Is a plaid shirt the only dead give-away sign that helps you tell HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott, apart? Well soon there'll be another way to differentiate between the TV star twins — a wedding ring. Realtor Drew Scott is engaged to fiancé Linda Phan (Creative Director of Scott Brothers Entertainment); and the lead up to the couple's nuptials is now the premise behind the Property Brothers new spin-off show on HGTV (the brothers have six spin-offs to their credit).
HGTV just announced details of the much anticipated, Property Brothers at Home: Drew's Honeymoon House, and we're dishing. The show will detail the renovation of Drew and Linda's newly-purchased Los Angeles home. The catch? Well, as per usual, the brothers will have just a few weeks to finish the project — this time, so that Drew and Linda can throw a pre-wedding party at their new place.
The four-part series will feature both Drew and contractor brother Jonathan working on the 3,400-square foot home, with Linda involved in overseeing the home's decor. So what kind of home does a Property Brother buy, you ask? A glamorous 1920s home with Tudor style accents — the historic details of which the brothers will work on restoring while also giving the house necessary modern updates. A sneak peek at some "before" photos on HGTV's website reveal a pink Art Deco bathroom, as well as outdated floral wallpaper in the kitchen. For the renovated home, the couple is going for "an Old Hollywood glam" and "Art Deco design style."
With its very personal slant, Drew's Honeymoon House aims to truly be a family affair. In fact, the rest of Drew and Jonathan's family will also make appearances on the new spin-off. That means Drew and Jonathan's mom and dad, Jim and Joanne, as well as their older brother, JD will, no doubt, be bringing more of the signature Scott antics to a TV screen near you.
Drew's Honeymoon House premieres on November 22 at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV.