18 October 2017
Scott Brothers Prepare for Drew and Linda’s Wedding with a Stunning Home Renovation
 New York [Oct. 16, 2017] Stars of HGTV’s Property Brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott, will tackle their most personal project yet in preparation for Drew and fiancée Linda’s wedding in Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House. Premiering on Wednesday, November 22, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, the five-episode series will follow the Scott brothers as they complete a massive renovation of the couple’s first home together in Los Angeles. In a challenging twist—the whole-home reno must be finished in a matter of weeks to host a pre-wedding party. And, since this marks Linda’s official welcome to the family, Drew and Jonathan’s parents, Jim and Joanne, and older brother JD, will be there to make this project a true Scott family affair.
 
The series showcases the reconfiguration of an original 1920s-era, 3,400-square-foot home in a historic LA neighborhood.  In addition to the overhaul of the bedrooms, bathrooms and living area, the trio showcases their fun creativity with stunning upgrades and modern amenities, including an entire wall of custom curved-glass windows in the kitchen that let in the California sunshine. New features also include a huge third-floor deck with a hot tub and pergola; a backyard pool area with built-in fire pit and comfy seating; and a dedicated craft room for Linda.
 
“We’re restoring elements of the English-inspired architecture and adding modern updates,” said Drew. “Linda and I are going for an old Hollywood glam, Art Deco design style.”
 
“Since this home is nearly one hundred years old, we’ve dealt with the same challenges that any homeowner faces when taking on a major home renovation,” said Jonathan. “But it’s been an honor to help create this family home for Drew and Linda. It’s going to be a special place.”
 
The twins’ older brother JD also will lend a hand throughout the series. He will help the guys with several major projects, such as a beam installation in the kitchen and building a foundation wall. He also will team up with Jonathan on a few DIY projects, including refinishing the original pocket doors.
 
Not to be outdone, Linda will don a tool belt, wield a hammer and work side-by-side with Drew and Jonathan during each step of the renovation. Her creative touches will be seen throughout the redesign, from reviving the Old-World charm of the original living area to finding a fun use for the retro-style pink poodle wallpaper in the bathrooms.
 
“We’ve shared our relationship with fans for a few years now,” said Linda. “We can’t wait to share our new home with them, too.”
Fans can visit HGTV.com/PropertyBrothers throughout the year for exclusive online content, including behind-the-scenes videos and photo galleries, and can interact on social media using #PropertyBrothers.
 
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Contact(s)

Amy Hammontree

HGTV, DIY Network, Great American Country
ahammontree@hgtv.com
+1.865.560.4639

Chelsey Riemann

HGTV, DIY Network, Travel Channel, Great American Country
CRiemann@hgtv.com
865.560.4896
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