The Property Brothers Have a Kohl’s Line So Cute We Want It All

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As if shooting weekly episodes of “Property Brothers,” running their real estate business, and wining and dining beautiful people such as Zooey Deschanel weren’t enough to keep them busy, Jonathan and Drew Scott have somehow found time to launch yet another enterprise: a new line of furnishings at Kohl’s called Scott Living.

Officially launched in October, this mix of modern home basics includes small furniture such as chairs and end tables, tons of kitchenware, bed and bath essentials, and even a few holiday accents for those itching to ring in some Christmas cheer early.

Bonnie Aunchman, an interior stylist in Massachusetts who specializes in styling magazine and catalog covers, says she is impressed by the line’s consistent style sensibility.

“I love that this entire collection shares a similar tone and color palette, from kitchen to bed to bath,” she says. “Also, I love that many of the pieces are solid colors or very subtle patterns, which make great staples for your home. These are classic pieces that will not go out of style.”

So if you’re in the mood to have a bit more “Property Brothers” in your life, take a look at some pieces in the Scott Living collection from Kohl’s that could fit right in with your home.

A two-tiered basket

Want to free up counter space? Try this two-tiered wall basket ($49) in the kitchen, bathroom, or beyond, to efficiently corral whatever you want to keep within easy reach.

“Use this one in the kitchen for fruit or snacks, in a home office for supplies, or in the bathroom for small towels or toiletries,” recommends Aunchman.

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A wall basket to free up counter space

A four-piece gilded glassware set

Not only will these glasses with gilded bands ($48) brighten up your kitchen—especially if you have glass-paned cabinets or open shelving—they can double as sweet vases for flowers or containers to hold pens and pencils in a home office.

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Pretty gold-rimmed glasses add flair.

A minimalist dinnerware set

This four-piece dinner plate set ($64) is a go-to for when you want to shake up your dining table without splurging on an expensive new set of dishes, and it can also work well with your existing pieces.

“I like that these sets are one color and not printed,” says Aunchman. “They’re timeless and great for every day, but you can also use them for special occasions.”

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The 16-piece set comes in blue, navy, or gray.

A cozy chenille throw

Can you ever really have too many blankets? Use these chenille rib decorative throws ($80) from the couch to the bedroom for warmth and style. They’re cozy and soft, come in five neutral colors, and add great texture to any room.

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Cozy blankets make perfect gifts.

A duo of round nesting tables

Made from solid wood with metal legs, this set of nested tables ($400) has a retro design that can blend into any living room style. Plus, the tables have a nice lip around the edges, helping to contain any potential spills.

“These are ideal for entertaining when you have guests,” says Aunchman. “You can always use extra tables for food and drinks, and these are beautiful.”

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Whip out these tables for entertaining made easy.

A comfy accent chair

The angular frame and retro-inspired design of this Chatham accent chair ($400) can shift modern or traditional depending on its surroundings. It would make a mighty fine addition to any home office.

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This comfy seat comes in gray or navy.

A velvety comforter set

The Lustre velvet comforter set ($220-$240) majorly adds to the glam factor of your master or guest bedroom, with a sharp geometric pattern that complements the luxuriously soft fabric.

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Transform your bedroom into a luxury hotel.

A ladder bookshelf

Sturdy yet sophisticated, the five-tier ladder bookshelf ($400) has a black finish and industrial X-brace detail (you know, to hold all those books you’ve probably never read). Or, use it in the bathroom to hold towels and flameless candles.

Stack ’em high on this sturdy piece.

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