New York [April 11, 2018] Skilled craftsman Clint Harp, who first appeared on HGTV’s hit show Fixer Upper, will create personalized spaces with one-of-a-kind custom furnishings for his Waco, Texas, clients in DIY Network’s newest series, Wood Work. During the six-episode series, premiering Wednesday, May 9, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, Clint and his team of talented woodworkers and craftsmen will search for vintage lumber in salvage yards, old barns and from Clint’s private stash of wood to build beautiful custom pieces. Homeowners will get a room refresh that showcases Clint’s handmade furniture, hardwood floors, mantles and countertops.
“I love it when the workshop is busy and full of energy—it’s just exciting,” said Clint. “And we’ll need all the energy we can get to tackle these woodworking projects.”
In the premiere episode, Clint will revive a dull and underused bonus room in a 1950s ranch home. To fulfill the family’s wish for a multipurpose space for entertaining and overnight guests, Clint and his crew will craft a Murphy bed that features a salvaged wood accent wall to conceal it when not in use. Handmade hardwood floors, a revamped kitchenette and a rustic fireplace mantle hewn from a century-old beam will bring warmth to the room and give the family a dream retreat in their own home.
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