As seen on Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis removed pink curtains to allow the big, bright windows to let in lots of light. The white curtains and furnishings make the sunroom feel more peaceful and relaxing.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, Nicole Curtis brightened up the living room of the Summit Avenue mansion by using a neutral color palette throughout. The neutral shade of the walls helps showcase the stunning mahogany woodwork.
After, this bright, white space features hardwood flooring that was hidden under the dated vinyl. The original backsplash tile has been cleaned, and a black border bridges the gap between the tile and the new Cararra marble countertops.
As seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict, a gold and crystal chandelier hangs in the living room of the Summit Avenue mansion. Original gold leaf detailing along the ceiling pays homage to the home's history and sets the tone for the elegant space.
A North Minneapolis master bathroom suite on the 25th Avenue project features refinished original wood floors, with an added sink and clawfoot tub creating a tranquil suite.
Nicole Curtis removed the old carpet to reveal beautiful, original pine floors. The refinished hardwoods plus the new furnishings work together to make the living and dining rooms comfortable, functional and stylish.
As seen on Rehab Addict, the kitchen in the Riley home was completely gutted. Host and renovation expert Nicole Curtis added new cabinets, appliances and granite countertops. In order to keep something from the original home, Nicole Curtis was able to salvage the hardwood floors.
Nicole used a new dining set and a salvaged antique dresser when decorating the dining room. Plus, she salvaged old windows from a construction site and turned them into unique frames for family photos.
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