Bold patterns + eclectic accessories (and a little brotherly rivalry) make this space one of Drew and Jonathan's best yet.
Two tall brothers. 2 small dogs. 1 tiny house. 1 overnight stay.
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In this living room featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, a cozy taupe armchair is positioned in front of a large window, creating the perfect reading nook. Bold orange accents add fresh style and color to the neutral space.
This living room, from HGTV's Property Brothers, is centered around a refaced fireplace and decorated with contemporary blue and gray furniture. Under the blue area rug, the floor is porcelain tile made to look like hardwood floors. A collage of family photos hangs on the back wall. A rustic sliding barn door separates the living room from the office.
Gray and white hexagonal tiles fit together to create a full-wall backsplash in this retro inspired kitchen design. Floating shelves show off personal decor items as well as easily accessible dishes for everyday use. Dark yellow-brown bar chairs compliment the woodgrain finish of the lower cabinets and help ground the bright atmosphere.
MASTER BEDROOM, AFTER: After combining two bedrooms, the Property Brothers were able to make a master suite that has a large bedroom, bathroom and a walk-in closet. The spa-like master bathroom features a jetted tub and stone shower.
The dividing feature between the office and living room of this renovated home is a revamped barn door that brings a bit of industrial rusticity to the contemporary design. The door slides on a metal pulley from one side to another for privacy's sake.
A brass chandelier hangs over this sleek midcentury modern dining room. Wood blinds complement the rectangular wooden table and wood chairs to bring a touch of natural materials to this dining area.
A metal chandelier with exposed Edison bulbs is a striking focal point over the dining room table in this transitional gray dining room.
Sandra and Kyle have been renting her late grandma's shabby, outdated house and it's time for something more modern. They want an open concept design with a killer kitchen, on the subway line, and a short walk from all amenities. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. This time, however, Drew's first suggestion is a real surprise. The house also holds some unwanted glitches that add time and money to the redesign. As Sandra and Kyle struggle with living above the renos, Jonathan compensates with some retail therapy. But when a planned living room feature is threatened, the couple could start to regret their decision unless Jonathan can work his usual magic in time for move-in day.
Veronica and Andrew have had it with their cramped condo. With Veronica's maternity leave coming to an end, the clock is ticking to find the perfect turnkey home in which to raise their young family. But it's never that easy! The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time.With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. From the second the couple decides between two huge renovation projects, multiple disasters conspire to max out the budget and set the schedule back. Jonathan scrambles to reconfigure his designs but Andrew, happily oblivious to the details, continues to demand a top-of-the-line barbecue! Forced to live through the renovation, Veronica struggles with the pressure, and Jonathan is pushed to work miracles that even he doesn't think he can manage.
Tina and James are recent empty nesters, with a long list of wants. They want to downsize and move closer to the city. They want a house that's move in ready and they don't want to do any renovations. The Property Brothers help them explore dated homes and work to convince them that on a budget, a renovation is the only way to go.
Darren and Tory love the city, but with a dog and two kids, they're tired of squeezing into a tiny urban apartment. The couple is desperate to find a spacious family property in the suburbs. And with their lease quickly coming to an end, they need to find it before they get the boot. Drew and Jonathan step in with a real estate rescue operation and step number one is right-sizing the couple's expectations. With the renovation-shy couple on board, the search is on for a fixer upper with tons of potential. Though Drew warns against it, a low-ball offer lands the couple in hot water. Later, it's up to Jonathan to pick up the pace as structural issues, rising costs, and a surprise sprinkler system install leave him scrambling to complete the massive project before their deadline.
When they found out they were expecting, new parents Diana and John sold their downtown condo to buy a spacious suburban home instead. But that was a year ago, and since their house hunt went nowhere, they're now living with the in-laws and desperate for a home of their own. Drew and Jonathan step in to help, but the couple has conflicting ideas about what they want and Diana says she isn't prepared to compromise on anything. A real estate reality check quickly readjusts their priorities and the search is on for a fixer-upper with forever-home potential. First, a bidding war heats things up. And once the deal is sealed and demolition begins, Jonathan is confronted with a series of structural issues that are bad news for the couple's confidence and their bottom line.
Avid video gamers Boris and Kari are expecting a baby so it's time for better digs. But with their tiny condo already rented out, time is ticking. They want four bedrooms, gourmet kitchen and nursery, plus a high tech games room and space for Boris' geeky action figures. The Property Brothers come to the rescue helping them find a budget-friendly dream home that can be renovated on time. With a budget that doesn't match the couple's expectations, Drew and Jonathan struggle to sell the potential of a fixer-upper. The pressure is on, though, when a tough negotiation leaves less money for the upgrades. Kari experiences arachnophobia during the demolition, and an unexpected plumbing issue throws more money down the drain. Boris ups the budget with unplanned technical demands but must then make a difficult decision in order to pay for them. Design choices in the nursery are clearer after Kari's ultrasound, despite Jonathan's attempts to influence the baby naming. And Kari's patience wears thin when they face costly delays as Jonathan races to complete the job before the baby arrives.
