Nicole Curtis returns with Rehab Addict Rescue on HGTV

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When it comes to restoring an old home, don’t even think about painting over original woodwork or tearing down walls, insists HGTV star and Lake Orion native Nicole Curtis. Curtis, an unabashed and vocal proponent of “old houses, old people and old dogs” (she has T-shirts with the phrase), says […]

When it comes to restoring an old home, don’t even think about painting over original woodwork or tearing down walls, insists HGTV star and Lake Orion native Nicole Curtis.

Curtis, an unabashed and vocal proponent of “old houses, old people and old dogs” (she has T-shirts with the phrase), says she’s still a “purist” when it comes to bringing back old homes to their original glory. 

Now, Curtis, a mom of two, is using her new show, “Rehab Addict Rescue,” which premieres Thursday at 9 p.m. on HGTV, as a platform to keep sharing her view that old homes should be kept intact with original details restored, not replaced, especially in Detroit.

With every project, “there’s no chance we are opening up walls,” said Curtis, speaking from California where she now lives, though she flies back regularly to Detroit. “It’s really preaching for me, ‘Stop this madness.’ Don’t paint original woodwork. Let us remind you again of how you can really restore a house.”

Her new series focuses on eight homes across Detroit as homeowners, many of them overwhelmed, navigate renovations and turn to Curtis and her team for help. One house is in Indian Village, another is West Village and another is in LaSalle Gardens. Each one-hour episode focuses on a different home.

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