Rehab Addict Rescue follows Nicole Curtis as she helps overwhelmed homeowners restore their historic homes to their original glory — always with a focus of staying true to the period, history and architecture of the original homes. Check out an assortment of classically restored spaces from the new series. See the Gallery
Home renovation star Nicole Curtis helps overwhelmed DIY-ers restore their historic homes in new HGTV series Rehab Addict Rescue, premiering January 2021. Find Out More
A Detroit couple calls on Nicole Curtis to help remodel the odd kitchen layout in their old Tudor home when renovation challenges back them into a heavily carpeted corner.
Nicole Curtis swoops in to rescue an engaged couple who find themselves in over their heads while they try to repair their water-damaged Craftsman home and plan their wedding at the same time.
A couple sends an SOS after they find themselves dealing with the unexpected growing pains of their adult children suddenly moving back to an unready nest. Nicole Curtis answers their call by helping them transform their attic space into a bedroom suite.
Nicole helps a newly engaged couple modernize and restore functionality to their outdated, 1970s-inspired kitchen and bathroom. To stay under budget, Nicole teaches them the meaning of sweat equity as they chip in to help the team cross the finish line.
A couple's giant 1920s home is too much to handle. Electrical issues have rendered the kitchen useless and the home's size creates a lengthy to-do list, but with Nicole Curtis' expertise, they'll be able to enjoy a hot meal together in an updated kitchen.
A man, his girlfriend and his grandma love sharing a home in historic Detroit, but the couple would like to have a living space of their own. Nicole steps in to convert the third floor into a suite while giving Grandma a surprise renovation of her own.
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