Property Brothers Review: I enjoy this show, but I’m tired of seeing white kitchens and bathrooms.
I love how they used wallpaper and light furniture.
Jonathan and Drew Please respond to me. I’d love to be at your show to provide some non-traditional color inspiration.
I have a limited income; so I can’t contribute any money, but I do have some unique and colorful ideas that I’d like to share with you for the event.
I would like to do a makeover for my aunt who works in a mental hospital; my mother, a single mother and disabled, not only sent my brothers and me to catholic school alone, but still works at retirement age; and my brother Eton, all of whom inspired me while I was in the mental hospital.
They also all dealt with me when I was going through my mental issues and feeling awful, which is why I would love to work with you to give something back.
I am a huge admirer of your shows and have been watching them for half my life.
The only choirs I watch over and over are HGTV and DIY.
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‘Property Brothers’ cancelled?
‘Property Brothers’ is about to end: the original series has not been officially cancelledbut it looks like the home remodel couple is expanding their brand in many ways.
Many people dream of appearing on an episode of Property Brothers, but what goes on behind the scenes may surprise viewers.
According to a Nashville mom who experienced it, here’s what’s real, what isn’t, and what was completely unexpected.
Jenny Reimold’s home was featured on the show as an out-of-budget inspiration home designed to illustrate the episode’s house-hunting couple what not-so-great real estate agent Drew showed them with a builder Jonathan’s makeover.
She generally had a fantastic day, she tells PEOPLE.
Meeting Drew and Jonathan was very memorable.
She describes them as “the kind of people you’d want to invite to your Sunday cookout.”
“Just two regular guys who happen to have enough talent to make their TV show.”
She was relieved that her impressions of the twins, 40, had been verified after years of watching their HGTV series.
Jenny was warmly welcomed by the brothers, who made sure she had a good time.
They even snapped photos with her neighbor’s personalized cookies (see below).
Jenny says, “I thought it was a really nice gesture, knowing what a treat it would be for my friend.”
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Drew, who married Linda Phan this spring and has expressed an interest in starting a family, also interacted with the youngest member of the family, forming a secret handshake and giving him high fives.
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However, a few other aspects of the shooting day surprised her.
For starters, the 7-hour talk time and 5-hour shooting schedule for a five-minute episode surprised the mother of seven, who noted that the day the show was filmed at her home also happened to be the last day of school.
“It would be a challenge for most people to not only clean your house, but get it TV ready before 7 a.m..”
“You can imagine my fear as a mother of seven when I was told we were the first shoot, on one of the busiest days of the school year,” she says.
There’s a lot more to getting a house ready to appear on the show than just cleaning it.
Jenny, who is married to a retired professional baseball player Nolan Reimoldsays she had to walk around the house to remove specific artwork and family photos because of potential copyright issues if they were shown on TV.
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“We also had to trim certain places like bookcases, dressers, toilets, and all countertop decorations,” she explains, explaining that “we were instructed that minimalist styling filmed better.”
Property Brothers Review: Accusations Against Property Brothers Are A Myth!
I haven’t told you about this yet, property brothers are in doubt. Their legitimacy is still under much doubt and unclear.
‘Property Brothers’, according to a TikTok video, is a hoax†
It is worth noting that the charges against Property Brothers have yet to be factually provenand no information on how accurate any of the claims are.
Another big request from the studios? Prepare for the big day by redecorating.
Jenny, a design enthusiast with a fledgling decorating business and a HomeGoods style guru, was lucky enough to already have a knack for embellishment.
“We were told that our house should be more ‘coastal’ in design,” she says.
“I went to HomeGoods at least three times for decorations, including white and aqua coral for the shelves, light blue blankets, and some fresh accent pillows for practically every room in our house,” she says.
Drew and Jonathan Scott: Property brothers are known for their sleek, contemporary home designs.
However, in the most recent episode of ‘Celebrity IOU’ they experiment with a new style.
Actor John C. Reilly begs the brothers to help him restore his friend Johnny’s cabin in Altadena, CA in the Season 4 episode “John C. Reilly’s Funky Cabin Makeover”.
When Jonathan and Drew first look at the 1920s structure, they find it filthy, has a sagging roof and is barely fit for storage.
Reilly is still determined to make this cottage a great meeting place.
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The exterior of this cabin may look like it’s made of logs, but it’s a wood veneer.
Reilly points out that the wood veneer can be superior to the real thing in several ways.
Reilly explains, “I’ve worked with wood veneers before.”
“They last much longer, are much easier to weatherproof, and still look like logs,” says the author.
As a result; pulled; Jonathan; and Reilly conserve as much veneer as possible and replace the parts that show the most wear and stress.
After the veneer is repaired; the brothers paint the new and old wood to match Johnny’s main house; making the new and old wood look more coherent.
“We love the shade Johnny chose for his primary residence.
It gives a log cabin a lot of refinement;” explains Drew.
“So we decided to align the two structures. That would give the building a lot of nice cohesion.”