Newlywed power-couple Amy and Graham are eager to ditch their basement digs at her mother's place for a luxurious home of their own. But their busy schedules mean they have no time for a house hunt. That's where power bros Drew and Jonathan take over. The good news for Jonathan is that Amy and Graham see eye-to-eye on interior design, but then he literally hits a brick wall during the kitchen demo. As for Drew, the bad news is that Graham only wants a home in the neighborhood he grew up ina sought-after enclave where competition is tough and every house sells for more than asking price.
With a busy schedule and crazy commute, new parents Katie and Justin spend weekends in their downtown home and crash at his parents' place during the week. But their nomadic lifestyle is driving them crazy and they're looking for a blinged-out suburban pad where they can put down roots. The Property Brothers step in with a plan, but it's Justin himself who comes up with a rare opportunity. One of his landscaping clients is listing their house and is offering to sell it privately before it hits the market. The personal relationship could make things tricky and Drew steps in to negotiate. Later, Jonathan uncovers a host of dangerous and costly issues during demolition, but there's a silver lining when the revised design plan reveals a dazzling new feature.
A full-time teacher, student, and single mom, Dionna dreams of providing the best home possible for her young son. They've definitely outgrown her tiny apartment. And now with her stylish best friend along for the ride, Dionna is determined to track down a budget-friendly dream home that's fit for a queen and her prince. Drew and Jonathan's first order of business is to reconcile Dionna's blinged-out wish list with her modest budget, but she's not quite ready to give up on her big dreams. A looted luxury home catches her eye, but the property comes with a roller coaster ride of surprises. And once Jonathan gets started on a major makeover, he's got to hustle to keep the project on time and on budget.
Lexa and Pete's condo sold much faster than expected, and they've been crashing at her brother's place ever since. The couple is eager to buy a new home ASAP, but while she longs to settle in the suburbs, he's a city boy at heart and wants to move back downtown. Drew and Jonathan convince the couple that a fixer-upper is the way to go, but that still leaves Lexa and Pete with a major decision on their hands. During demolition, the couple's budget takes a beating as Jonathan uncovers a long list of costly issues. Meanwhile, Lexa's busy travel schedule means letting go of the reins, and furniture shopping proves daunting for an ever-optimistic Pete.
After tying the knot, newlyweds Kristen and Ben moved in with her parents. And though they're eager to find a home of their own, their house hunt has been more frustrating than expected. They've made half a dozen offers so far, but every time they try to close a deal they lose out to the highest bidder. Jonathan and Drew step in with some much-needed real estate guidance and it starts with an unexpected course correction. With a turnkey property out of reach, the search is on for a fixer-upper with great bones, but a bidding war soon threatens to derail the couple's plansagain. Later, Jonathan uncovers a series of nasty surprises and then vows to turn Ben into the ultimate handyman.
When their home sold more quickly than anticipated, Tom, Bridget and their two boys moved in with friends. So now they're more desperate than ever to find a new family pad. And that's where the Property Brothers step in to turn things around. With their pricey target neighborhood already at the top of their budget, Drew and Jonathan convince Tom and Bridget that a fixer-upper is the only way to go. It's up to Drew to track down a great property that will also cut down on the family's daily commute. Later, Jonathan has a mega project on his hands, and admits that delivering a brand new home in just seven weeks is mildly terrifying.
Debra and Dan are squeezed into a tiny urban condo with their three small children and have dreams of staying in the heart of the city. The Property Brothers are leading the charge to help this family find a fixer-upper to transform. Once Drew finds them an older home, Jonathan sets out to turn it into a sleek, modern space with vaulted ceilings and modern finishes. Will Jonathan and Drew be able to manage this design-savvy family's rising expectations?
Ambitious newlyweds Michelle and Jon are determined to move out of his parents' basement and into a forever home of their own. But even with an ample budget, their real estate dreams are out of step with the market. That is, until Jonathan and Drew step in with a wakeup call and a custom solution guaranteed to satisfy these two perfectionists. Drew soon learns the downside to showing Michelle a house with everything she wants, because now she wants everything. Later, Jonathan leads the search for a time capsule that's rumored to be hidden in the couple's new home, and then comes up with creative way to keep them from draining the budget.
The Property Brothers attempt to combine a couple's different wish lists in order to help them put down roots in Nashville, but the house hunt hits a snag with a substantial mark-up of a century-old contender. With the budget stretched to the max, Jonathan must walk a tightrope to avoid any unanticipated costs.
A couple with a baby on the way searches for the perfect suburban home close to their family. The Property Brothers step in with a custom solution but since the couple's target area is only a few blocks wide, the hunt for a fixer-upper proves particularly tricky. Once they find "the one," it's up to Jonathan to transform the dated canvas into a midcentury modern masterpiece.
