Nicole Curtis takes old abandoned homes and restores them to their former glory. This is the home office from her 4th street project where she updated the window, gave the room a fresh coat of paint and then outfitted it with an antique wood desk that keeps the decor fitting to the time period of the home.
Nicole Curtis, host of HGTV's Rehab Addict, added a green roof and accented the roof by painting the siding with a fresh coat of white paint to her 4th Street project in north Minneapolis. She also built a white picket fence to replace the broken chain link fence to which Nicole’s tip is that a chain link fence should never be used on the front of a house. As a finishing touch, Nicole adds an American flag which she does to all her rehab properties.
The Riley family Mariah (white/blue), brothers Ezekiel (green), Xavier (black) & mom Melanie (pink) Nicole Curtis, host of DIY Network's Rehab Addict, her son Ethan (blue) and NBA player Lebron James. Nicole & Lebron, along with countless volunteers and the Lebron James Foundation staff will renovate this entire home in 9 days for Mariah Riley, a participant in the Wheels for Education Program under the Lebron James Family Foundation Promise Project. She earned a total home makeover for meeting all her goals and working hard in school.
This kitchen was more then an unfinished messed before Nicole and Lebron started their rehab on it! By adding new white cabinets, white subway tile backsplash, and nice contrasting black countertops with new stainless appliances this space creates a warm and inviting space to cook, celebrate and love life.
As seen on DIY Network's Nicole Curtis the Rehab Addict. Nicole transformed this hallway into an elegant entry way. She added a classic stair runner in an antique floral print and opened up the hallway by opening up the front left doorway to the living room that had been boarded up.
After several coats of primer to cover the graffiti, the new dining room is warm and spacious with refinished floors and a raised ceiling. The ceiling is about 16 inches higher than when the project began. The greenery and antique furnishings really give the room color and time definition.