’s twin.
We have also been exploring the home decor in the living room and entry in Drew’s Honeymoon House, and many of the pieces used in those eclectic spaces have already sold out!
The Property Brothers completely redesigned and remodeled this 1921 charmer in the Hancock Park/Windsor Park neighborhood of LA., and somehow managed to transform it in just 12 weeks! Oh that we could all have a magic genie like that for our reno projects! You can catch all the episodes on HGTV.
While Drew and Linda’s interior design style within the European inspired manse is eclectic, bold, and not what I may have envisioned, there are plenty of beautiful home decor ideas and interior design lessons within it that I think you’ll have an opinion about.
(As I type this, I’m sipping zin and still watching, oohing, and ahhing as they tackle more rooms as they race to finish the entire home in 12 weeks.) What an undertaking! I’m sharing dramatic before and afters of a few of the interiors and including sources for some of the pretty home decor.
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Gotta love how Linda Phan saved some of this original poodle wallpaper and had it printed on pillows for her craft room!
Isn’t this wallpaper killer? Keep reading to find the source.
CAN YOU EVEN IMAGINE GIVING YOURSELF JUST 12 WEEKS TO COMPLETE A RENO PROJECT OF THIS MAGNITUDE? Because, here we are, two and a half years into our own DIY whole house renovation, and gearing up for more reno (shhhhhhh, we’re creating another bathroom in the lower level!).
My favorite part of the renovation thus far is the spacious kitchen with its classic decor scheme of black, white, and brass. The space is bathed in natural light, and when I can find them, I’ll share more pics of the beautiful showstopping range that sets the tone. I’ll also research the tile and flooring used in these spaces in case you wish to get the same look in your own home.
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Peace to you right where you are.
Curious about Drew Scott? Here’s a little more background informing us what he has been up to that I found in internetland:
Drew and his fiancée, Linda Phan, filmed a five-episode chronicle of the 12-week remodel of their home in Los Angeles. The show, Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House, aims to have all the renovations done in time for the couple’s wedding rehearsal dinner. Jonathan and JD participated in the project. The program is premiered on November 22, 2017 on HGTV, and on November 27 on HGTV Canada. In conjunction with the show, the couple will star in Wedding Crafts with Linda, a web series in which they demonstrate do-it-yourself wedding-themed crafts, including party menus, cocktails, rehearsal dinner invitations, table centerpieces, and wedding favors. The 11-part series began on November 15, and will be featured on HGTV’s Facebook and Instagram pages. He and Linda also appeared on the cover of People magazine the week of the show’s premiere, capping off what HGTV called Drew’s “best week ever.”
Great American Country’s end-of-the-year Top 50 Country Countdown reached out to the brothers to host the annual program on December 22, 2013. Along with Nancy O’Dell, he and Jonathan co-hosted the 2014 Rose Parade, and co-hosted again in 2015 with Josh Temple. The twins appear as chef’s table guests in the sixteenth season of Hell’s Kitchen where Drew sat with Melissa Rivers in the blue kitchen while Jonathan sat with Ashley Greene in the red kitchen. They also design a house for the models on America’s Next Top Model. On March 29, 2016, Drew and Jonathan were guest presenters at the Grand Ole Opry.