Before + After: Tour Drew Scott and Linda Phan's New Home in Los Angeles
BEFORE: ATTIC PATIO
Drew Scott and Linda Phan are HGTV official! The longtime couple, who got engaged last December, are hard at work renovating their Los Angeles home on the 5-episode series, Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House.
On the series finale, Drew and Linda, alongside Jonathan Scott, completely overhauled the landscaping and remodeled an unusable rooftop patio to create the ultimate outdoor entertaining hub.
AFTER: ROOFTOP DECK
“The new balcony is over 700 square feet,” Drew told PEOPLE of the glass fence-enclosed area atop the master suite that includes a dining zone, seating spots and even a hot tub, all overlooking Los Angeles. “It is an insane party deck,” Jonathan added.
The overgrown backyard needed some serious work to become livable (and to compete with the dreamy exteriors at their Las Vegas abode).
Thanks to a lot of gardening and a little elbow grease, the backyard now includes a privacy fence, patio and spa-like pool for a stunning year-round escape.
The garage was practically hidden beneath the unkempt greenery in Drew and Linda’s former backyard.
The view from the black-and-white tiled patio shows that the structure was restored to its former glory, and also offers an alternate look into their unbelievable outdoor space.
“We’ve put into it everything we possibly can,” Drew said of his now complete home. “We can enjoy it now and we can enjoy it as our family grows.”
BEFORE: BUTLER'S PANTRY
In last week's epsiode, Drew, Jonathan and Linda made some major changes to the layout of their home in order to transform the original butler's pantry, kitchen and laundry room into a super chic guest suite for Jonathan and his longtime girlfriend Jacinta Kuznetsov. The crew also overhauled two additional bedrooms for when the rest of their family comes to visit.
AFTER: JONATHAN'S GUEST SUITE
The luxe living area of Jonathan and Jacinta's suite boasts a fireplace, cozy couch and wall-mounted TV. "I'm excited to overstay our welcome," Kuznetsov said during the epsiode.
Walls of cabinetry and outdated appliances got the nix in favor of a more functional setup for Drew and Linda's favorite guests.
AFTER: JONATHAN'S GUEST KITCHEN
Although Drew originally forgot to include a window, they were able to remove the wall and build it back in, bringing bountiful light into the cozy dining area.
BEFORE: DINING AREA
Knocking down walls to make the most of their square footage was the highest priority when crafting the ultimate guest retreatout of the former eat-in kitchen area.
AFTER: JONATHAN'S GUEST BEDROOM
Jonathan and Jacinta's room now includes a four-poster bed, bench seating and sconces for a space that puts any hotel room to shame.
BEFORE: GUEST ROOM #1
Red carpet (not the kind that Jonathan and Jacinta waltzed down together at the Emmys) and an old-fashioned light fixture gave off an eery vibe in this room.
AFTER: GUEST ROOM
Now, the brothers' mom, Joanne, and dad, Jim — or one of Linda's four siblings — have a glam sleeping space when they come visit Drew and his bride-to-be.
The original walk-through closet took up space without adding any function to the second floor.
AFTER: GUEST BATHROOM
By stealing a few feet from one of the bedrooms, the Scotts were able to craft a jack-and-jill bathroom residents of both upper level areas can enjoy.
BEFORE: GUEST ROOM #2
It was dingy carpet and outdated wallpaper as far as the eye could see in this spare room.
AFTER: J.D.'S ROOM
A feature wall with a green, patterned covering, new hardwood floors and brass details spruce up what will now function as older brother J.D.'s home away from home.
BEFORE: THE MASTER BEDROOM
In the third week's episode, Drew, Linda and Jonathan broke ground on a large-scale addition to their property, which would get rid of this oddly shaped outdoor space in favor of a massive master suite. “One of the things I love about Drew and Linda is they always put the needs of others ahead of their own,” Jonathan said. “This part of the renovation is special to me because it’s my chance to put them first.”
