HGTV Raises The Bar In New Spin-Off 'Curb Appeal Xtreme' | Celebrity Page

HGTV is bringing even more exciting and extreme content to their network this fall.


Bigger projects and tighter time crunches are literally turning Curb Appeal into Curb Appeal Xtreme.

Helping homeowners turn their yards into their personal oasis, Curb Appeal Xtreme adds many challenging elements to the classic HGTV series.

Curb Appeal Xtreme stars a standout trio of home renovation experts: John Gidding, Rachel Taylor and Jamie Durie.

In the new series, Rachel's skills as a carpenter, John's talent as a designer, and Jamie's expertise as a landscaper come together to flip bland outdoor spaces into private sanctuaries.

"We're not just taking it one step further, we're taking it a billion steps further, if I do say so myself. It's extreme because it's an hour filled with a full house renovation. Exterior, facades, all the way around... we've got the lawn, we've got the backyard, we've got murder shacks being transformed into beautiful, amazing, exquisite spaces," Rachel Taylor said.
"We tackled six properties in the Nashville region. Some of them had been impacted by tornadoes, there were serious architectural and structural issues with some of them, but we tackled it all," John Gidding said.

Although the new series only covers exterior spaces, the changes made to these homeowner's yards led to some pretty colossal reveals on the show.

"All of our reveals are so dramatic and so extreme and it's simply because we listen to the homeowners and the architecture at the same time, so we let both inform the final design," Gidding said.

New episodes of Curb Appeal Xtreme air Wednesdays on HGTV and are available to steam on Discovery+.

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