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Drew + Jonathan REVEAL

Holiday 2021

Drew and Jonathan Scott, AKA the hosts of HGTV’s The Property Brothers, are two of the world’s most beloved design experts. Their new magazine, Drew + Jonathan REVEAL, adopts their “dream big” mentality but centers around small, achievable changes readers can make that result in major impact. Revealing design inspo, entertaining ideas, travel destinations, wellness advice, tech and home products, and plenty of stories from the Scott brothers’ celebrity friends, this magazine translates Drew and Jonathan’s delightful guy-next-door energy onto the printed page. “It all starts at home”—but it doesn’t end there!

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Meredith Corporation
Frequency:
Quarterly
$13.26(Incl. tax)
$26.54(Incl. tax)
4 Issues

in this issue

4 min
letter from the editor(s)

Cheers to creating coziness wherever you can, through moments with family, friends, and furry companions. There’s a certain bustle and buzz in our houses around this time of year. A sense of rushing to finish work so that we can get to the main event: getting cozy under a blanket (or four), watching our favorite movies in front of a roaring fire, and having a mug of hot chocolate nearby. Enjoying this moment and all the warmth this time can bring—the calm before the beautiful storm of the holidays—becomes our focus as soon as a chill hits the air. This season brings us back to once upon a time when the three of us Scott brothers were actually cute and could truly get away with wearing adorable flannel pajama onesies for movie…

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1 min
behind the issue

Sink into the sofa or pull up a pouf—it’s our Cozy Issue! ’Tis the season, after all, and as you prep and pregame for the holidays, we’re here to help make your home warm and wonderful for your family and guests. Take a designer’s holiday home tour, steal the brothers’ favorite dining room ideas, upgrade your guest room, or try our formula for a lovely mantel (at the holidays or any time). Full of calm, inviting colors and rooms both festive and warm, the whole issue is a hygge-riffic hug from all of us to you. Happy (almost) holidays!…

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2 min
bro & a

What’s your favorite way to warm up a chilly night? D Jumping into bed by 8 P.M. and throwing on a movie—plus hot cocoa. J Blanket, sofa, snuggles in front of the fire. Music and popcorn help too. What’s the coziest piece of clothing you’ve ever owned? D I love all my grandpa sweaters! But I also have this set of bamboo pajamas from Cozy Earth that are ridiculously soft. J My Aviator Nation hoodies are the most comfortable. Other than that…my robe. It’s like being at a spa. What do you call them: slippers or house shoes? D Slippers! Found my cool knit ones on Etsy, if anyone needs suggestions. J They’re my grandpa slippers, and I’m proud of them. What scent makes you think of the holidays? D Pumpkin pie! J Cinnamon and gingerbread. I’m instantly transported to Christmas. What’s a Thanksgiving dish you appreciate more as an…

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8 min
holiday gift guide

FOR THE maker FOR THE homebody FOR THE outdoorsy FOR THE do-gooder FOR THE entertainer PERFECT FOR stockings LETTERING BY JOEL HOLLAND; PROP STYLING BY ALEX BRANNIAN. ALL OTHER IMAGES COURTESY OF THE BRANDS. EYE PILLOW AND INCENSE: PHOTOGRAPHS BY VICTOR PROTASIO; PROP STYLING BY AUDREY DAVIS.…

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2 min
brady tolbert

1 HOME AGAIN A special part of the history of the couple’s new-to-them home: The 1958 mid-century was built by the father of the previous owner. It stayed in their family until now, making Brady and Jason only the second owners—so luckily for them, much of the original charm, such as the quirky built-ins and stained glass, is still intact. 2 PALETTE PERFECT Look at Brady’s Instagram grid, and the first thing that hits you is, this guy loves neutrals! His go-to: sophisticated grays, blacks, whites, and creams paired with natural materials, clean lines, and interesting details. 3 BACK TO BASICS Even simple materials can make a statement (and help you stay on budget), says the designer. “I was so inspired when I visited Two Hands restaurant in Austin, where they used white 4x4 tiles…

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3 min
a new look for nooks

Let’s face it: Getting the whole family around the dinner table is not easy. Schedules are filling up again, office commutes look different, and a standard dinner hour can be hard to lock in every night of the week. In this respect, home design hasn’t kept up with modern living, and we often see neglected dining rooms used for toy and furniture storage, or as utility rooms for grown-ups, where papers cover an underutilized table. We hear the same line from many of the families we work with. They love the idea of their formal dining room in theory, but in practice, they use it only for holidays and special occasions. In homes that predate the open-plan trend, dining rooms are often walled off from common areas like kitchens and living…

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