As if we needed further proof that HGTV's Property Brothers are a fixer upper force to be reckoned with, the trailblazing twins have found yet another way to put their signature design skills to use.
Recently, Jonathan and Drew Scott added a custom frame program at Michaels to their growing list of business ventures, which includes a furniture line with Lowe's and a collection of fabrics. Needless to say, their latest endeavor is sure to boost the Property Brothers' net worth while simultaneously increasing the number of homes filled with stylish custom frames.
The Scott Living Custom Frame program's featured frames are a result of the brothers' individual aesthetics combined with inspiration drawn from natural materials. Customers can choose from nearly four dozen frame options comprised of various materials like wood grain, refined stone and slate. Those textures are exquisitely complemented by metallic accents offered in gold, silver, bronze and copper tones.
Praised for its versatility by Michaels EVP of Marketing Steve Carlotti, the Scott Living Custom Frame program debuted in Michaels stores across the US and Canada on March 2.
"We are thrilled to expand our assortment of custom frames to include designs from Jonathan and Drew Scott. The Scott Living custom frames have everything from meticulous detailing to quality finishes, making the program so versatile anyone can find a piece to complement their space beautifully," said Carlotti.
In their new collaboration with the largest arts and crafts specialty retailer in the US, the Scott brothers hope to add their special spark to Michaels' existing custom framing program. Michaels has been expanding their decor options, recently having debuted furniture.
"Drew and I are constantly on the search for inspiration that we can translate into unique and approachable home décor stories," Jonathan said in a press release. "And, our program with Michaels provides the perfect framework to showcase these influences while celebrating the discoveries of others."
Great! Now all we need is a design collection inspired by the Property brothers' country music band, or a new song, whichever comes first.