This Is The Closest Thing To Actually Having The Property Brothers Renovate Your Home

published Oct 30, 2018
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You want to redecorate your living room, but you don’t know where to start. Do you decide on a color palette first and then choose your furnishings, or wait to find a staple piece you can’t do without and stem inspiration from there? And if the later, with every furniture website having endless pages of products, how do you decide?

Once they realized how complicated it is for fans to make these decisions, HGTV’s Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott created a new service called Casaza. With Pinterest-meets-e-design vibes, the platform is meant to simplify the transformation process by assisting the project from start to finish.

The brothers celebrated their latest venture on Monday with a pop-up living room in NYC, where they demonstrated a before-and-after experience that allowed locals and tourists alike to preview what their design service can provide.

“We understand how overwhelming and intimidating home design and renovation projects can be,” said Drew. “Whether you are designing from the ground-up, or re-imagining a tired space, Casaza simplifies the process of bringing elevated design to life. We give you the tools and confidence to bring it home.”

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There are multiple options to choose from. “Coffee With” is where designers share everything from DIY advice to what they feel is the trend right now. “House of Casaza” is the place to go for finding gifts within a certain price range, and “How-To” is exactly what it sounds like—where burning design questions are answered.

But for those who desire first-hand help, there will be a professional home assessment service rolling out called Casaza Pro. This option will offer elevated assistance that include but aren’t limited to home measurement and Casaza-branded home warranty products for protecting your home.

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“Knowledge is power when it comes to home design,” said Jonathan. “Whether you’re kicking off a DIY project or hiring a professional, you’ll now have advice from top designers and home improvement experts at your side, every step of the way.”

To find out more about Casaza, check out their official website here.