Chip Wade, host of HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, poses in the finished kitchen of the Francis family. They wanted an open, functional space for their family to share meals and to entertain. Chip mad that happen by adding space and taking in the back deck. He and his crew also removed walls to make the space more open and inviting.
Designer and licensed contractor Chip Wade, host of HGTV's Elbow Room. Here, Chip is greeted by one of the current residents of a historic barn that will soon be converted into a fully-functioning home.
Licensed contractor Chip Wade in the newly designed master bedroom suite for homeowner's Susanne and Erik Olson of Sandy Springs, Georgia. As part of the renovation, Chip Wade completed the unfinished attic with enough space for the parents to have a separate retreat in the house. The space was complete with a sitting area, walk-in closet and open air bathroom, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room.
As seen on DIY's Network's Elbow Room, licensed contractor Chip Wade builds a pavilion to house an outdoor golf simulator at the home James and La Neish Holland in Atlanta, Ga. The inspiration for the design came from the family's passion for golf and LaNeish's desire for a shaded area.
The Olson residence in Sandy Springs, Georgia after the addition of a master bedroom retreat by licensed contractor Chip Wade. As part of the renovation, Chip Wade added a open air bathroom that can be viewed from all areas of the suite. By finishing the incomplete attic space, Chip Wade was able to design a spacious retreat for the homeowners to escape to when the house is feeling too crowded, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room.