Brother vs. Brother: How does Jonathan Scott's style differ from Drew's?
The hunky real estate brothers behind the hit show Property Brothers might look the same, but each has a style that's uniquely his. Tell us, whose style do you like better?
Jonathan and Drew Scott are used to working closely together. The twin brothers star in popular home renovation and real estate shows Property Brothers, Buying & Selling and Brother vs. Brother. After spending so much time working together, one would expect their styles to mesh together.
While the Scott brothers have a lot of similarities (ahem, and we don't just mean their handsome looks), each has a design style of their own. The brothers see eye to eye when it comes to having a minimalist feel in their design preference, but each likes to put a unique spin on the space.
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"I've coined my style as 'elegantly eclectic,'" Jonathan tells us. "I love having conversation pieces in my designs — pieces that I pick up from my travels — so there's a story behind each one."
"I like having something with a very minimalistic sort of feel, which Drew is very much that way, but also, still having character, so lots of vintage pieces in my designs," Jonathan explains.
"Drew likes to keep things very clean and modern. I like to have things a little bit more vintage."
Jonathan sums up the main differences between the two: "Drew is also more of a condo guy. I'm more of a 'like to have a backyard' guy."
See our picks for each brother and tell us, which do you prefer?
Jonathan's elegantly eclectic style
- We see Jonathan hanging artwork from favorite travel destinations like this iconic Big Ben print with vintage flair (Lampsplus.com, $117).
- This geometric pendant with a vintage-looking Edison bulb gives eclectic charm (Dwell Studio, $936).
- We picture Jonathan kicking back at home in a cozy vintage-looking leather recliner with modern appeal (Arhaus, $1,999).
- Since he's known to rock some styling plaid shirts, we see him staying warm with this plaid throw (Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., $120).
- A firepit is a must for outdoor gatherings in the backyard, and this log carrier with vintage flair is a stylish way to carry the wood (Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., $48).
Drew's clean and modern style
- A framed New York skyline photo is the perfect wall art option for urban dwellers (AllPosters.com, $130).
- This sleek two-piece sectional offers plenty of seating for condo living (Crate and Barrel, $2,399).
- A polished chrome arc floor lamp adds the right dose of ambient lighting in a stylish bachelor's pad (Lampsplus.com, $360).
- This menswear-inspired pinstripe gray wallpaper reminds us of how super-sharp Drew always looks in his suits (JustPaperIt.com, $15).
- Drew is known for his sleek, modern look, and we picture him kicking up his designer shoes in this sexy Barcelona lounge chair and ottoman (Smart Furniture, $5,271).