Renovation and real estate pro Alison Victoria brings smart, urban design to neglected homes in Chicago's historic neighborhoods. Check out this before-and-after gallery of her killer kitchen transformations from the show's first season.
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Host and designer of both DIY Network's Kitchen Crashers and HGTV's Windy City Rehab, Alison Victoria is a pro at transforming drab spaces into daring designs that pair vintage elements with modern functionality.
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Steal some tips for jaw-dropping designs and displays from Alison Victoria's renovations as seen on season two of her hit show.
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Chi-town native, avid Cubs fan, human dynamo, renovation pro and skilled designer — Alison Victoria has a lot going on. What's more, she has (thus far) been a part of no less than six different TV shows. And that's just for starters.
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High Heels, High Stakes is an HGTV digital series that's serves as a companion piece to Windy City Rehab. Check out the exclusive video series that features Alison Victoria's "tricks of the trade" as she buys and flips vintage homes in Chicago.
In one of the most anticipated series premieres in HGTV’s new season lineup, Alison Victoria heads to her home town of Chicago to restore vintage homes in the city’s historic neighborhoods. (And she’s got a few other irons in the fire as well.) Find Out More
Interior designer Alison Victoria combines upscale design with a passion for her hometown as she buys and restores old homes in Chicago. For these neglected homes in historic neighborhoods, she works to restore dignity to the homes while adding more square footage, style and modern twists. But each house has a past, and she never knows what challenges lie hidden beneath the decades of paint and plaster.
Alison and Donovan take a huge risk when they buy an oddball, boxlike house from the 90s. A flooded basement is just the beginning of a myriad of problems they encounter, so Alison must find a way to bring big design to a house that's rapidly hurdling over budget while still turning a profit.
Alison and Donovan are faced with a gamble when they find a converted four-unit historic home in Lincoln Park. They can either turn it back into a single-family home or keep it as a four-unit -- which for them is uncharted territory.
Donovan and Alison shift their focus to finishing a new construction project that fell through the cracks after being denied a loan for a new property. Alison discovers why the job stalled in the first place and races to finish it up.
Alison takes the opportunity to get to know a new neighborhood and build in a different area of Chicago despite Donovan's hesitation. While the project goes smoothly, cracks continue to spread in their partnership.
A new project in the North Center neighborhood is an opportunity for Alison to get the business under control, but after Donovan has a disagreement with Ermin over a structural issue, she considers whether they can continue working together.
Tempers flare during a budget meeting as the business spirals out of control, and Alison and Donovan's partnership is pushed to the edge. Alison hopes to turn a profit with a high-rise condo that needs a modern makeover.
Alison takes on a three-unit building in one of Chicago's hottest neighborhoods and works to make each unique and luxurious. With her partnership and business experiencing pressure from all angles, Alison works to keep everything from falling apart.
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