'Property Brothers: Forever Home': Misty and Steve seek the Scott Brothers' help to renovate their ninth home
The Property Brothers were able to tick all the boxes from the wishlist and give them a renovation of their dreams
Wednesday's episode of 'Property Brothers: Forever Home' saw the Scott Brothers: Jonathan and Andrew "Drew" carry out a renovation on a family's house. Steve and Misty had just purchased a ranch-style house, this was the ninth house that they had settled into. The couple and their four children moved in, and out of eight houses, growing out of each one of them. They'd finally found a house that would be fit to accommodate every one of them and even though they believed that it was perfect, there were still some issues that needed to be sorted out for which they enlisted the help of the Property Brothers.
Steve and Misty were big on hosting huge family parties. With five generations of their family in the same city as theirs, Christmas and Thanksgiving were a sizeable affair and the couple loved taking the onus to open up their home to bring the entire extended family together. However, none of their previous homes allowed them to do so without causing hiccups. Their new home had enough square-footage to fulfill their dream of hosting festive soirées but the choppy layout was something that needed to be worked on.
Steve and Misty had a wishlist ready to turn their ninth house into a forever home. They needed a movie room for their kids where all of them could snuggle and catch up on Holiday classics. Misty had a thing for fireplaces and she needed one in the house. She also loved a large round dining table that could seat at least eight people. She believed round tables were better for dinner conversations. Steve wanted rope accents around the house, the fixtures that hung by the wall in their current home were metal and he wanted it swapped with rope. Other requirements included a large kitchen island, light countertops with less veining and a double oven that the couple could bake huge batches of cinnamon rolls for Christmas.
Another important requirement was that the layout of their house could be in a way that was suited to make it accessible for their son who had Russell Silver Syndrome. One of the things he faced difficulty with was stairs. The living room in this house was sunken and there was a short flight of stairs that they had to use to access the space. The couple needed everything on one story to accommodate the needs of their son. The budget that they'd set aside for the same was $150,000. The Property Brothers were able to tick all the boxes from the wishlist and give them a renovation of their dreams. Not just that they were able to do this in $139,000, saving $11,000 from the total budget.
'Property Brothers: Forever Home' airs Wednesdays at 9 pm ET on HGTV.