The Property Brothers Debut a Furniture Line with Lowe's

The Property Brothers Debut a Furniture Line with Lowe's

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Tara Bellucci
Aug 1, 2017

Is there anything the Property Brothers won't try? Ever-popular celebrity twins Drew and Jonathan Scott tackle home renovations and makeovers on their plethora of HGTV shows, have a country band, and today they've announced that they've created a furniture line. The brothers teamed up with home improvement retailer Lowe's for their first ever collection, called Scott Living.

"The Scott Living furniture collection blends our livable-chic style with thoughtful details and good value," said Jonathan Scott in a press release.

From what we're seeing, "livable-chic" translates to a mix of mid-century inspired, rustic, traditional, and glam pieces that could work within a variety of decor styles and spaces. There are healthy doses of velvet and lucite balanced with natural wood and metals, with a hairpin leg or four thrown in for good measure.

The items—of which there are hundreds across a variety of categories and rooms—are available on the Lowe's website, both browsable as individual products and set up in collections as a "digital showroom," with each of the brothers featuring a signature look for each room.

"With an assortment of furnishings and accents, homeowners can pick and choose the perfect layout to match their individual style," added Drew Scott. "We're excited about the digital showroom on Lowes.com and hope our tips and insight will inspire our fans to be bold and try new things with their spaces."

Prices range from $113 for an office chair to $1,726 for a sectional, with many sofas under $800 (side note: Lowe's offers free shipping on purchases over $50). We picked out a few of our favorites items from the collection below:

Scott Living will also be on view later in August at Lowe's stores in the Chelsea and Upper West Side neighborhoods of New York City, and is available now on the Lowe's website.

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