After years of hard-core studying and dorm-size apartments, nurse Shannon and doctor Darl are ready for their real estate graduation. And since they're now expecting their first child, they've got mere months to get out of their cramped basement digs and into a move-in ready space where they can put down roots, raise a family, and entertain in style. With the couple's wish list completely out of sync with their budget, it's up to the Property Brothers to convince them that an urban fixer-upper is the only way to go. Since they're seriously worried about adding a massive renovation to their already hectic lifestyle, Jonathan assures Shannon and Darl he'll take care of all the details and the stress. But with an ever-growing list of delays, nasty surprises, and major cost overruns, that's easier said than done.
The busy parents of two energetic boys, Michelle and Tom are paying a fortune for a temporary rental and need to find their forever home fast. But their taste for luxury means their dream property is way out of reach and their house hunt could take a while. That's when the Property Brothers step in with a real estate intervention. Michelle is already on board with transforming a fixer upper, but Tom proves harder to convince. Drew leads the search for a property with great bones and the resulting negotiations are tempered by a touching gesture from Michelle. Later, Jonathan uncovers a major issue and has to dig deep to rescue Tom's deluxe mancave. And though Jonathan tries to get the runaway budget back on track, the couple isn't willing to budge on their luxurious upgrade.
Leslie and Tim have been living with her parents since they sold their condo, and while they agree it's time to move, she prefers the city while he wants to live in the suburbs. Jonathan and Drew step in to find a dog-friendly fixer-upper with potential to be a forever home, but their first job is getting Leslie and Tim to agree on location. The couple follows Drew's advice and scores a hot property in a competitive market, but Jonathan faces a basement flood while coming up with a contemporary design that will earn Mom's seal of approval.
A chemical engineer with a jet-set lifestyle, Karima has been workingand livingall over the world. But after six years as a nomad, it's time to reconnect with family and friends so now she's looking for a deluxe urban home of her own. With his client asking a lot from her modest budget, it's up to Drew to find a well-priced diamond in the rough. Later, the renovations on a ramshackle Victorian are plagued by a series of break-ins that shake Karima's confidence. Meanwhile, it's up to Jonathan to rejig the design as a pileup of costly surprises threatens to derail the project altogether.
Desperate to be closer to friends and family, new parents Andrew and Sarah just moved back to the city. But their basement digs at Grandma's are seriously cramping their style. And while they're eager to find a perfect home of their own, they're miles apart when it comes to style. With the renovation-phobic couple's dream home well beyond reach, the Property Brothers step in with a plan. And it all starts with tracking down a dog-friendly fixer-upper with forever-home potential. After an exhaustive search, everyone agrees the couple has found a steal. That is, until Sarah and Andrew begin facing a jaw-dropping laundry list of hidden expenses. And with their renovation budget dwindling, Jonathan is more determined than ever to transform the property into an eclectic home they'll both love.
New parents Chase and Jessica are all about family, but after crashing at Grandma's place for the past four months, they're eager to find a city dream home where they can put down roots and entertain in style. The Property Brothers step in with a solution that will match the couple's budget with their luxurious wish list, but it will mean tackling the major renovation project they were hoping to avoid. Drew goes to bat to land an underpriced home at fair market value. Later, Jonathan's budget takes a hit from the start. And as the walls come down, the hidden costs just keep adding up.
Expecting their first child within months and fed up with squeezing into their urban condo, Derek and Jennifer are facing a serious time crunch in their search for a sprawling home in a family-friendly lakeside community. Drew and Jonathan promise to set them up with a great property where they can put down roots. Sold on the brothers' fixer-upper strategy from the start, the couple immediately dives into an ambitious house hunt. But getting them to see the potential of ramshackle real estate proves tricky. Faced with the potential for multiple offers, Drew comes up with a heartfelt plea to win over the seller. Later, Jonathan is hit with a long list of setbacks that threaten to derail the budget and the design plan, and then a surprise delivery changes everything.
Brothers Scott and Trevor have been feeling the squeeze in their claustrophobic condo. And now thanks to financial help from their grandparents, they're pooling their resources and looking for an all-in-one investment and living solution. Determined to keep sibling rivalry to a minimum, Drew and Jonathan step in with a plan. First, Drew leads the charge for a dog-friendly property and then leverages key information at the negotiating table. Later, when the demolition uncovers expensive problems, the entire family pitches in to save money. Jonathan comes up with a solution for a dated ceiling, and then scrambles with a major last-minute change.
Tennis pros Jessica and Nathan have been living the cramped condo lifestyle for way too long and they're desperate to find a sprawling home in the country where they can put down roots and entertain family in style. Drew jumpstarts their new life by finding a perfect suburban home with everything on their wish list, but as the walls come down, Jonathan and his shell-shocked clients are faced with massive repairs from the foundation to the roof. Somehow Jessica and Nathan manage to take it all in stride as Jonathan vows to work his contractor magic.
Since relocating for his dream job, Jaeme, Bliss and their two little ones have been crashing with friends in the city. They need to find their own home fast, but the odds are stacked against them. Their wish list is too long, and for a homesick Bliss, the family's dream home is the one they left behind. Drew's advice with a tricky estate sale proves critical, and it's up to Jonathan to transform a dusty home into a midcentury modern gem. Unfortunately, Bliss' exacting standards have Jonathan seriously concerned about the big reveal.
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