Even though Fixer Upper is over, Chip and Joanna Gaines’ carpenter Clint Harp will be back with his own DIY Network show, Wood Work, which premieres on Wednesday, May 9 at 10 p.m.
Here, we take a look at some of Clint’s best designs he created throughout the five seasons of the fan-favorite HGTV show.
Farmhouse Dining Table and Benches
One of Clint’s first designs, this farmhouse table and bench set can now be found in the Harps’ former home that was featured on the show and is also available to rent as a vacation home via . If a trip to Waco isn’t the books, you can also purchase a handmade version of this table from his .
Working from Joanna’s designs, Clint built this pair of wall-mounted desks in a sunroom in an updated 1940 cottage.
Teak Picnic Table and Benches
Clint built this massive picnic table out of solid teak wood for Joanna’s garden so it could withstand the elements.
“It’s little details like the turnip-shaped feet on the bottom of the leg that make Clint so fun to work with,” Joanna wrote on the . “I always know he’ll go the extra mile to make something special.”
After visiting his shop, Joanna ordered a bunch of Clint’s handmade candlesticks to decorate a home’s bookshelves. Clint sells these in on his website starting at $28 each.
Rustic Mobile Island
Clint built this custom kitchen island on wheels with plenty of storage for a couple who owns Waco’s coffee shop.
Extra-Large Farmhouse Table
The massive farmhouse table Clint designed for the on Season 3 of Fixer Upper seats at least 12, making it perfect for dinner parties and large family get-togethers.
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