AFTER: THE MASTER BEDROOM
Dark paint, chosen by Linda, and jewel-tone accents carry the Art-Deco theme into their luxe sleeping space. White bedding and large windows ensure it doesn’t skew too moody. “It’s black but when the light hits it a certain way it has a slight tinge of blue to it and I love how it creates a mood,” Drew told PEOPLE.
BEFORE: THE MASTER BATHROOM
A spare bedroom straight from the seventies occupied what's now the master bathroom. Linda couldn’t part with the bold wallpaper, though — she saved a few sheets and used the patterns for custom pillow covers.
AFTER: THE MASTER BATHROOM
After replacing the flower power vibe with two types of geometric tile, gold accents and a statement tub, the master bathroom now exudes the spa-like feel the couple hoped for. Accessed through double-doors from the bedroom, it’s the ultimate relaxation hub.
BEFORE: THE CRAFT ROOM
Another spare room boasted a floral wall covering that wasn’t exactly of-the-moment. Luckily, Linda had big plans to give it fresh life.
AFTER: THE CRAFT ROOM
Bold patterns on the wall and rug, plus the collection of bright art prints, ensure her DIY station is the most energized room in the house. A curtain rod for ribbons, floating shelves for accessories and a row of nightstands stacked side-by-side can house all of her materials. “Linda is the most creative person I know,” Jonathan said, adding she “deserves to have her craft room.”
That said, the bride-to-be has graciously offered to sacrifice the space when it’s time for a Property baby. “I’m willing to give up my craft room for the nursery,” she told PEOPLE.
Drew Scott and Linda Phan's New Love Nest
In last week's episode, the trio took on the kitchen remodel. Although the couple liked the idea of the existing porch, shown here, they decided to nix the structure in lieu of an expanded kitchen space for their traditional bake-offs.
AFTER: THE KITCHEN
A statement hood, a row of curved glass windows and plenty of seating for friends and family create an elegant but welcoming vibe in the new cook space.
BEFORE: THE DINING ROOM
The original dining area was decently sized, but an awkward layout made it feel closed in. The crew all agreed that knocking down a few walls was the best way to make it feel light and bright.
AFTER: THE DINING ROOM
Although Drew and Jonathan were at odds about whether to choose a straight or round table, Drew ultimately came out on top with his rectangular piece taking center stage. Situated just off the kitchen, it’s now the ultimate entertaining space for the couple. “This is a hub for our family and friends to hang out,” Drew told PEOPLE. “Everything has all these little touches to make people really feel at home.”
BEFORE: THE DEN
During the premiere episode, Drew, Jonathan and Linda overhauled the entryway, den and living room of their 5-bed, 3-bath property. And as this 'Before' photo of the future den goes to show, the trio had their remodeling work cut out for them.
AFTER: THE DEN
The Scott’s older brother J.D. and Linda’s sister April joined in the inaugural reveal tour of the downstairs’ makeovers with the first stop being the newly designed den. Nods to the brothers' dad Jim’s office in their childhood home — like the tufted leather chair and wood desk — add a personal touch to the chic space.
BEFORE: THE LIVING ROOM
The original living space in the 1921 build needed a few cosmetic upgrades and some custom detailing for it to achieve Drew and Linda’s “Old-World Hollywood” vision.
AFTER: THE LIVING ROOM
The living room now exudes that aesthetic, with the stone fireplace paying homage to the original build’s unique shape, as well as a special finishing touch from Linda. “We wanted a TV, but we didn’t want it to detract from the design,” Drew told PEOPLE. “Linda ended up coming up with the best idea: She found a TV that’s mounted behind a mirror, and it literally just looks like a piece of wall art.”
BEFORE: THE ENTRY
Much to Drew and Linda’s disappointment, the original staircase couldn’t be restored due to termite damage on almost every tread.
AFTER: THE ENTRY
Luckily, the original banister could be salvaged thanks to Jonathan's expert eye, adding historic charm to the super luxe entryway that also includes herringbone-patterned wood floors and custom spindles that complete the staircase’s classic look.
Property Brothers at Home: Drew’s Honeymoon House airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on HGTV. Visit HGTV.com/Brothers for more even more info about the renovation and the couple's wedding planning process.