IRVING, TEXAS — For nearly a decade, beloved TV personalities, entrepreneurs, and design and real estate experts Drew and Jonathan Scott have created memorable home designs for clients, both onscreen and off. Now, in collaboration with The Michaels Companies, Inc. (NASDAQ: MIK) — North America’s largest arts and crafts specialty retailer — the Scott brothers are launching their first-ever Scott Living custom frame program, to help customers showcase their mementos, masterpieces and anything else they can dream up.
Though the Scott Living custom-frame program debuts in Michaels stores across the United States and Canada in early March, Michael’s has long been a favorite destination for professional, high quality framing. As the largest custom framer in North America, Michaels has built more than 20 million custom frames, from artwork and family photos to sentimental keepsakes.
“We are thrilled to expand our assortment of custom frames to include designs from Jonathan and Drew Scott,” said Steve Carlotti, Michaels’ executive vice president for marketing.
The Scott Living custom frames include meticulous detailing and quality finishes. The versatile program is intended to allow anyone to find the perfect frame to complement their space beautifully, according to a statement from Scott Living.
The Scott brothers collaborated on the designs, drawing on their personal aesthetics and pulling inspiration from rich, natural materials. The result is a range of nearly four dozen stunning options, spotlighting unique wood grain, shagreen and pebbled textures, refined stone, and satiny slate. Many of the finishes are paired with metallic accents that range from bold solids to accents in gold, silver, bronze and copper tones and more.
“Drew and I are constantly on the search for inspiration that we can translate into unique and approachable home décor stories,” said Jonathan. “And, our program with Michaels provides the perfect framework to showcase these influences while celebrating the discoveries of others.”
Drew adds, “It’s a treat to be working with Michaels as its custom framing craftsmanship has always been best in class, and we believe the Scott Living custom frames add a special new dimension to the existing assortment and aesthetic.”
To find more information on the Scott Living custom-framing program, along with other design inspiration, visit www.michaels.com.
The Michaels Companies, Inc., is a Fortune 500 Company and North America’s largest specialty provider of arts, crafts, framing, floral, wall décor, and seasonal merchandise for Makers and do-it-yourself home decorators, the company said in its statement.
As of October 28, 2017, the Michaels Companies owned and operated 1,371 stores in 49 states and Canada under the brands Michaels, Aaron Brothers and Pat Catan’s. The Michaels Companies also owns Artistree, a manufacturer of high quality specialty framing merchandise, and Darice, a premier wholesale distributor in the craft, gift and decor industry. The Michaels Companies, Inc. produces a number of private brands including Recollections, Studio Decor, Bead Landing, Creatology, Ashland, Celebrate It, ArtMinds, Artist’s Loft, Craft Smart, Loops & Threads, Make Market, Foamies, LockerLookz, Imagin8, and Sticky Sticks. Learn more about Michaels at www.michaels.com.
The Scott brothers are multi-faceted entrepreneurs, authors and television personalities. They are also the co-founders of Scott Brothers Global, which includes Scott Living and Scott Brothers Entertainment. Scott Living is their collection of home goods, which includes indoor furniture, décor, textiles and bedding. Scott Living is available at a variety of North American retailers, including Amazon, QVC and Lowe’s.
The Scott brothers are hosts of multiple, top-rated HGTV series, including the Emmy-nominated Property Brothers, Brother vs. Brother and Property Brothers at Home, among others. Their shows are enjoyed by millions of viewers in more than 150 countries, and their books, “Dream Home” and “It Takes Two: Our Story,” are listed as bestsellers with the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. In 2017, the brothers were named Habitat Humanitarians, the highest recognition offered by Habitat for Humanity. For more information about Scott Living, visit the website scottlivinghome.com.
— Business Wire
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