HGTV is known for its home makeovers, but this time the spotlight isn't on the house. Curb Appeal Xtreme, on the other hand, is a completely new show that showcases professionals working on front and backyard restorations. One of those professionals is Rachel Taylor, a "female carpenter."
Explore Rachel Taylor's biography to learn more about her.
Rachel Taylor's Bio, Family
Rachel Taylor was born before the year 1980. Rachel Taylor experienced a rollercoaster of emotions from late 2020 to early 2021. She lost both of her parents, but soon after, she began to get "amazing presents and opportunities," such as receiving a $3000 electric bike, a Loloi rug, and being cast in Curb Appeal Xtreme.
“The Universe never takes more than it gives, and this past year is no exception,” Rachel said.
Rachel's mother succumbed to cancer and went away in September 2020, followed by her father four weeks later.
Rachel claims she just met her mother a week before she passed away.
It had been five years since they'd seen each other. Rachel also revealed that her mother had prepared her social security card, original birth certificate, marriage certificate, and driver's license before she left for the hospital since she knew she wouldn't be able to return home.
“That broke me in half,” Rachel said.
Rachel is the eldest of ten brothers and sisters. One of them, Anthony Taylor a.k.a. Ant, resembled Rachel in appearance. Lyte was founded by him. A corporation that sells powder tickets. Antony has also worked for Cool Projects, Moast, Yahoo!, American Express, and Goldman Sachs, among others.
Rachel’s Height, Ethnicity & Career
Rachel is a tall woman, at 5 feet 10 inches tall. She is of mixed ancestry. Her father is African-American, while her mother is German.
Rachel has worked as a carpenter for many years. This California native began her career as a "consultant and professional banana bread maker" before diving headfirst into her new endeavors and teaching how to design and manufacture unique furniture. She now works out of a small workshop in Los Angeles, where she designs and creates unique furniture.
Beds, dining tables, nightstands, side tables, bookshelves, floating shelves, cribs, consoles, credenzas, mudrooms, toddles beds, and many other items are among her creations.
She was reportedly a Veteran startup expert for over 15 years, creating retail enterprises and stores for commercial clients.
Rachel enjoyed gardening at home or going camping and skiing when she wasn't working.
Taylor On Curb Appeal Xtreme
Rachel Taylor made her television debut in the first season of HGTV's Curb Appeal Xtreme in 2021. Jamie Durie and John Gidding were the other two pros who joined Rachel this season.
According to her, she was the only person who auditioned for the show who had no prior television experience. She was grateful to be able to accomplish what she enjoyed for that reason.
Rachel used her Instagram to encourage her fans to join her “for a whirlwind of a concert that restores front and backyards, as well as your faith in humanity” on September 9. She also tweeted a photo with her co-stars on the same day, saying they've "blown out" properties "with such extreme lawn and garden glory that you might just wet your plants when you see what we've done."
Rachel appears to have thoroughly liked the show's demolition and reconstruction.
Is Rachel Married?
Rachel Taylor is the mother of four children (two sons and two daughters). Her children have all grown up, and her youngest son, Chance, began his sophomore year of high school in September 2020.
Rachel's baby's father is still unknown. Rachel was presumably not married, based on her Instagram account. She hasn't seen her husband or baby–daddy on social media.
Rachel adores dogs and has three of them in her home. Coco was the last one to be adopted in July of 2018.