The Harp Design Collection is built by hand using the tried and true techniques learned years ago. This line marries the look of wood in it’s natural state with modern lines and style.  Every piece of furniture within the Harp Design Collection utilizes reclaimed wood which holds its own unique character, making each HDC piece truly one of a kind.


From every turn on the table legs, to the hand distressed look on each piece, we took our time to make this line something which would not only stand the test of time in regards to functionality but in design as well. Our hope is that putting these pieces in your home will inspire you and encourage you to make memories of your own.


We believe the kitchen is the heart of a home. It’s the place your family gathers to talk, eat, and connect. We have developed the Kitchen Collection with the hope that these pieces will help to bring your family together and make your home a warmer place.



While we believe that furniture is a major part of turning a house into a home, we also know that smaller pieces are extremely important when defining your style and making a space your own. With that in mind, we have created the Harp Design Curated Goods Collections.


Harp Design Co. exists to provide high quality, environmentally sustainable, handmade furniture.

Clint and Kelly Harp founded Harp Design Co with the dual focus of creating and giving. Our great hope is that each piece of handmade furniture brings people together in your home, carving out space for family meals, work, art projects, or sharing a cup of coffee. Love, laughter, and connection—these are things we all need, and the vision behind every piece we create.

Not only do we want our furniture to connect soul to soul, but to connect soul to the Earth. Harp Design Co is committed to caring for the Earth by creating environmentally sustainable products whenever possible, most made with 100% recycled and reclaimed wood. Many of our pieces are a patchwork of pine, oak, mahogany, walnut, poplar, and other reclaimed woods rescued from old buildings, fallen trees and scrap piles.

This blending of materials is a purposeful reflection of human families, partnerships, friendships, and communities.

By nature, each piece of wood we find has a flaw, be it nail holes, scrapes, or scars. We appreciate the provenance and character of our wood and purposely do not cover these flaws during the building process.  In this way, each HDC piece tells a unique story and remains connected with its past. At Harp Design Co, we believe that rescuing something discarded and recreating it into something beautiful is both good for the Earth and deeply cathartic for the soul. Our mission is to bring you not only a beautiful product, but a deeper connection to the Earth and those with whom you share it.

Creative Genius: Clint Harp of Harp Design Co. and HGTV’s “Fixer Upper”

As close and personal friends of Chip and Joanna Gaines from HGTV’s Fixer Upper, Clint Harp and his wife Kelly are no strangers to taking something that looks as if it has no hope and turning it into something amazing. “Chip and Joanna can take a complete mess and make it feel like home almost overnight. I’ve seen it now over and over again. It’s truly a gift,” says Clint, the Co-founder (along with his wife Kelly) of Harp Design Co. But as Joanna’s carpenter of choice, Clint has a gift of his own — taking recycled and reclaimed wood, usually found pieces, and creating beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces meant to bring families together.

“When we first started, the desire for the company came from a hope to see people gather around tables again — to cook together, eat together, talk together, and ultimately just be together,” explains Clint.

He and his wife wanted to see families coming together, and that process actually brought their family closer. “That’s not because it’s been easy, but actually because it’s been one of the toughest things we’ve ever done. Kelly and I have cried, argued, stressed, laughed and taken one of the biggest leaps of blind faith we have ever taken. And we wouldn’t trade it for the world.”

When Clint and Kelly had an opportunity to join their friends Chip and Joanna on their own episode of Fixer Upper, they were ready to take another leap of faith. And the result was equally rewarding.


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