Nicole and her team start renovations in the living room of the 14 Mile home, where they recreate the beautiful old staircase and frame the windows in oak to match the original design. . Work on the living room of the newlyweds' 1920s home includes restoring beat-up hardwood floors and replacing built-in furniture that has been torn out. Host Nicole Curtis also explores an unusual option for expanding one of the house's small bedrooms, and attends a tax auction, hoping to bid on her next project. Rec'd her new book today, Better than New, and am motivated to finish it and begin seeing her again on tv.
The series premiere features Nicole as she tackles the renovation of two Detroit houses at the same time - the Ferndale house and the 14 Mile property, which has been gutted of its original fixtures and charm. So impressed with her stamina, work ethic and attention to detail as she carefully renovates all the homes shown thus far. Whether it's managing her rugged crew or wrangling city officials, this single mom wields her hammer with skill and returns condemned properties to their place as the pride of the neighborhood. It brought back memories of the programs that showcased the homes she was writing about. I enjoyed every page of her book. Sign up to track down the show's status and its release date.
Nicole is amazing to watch and I have learned a respect for repurposing instead of sending to the landfill. During the eight-episode series, Nicole and her team save historic homes in Detroit and restore them to their stately beauty. Share I'm not understanding why Rehab Addict has not been signed to a forever contract. Share I have been watching Rehab Addict since the show began. Not just a reno show either, but one that stresses maintaining a home's original integrity.
Working in Detroit and Minneapolis, Nicole takes ramshackle homes from the wrecking ball to their original stunning glory. Please listen to Rehab viewers. I never missed an episode. Please give the viewers the show they want: Rehab Addict! Hope all the problems in her personal life are behind her and it's smooth sailing from now on. Share I don't understand why rehab addict hasn't been renewed either. Since both homes were built in 1928 and have similar floor plans, Ferndale serves as the inspiration for the other blighted home. I enjoy Nicole Curtis's no nonsense approach to restore and better yet resurrecting abandoned and Neglected homes.
Nicole Curtis is saving historic houses, one broken-down fireplace at a time. Is renewed by rating numbers and here we sit with one of the top ranked shows and no decision has been made! The show is currently in its 8th season. Not quite understanding rationale for there not yet being a decision on show's future. Even though I am not in the idea viewer's age group, at 60 years of age, I enjoy watching Nicole passionately restore and breathe life back into the homes, neighborhoods, and communities on the show. .
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