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‘Fixer Upper’ Carpenter Clint Harp Gets New DIY Show

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If you are one of the thousands who can’t get enough Fixer Upper, there’s one more show you should add to your watch list. Charismatic carpenter Clint Harp and his wife Kelly Harp are featured in Wood Work, a pilot from HGTV and the DIY Network.

In the series’ first episode, the Harps give fans an inside look at what their life is like when they aren’t working on projects for Chip and Joanna Gaines. It shows their determination to keep up with the growing orders for both Clint’s custom carpentry and Kelly’s home decor and interior design company “Harp At Home.”

The pair also own the popular Harp Design Co. store in Waco, Texas, which has become a stop for Fixer Upper fans traveling to Chip and Joanna’s ever-growing Magnolia Market at the Silos.

Visitors can choose from handmade furniture and home goods, from wall decor to Christmas decorations. Their high quality handmade tables have become the highlight of the Gaineses design plans, and are created to be the perfect spot to enjoy family meals for years to come.

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So far, only one pilot episode of the series has been filmed, so the pilot’s ratings will likely determine whether a full season is ordered. Although we’re excited to see more from Clint and Kelly, we’re sure we’ll be seeing plenty of them on upcoming seasons of Fixer Upper as well.

Fans can check out the premiere of Wood Work this Wednesday, March 8 at 6:30 CT on the DIY Network. You can also support their small business by visiting the Harp Design Co store at 808 N 15th St, Waco, Texas.

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