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For Your Style I’d Walk a Mile with Chip Wade

Atlanta native Chip Wade has building in his blood. Coming from a long line of experienced carpenters and woodcraftsmen, Chip began working with his father at an early age – and over the years developed an interest in carpentry, landscaping and renovation. After graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Chip moved on to earn his certification in residential construction while working for an Atlanta based home builder. Chip transitioned into media in 2007, lending his carpentry skills to the Atlanta team of HGTV’s Designed to Sell. Since then Chip has appeared on HGTV’s Curb Appeal: The Block, HGTV’s Showdown, HGTV’s Design Star, Oprah, and CNN.

As the host, designer and contractor on his own new television show, Elbow Room, Chip is there from concept through construction to show HGTV and DIY viewers how to customize their spaces and transform houses into homes that perfectly suit their lifestyle. Chip also represents several national brands as a spokesperson. Chip is the owner and lead designer of Wade Works LLC, a design, staging, inspection, and custom construction firm. Chip’s career is devoted to using his expertise to help people make educated home improvement decisions. Chip resides in Atlanta with his wife and children. I love Chip, he’s a friend and absolute doll. He’s also extremely talented which you’ll know if you’ve watched him on HGTV. Take it away, Chip!

1.Who would you want to play you in a movie?
the “rock” of course.

2.I wish I could… speak multiple languages.

3.My first style memory is…looking at a architectural digest magazine when I was a child and thinking how amazing it would be to live in some of those places!

4.I could not live with out my…custom fabrication shop.

5.I could live without… 16 hour work days!

Pick a photo or décor objet, or piece of clothing that defines your style:

This is an adjustable table from Get Back, Inc. My style is very simple, but quality, and slightly different. I tend to gravitate to strong foundation pieces that have multiple functions.

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