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Post by atem on Wed 10 Dec - 1:26

Drew Scott will be having a live chat on Facebook before the movie https://www.facebook.com/events/684346601677957/
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Post by GuardianAngel on Wed 10 Dec - 13:23

Thanks atem!


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Post by albean99 on Mon 22 Dec - 1:26

california90 wrote:I looove Property Brothers on HGTV and I didn't know that Jonathan Scott was asked to be on The Bachelor! I'd soooo sign up if that werethe case  http://parade.com/302032/ashleighschmitz/5-things-you-didnt-know-about-property-brothers-star-jonathan-scott/ (but he turned it down)

stuckinsc wrote:Drew was an actor in a Hallmark movie this season.  I love Jonathan too and on the new Property Brothers at Home, they said that Drew has a girlfriend, but Jonathan doesn't.



california90 wrote:I didn't know Drew still did acting? Although they were meant for TV in some ways. Now that Drew has a girlfriend, I'm curious as to when Jonathan will too cause he was married before.


I brought these from the General Chit Chat thread since we have one for HGTV. I like Drew & Jonathan also and didn't know that they started out acting. They seem to be doing very well these days.


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Post by california90 on Mon 22 Dec - 1:35

(oh excuse me, i didnt realize we had a HGTV forum!)

They do seem to doing well- seem very workaholics, but I guess that is good!

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Post by GuardianAngel on Mon 28 Dec - 22:14

They have a Tiny House Big Living marathon all day long. I've been watching it for the last several hours off and on. A 20 yr old girl built one with the help of her Dad. Mortgage free and all for $12,000 with everything modern and new. I like minimal living, and this new craze IMO is a brilliant idea to owning your own home. (Not good for my business, but what the hey)

The first time I saw this was several years ago, and I thought how can anyone live in that. It was mostly reclaimed supplies that didn't look that great. Several years later, they are really using their imagination to make it work.


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Post by albean99 on Mon 28 Dec - 23:47

I've watched a few of those shows, GA. I see the benefit but don't think I want to do that. About the smallest I'd consider is a condo but no plans on leaving our house. We already downsized 4 years ago.


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Post by Guest on Tue 29 Dec - 0:14

The tinist house I would want is like a shipping contain turn into a 1 bed room house, as long as it is well insulated for the winter, laugh out loud. These houses are too tiny for me. Love the ideas the guy has though his is a genius, very creative.

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Post by Sprite on Tue 29 Dec - 13:43

Some of the tiny houses are not quite as tiny...400sq ft. That is doable. I find the ones that they can just hitch up to a truck and move are smaller. It's a great idea but not necessarily for someone getting older. Trying to get up to some of those lofts is not exactly practical for seniors. I do enjoy seeing just how innovative the designers can get and the storage ideas are very practical. There was one where a couple built a regular one bedroom on a vineyard. It was about 400 sq ft and beautifully done. I would live there in a heartbeat!
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Post by albean99 on Thu 18 Aug - 13:38

This is an interesting article for fans of Fixer Upper. It seems that some are using their homes as vacation rentals and the show may change the contract signed by purchasers to include that. I can't say I blame them although
Fixer Upper houses becoming popular vacation rentals.

This is also interesting and she has some links if you want more, like how to apply to be on the show.

http://hookedonhouses.net/2016/03/28/10-things-you-wanted-to-know-about-fixer-upper-on-hgtv/




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