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Our Fave Furniture by Fixer Upper's Clint Harp

As seen on Fixer Upper, carpenter Clint Harp is known for his stunning designs and use of reclaimed wood. Check out a few of his best pieces from the show!

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Photo: Rachel Whyte. From: Fixer Upper.

Double Desks

A pair of wall-mounted work desks add just the right amount of function to this multi-use sunroom.

See the full makeover: Cottage Charmer With a Fun, Eclectic Vibe

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Photo: Rachel Whyte

How Things Turned Around

Clint added a sizable drawer to each desk and hand-turned the legs, a task that he says wasn't always so easy for him. "I hadn't had too much practice turning legs. One day in particular I tried to make a leg, and it took me basically all day, and by the time I was done, I didn’t even like it. My wife liked the leg, and my kids took it and covered it in encouraging stickers. I took it back to the shop and leaned it in the corner. A couple of weeks later, Jo stopped by with designs, and she really wanted a turned leg for her farm tables. She looked over in the corner and saw the leg covered in my kids’ stickers and said, 'That’s it. I love it! Use that for the Magnolia Farms tables.'"

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From: Fixer Upper

Warm Wood Vanities

Clint built the twin vanities in the Magnolia carriage house which include open shelving and a single drawer each. The dark stain and intricate turned legs add depth and interest to this light gray and white bathroom.

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Bar on Wheels

For this 1971 ranch home, a man cave wouldn't be complete without a wall of guitars and this mobile bar. Clint covered the bar in beautiful shiplap that is planed down and refinished.

See the full makeover: A Coastal Makeover for a 1971 Ranch House

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