July 23, 2024


Elegant home interior

Nicole Curtis returns with Rehab Addict Rescue on HGTV

When it will come to restoring an aged home, don’t even think about portray over authentic woodwork or tearing down partitions, insists HGTV star and Lake Orion indigenous Nicole Curtis.

Curtis, an unabashed and vocal proponent of “old properties, aged folks and aged canines” (she has T-shirts with the phrase), states she’s nevertheless a “purist” when it arrives to bringing back outdated properties to their unique glory. 

Now, Curtis, a mom of two, is working with her new present, “Rehab Addict Rescue,” which premieres Thursday at 9 p.m. on HGTV, as a platform to maintain sharing her watch that outdated homes ought to be kept intact with primary specifics restored, not changed, specifically in Detroit.

Nicole Curtis's new show, "Rehab Addict Rescue," was filmed entirely in Detroit.

With each challenge, “there’s no possibility we are opening up walls,” said Curtis, talking from California where she now life, even though she flies back again on a regular basis to Detroit. “It’s definitely preaching for me, ‘Stop this madness.’ Don’t paint unique woodwork. Allow us remind you all over again of how you can truly restore a residence.”

Her new series focuses on 8 homes across Detroit as house owners, lots of of them confused, navigate renovations and switch to Curtis and her team for support. 1 home is in Indian Village, another is West Village and an additional is in LaSalle Gardens. Each a single-hour episode focuses on a distinctive household.