Meet and greet HGTV’s ‘Unsellable Houses’ twin sister stars in Snohomish on Friday

Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis have made Lamb & Co. a #twinwin home-selling, home-goods brand.

Twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb (left) and Leslie Davis (right), co-hosts of HGTV’s “Unsellable Houses”. (Photo provided)

Twin sisters Lyndsay Lamb (left) and Leslie Davis (right), co-hosts of HGTV’s “Unsellable Houses”. (Photo provided)

SNOHOMISH — You’ve seen them on TV. Now you can see them in real life.

Snohomish twins Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, co-hosts of “Unsellable Houses” on HGTV, will have a meet-and-greet 3-5 p.m. Friday.

The free event is at their store, Lamb & Co., at 801 First St., which has products from their series and many other items.

The fourth season of “Unsellable Houses” is set to air this summer. The show focuses on homes and people in Snohomish County, with scenes from attractions and personal glimpses of everyday life.

The store is one of the offshoots of their Lamb & Co. brand, which includes a nearby real estate business, design center and Feathered Ballroom wedding venue in Snohomish, where the twins grew up and are raising their families. A warehouse in Everett stocks inventory for sales and staging.

The Lamb & Co. store has home decor, totes, jewelry and furniture.

“A lot of the products in the store were used in the homes that will be featured on the show, so it will feel like a ‘sneak peek,’” said Becca Weber, marketing spokesperson.

Shoppers get a 15% off discount on purchases during the Friday event.

The twins were “discovered” six years ago when their YouTube car karaoke videos caught the attention of TV producers.

The plot of “Unsellable Houses” is that the sisters invest their own money into renovating the home, then split the profit over the list price with the seller, who is part of the show. As they put it: “Win-win, twin-win!”

Episodes in the new season were shot on location in Everett, Mill Creek, Snohomish, Bothell and Lake Stevens. A Shoreline home is the King County exception.

The store has T-shirts for $25, with designs such as #twinwin and the retro Volkswagens the twins drive on and off the show.

Andrea Brown: 425-339-3443;; Twitter: @reporterbrown.

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