I am so honored that Harp Design Co. asked to use our home for a photoshoot. They just launched their fall collection and I love how gorgeous our Waco Airbnb looks in their photos.
After remodeling our Airbnb home in Waco, I have always wanted to get to know the Waco (and Magnolia) community. You can only imagine how excited I was when Harp Design Co. called and asked if they could do a photoshoot at our home.
If you are not familiar with Harp Design Co., you are likely familiar with Clint Harp. Clint is Joanna Gaines’s favorite carpenter from the hit show Fixer Upper.
I have met Clint and his wife Kelly a few times, and I can’t even begin to tell you how honored I was that they wanted to use our Waco home to showcase their new fall products.
Look at this tabletop photo below they took in our dining room. It looks amazing!
I looked up the new fall items on the Harp Design Co. website and listed all of the links below.
Wow. Our home looks so awesome in the photos. I need to improve my photography skills for sure so my photos can look like this!
They also set a fall table with black and white highlights. Isn’t this wonderful?
You can find all of these table items on the Harp Design Co. website here.
This photograph is just incredible.
Doesn’t our kitchen look great? In case you would like to see what our kitchen used to look like, just click here. It was just awful!
I really love the pillows they added to our loveseat. The chenille pillow is fabulous!
I hope you will get a chance to check out the entire fall collection at Harp Design Co.
Of course, I wish I could have it all. Haha.
Did you all know that Clint has a new show appearing on the amazing new Magnolia Network? It is called Restoration Road.
Here is the description of his show and it sounds amazing!
“Fixer Upper favorite, carpenter Clint Harp, travels around the United States to help chronicle restoration of significant structures. In the preview, he visits the Philadelphia area to check out a 270-year-old inn where George Washington once stayed. He’ll follow it as it’s deconstructed, moved to Texas, and restored to operate as an inn once again.”
These photos are really terrific.
And now I will wait for Joanna Gaines’ people to call.
Haha. Dream on Leslie.
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