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Tepperman’s debuts Drew & Jonathan in holiday catalogue

 7 November 2022     Michael J. Knell 

WINDSOR, Ontario – Tepperman’s has begun flooring its first-ever celebrity furniture collection with the debut of an exclusive collection from Drew and Jonathan Scott in its 2022 annual holiday catalogue, which will arrive in homes across southwestern Ontario this week.

Natives of Vancouver, the Scott brothers are currently the hosts of Property Brothers Forever, Home on HGTV Canada

In announcing the addition to their product assortment, the six-unit furniture, mattress, appliance and electronics retailer said the Drew & Jonathan Home collection reflects the brother’s commitment to helping customers create the perfect space for the people they love.

Members of the team from Tepperman’s are seen here at the recent High Point Market with celebrity design duo Jonathan and Drew Scott (back row) of Property Brothers fame. The retailer will debut their new furniture collection in this year’s holiday catalogue. The team from Tepperman’s includes Nicole Jones (centre) and chief operating officer Masoud Negad (right).Drew & Jonathan Home’s elevated pieces are inspired by our personal experiences as well as those we’ve had while helping others transform their family homes into beautiful and joyful spaces,” Drew Scott said in a statement. “Our journey and theirs are intertwined, which results in better, more useful products for everyone.”

“With Drew & Jonathan Home, we’re showcasing designs derived from our life experiences and the stories we’ve collected along the way,” Jonathan Scott added. “Our partners understand that and have been truly supportive in helping us bring our stories to life through these collections.”

The Tepperman’s Holidays at Home catalogue features luxurious yet practical essentials for every budget and every room in the home – from buy more save more offers on bespoke appliance packages to Drew & Jonathan Home’s Southern California-inspired upholstery pieces in relaxed, neutral tones.

“We’re thrilled to have the largest Drew & Jonathan Home collection in Southwestern Ontario, said Andrew Tepperman, third generation president of the 97-year-old family owned-and-operated retailer. “With our 0% interest payment plans, this casual, modern and refined collection from Canada’s most recognizable home renovation experts is now within reach for our customers.”

Drew & Jonathan Home is currently the only celebrity endorsed furniture collection on the floor at Tepperman’s, Nicole Jones, director of furniture merchandising, told Home Goods Online, adding it wasn’t their celebrity status that attracted her team to the line.

“It’s truly about the quality of the products,” she said. “When the opportunity to evaluate the product line came to our attention, we worked together to identify if there was an opportunity, first with the product and then with the brand.

The leather Arabella sofa chaise is the centerpiece of Drew & Jonathan Home’s Denman collection. Inspired by the Scott brothers’ upbringing in the Pacific Northwest, it’s classic in design, larger in scale and features deeper profiles. It will also be featured on the floor at Tepperman’s during the upcoming Holiday Season.“Ultimately the answer was yes,” she continued, adding, “They’re North America’s most recognizable home renovation experts and they have an elevated sense of design and style that we wanted to bring to our customers. The product is on-trend and presents great values for the styles / looks that are different but an extension of our current product assortment. The brothers are also relatable with our customer base and they’re family-focused, just like Tepperman’s.”

Jones also believes Tepperman’s values align nicely with those of the Scott brothers.

“We share a customer-first approach, and we want to offer furniture that is beautiful but also created with intention and is truly liveable. The collection we’re carrying is modern and refined but also casual enough to suit the everyday needs of our customers,” she said, adding, “It’s elevated but approachable. The brothers have multiple brands across many home improvement categories, so they are known/available out in the marketplace already (even outside of their TV personalities) and it brings a level of brand recognition to Tepperman’s as well.”

Currently there are no plans for the brothers to make personal appearances at any of Tepperman’s six locations across southwestern Ontario. 

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This HGO article was written by:
Michael J. Knell
Michael J. Knell

Michael is the publisher and editor of Home Goods Online. A seasoned business journalist, he has researched and written about the furniture, mattress and major appliance industries in both Canada and the United States for the past three decades.

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