Six Reasons You Can't Miss the 'Property Envy' Premiere
Real estate porn fans take note: the new series with Jeff Lewis kicks off tonight at 10/9c!
For all you design and real estate lovers out there, your Tuesday nights just got a whole lot better! Why? Because Bravo’s brand new design show, Property Envy, premieres tonight at 10/9c!
The 30-minute show features prominent designers and real-estate gurus—Brandie Malay, Jeff Lewis, Mary McDonald, and Stephen Collins—taking viewers through a tour of some of the country’s hottest, most luxurious (and most expensive) properties on the market.
Here are 6 reasons why you don’t want to miss it.
1. The Property…Duh!
If you're looking for a new home—or just like to feast your eyes on out-of-this-world real estate—the panel surveys gorgeous, eye-popping homes around the country and offers their expert opinions on the designs...and the price tags. The homes featured on episode one: a hidden concrete paradise in Beverly Hills, an isolated, one-bedroom artist's getaway in Idaho (it's Jeff Lewis' fave!), and a sprawling Moroccan-inspired oasis in the Palm Desert.
2. Justin Bieber, the Beckhams, and Ryan Seacrest Make an Appearance
Well...sort of. You'll have to tune in to see what we mean.
3. The Eye Candy
Yes, the properties are hot, but we’re actually talking about the panelists. Brandie Malay, Jeff Lewis, Mary McDonald and Stephen Collins? We love the houses and the hosts.
4. Did We Mention the Property?
5. The Host Has More British Charm Than the Royal Family
We are suckers for a good accent, and Property Envy host Stephen Collins fits the bill. Hailing from London, England, Collins is easy on the eyes, and on the ears. Not to mention he’s got a great eye for design.
6. More Jeff Lewis Than Ever!
From his snark to his love-hate relationship with, well, pretty much everyone to his impeccable sense of design, we can never get enough of Jeff Lewis. And now he's got two fabulous shows on Tuesday.
Make sure you tune in to Property Envy tonight at 10/9c! And check out a preview of the show below: