9 Things You'll Want To Buy for Fixer Upper's Final Season Premiere on Tuesday

9 Things You'll Want To Buy for Fixer Upper's Final Season Premiere on Tuesday

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 18, 2017
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If you're equal parts sad and excited for the final season of Fixer Upper to start on Tuesday, you're not alone. To help ease the pain and fuel the passion, we've rounded up nine items you might want to have if you're a true Chip & Jo fan (read: it's all about shiplap).

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You're probably going to want to rock an official #shiplap shirt ($26), courtesy of the Gaines' very own Magnolia Market.

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Perhaps you prefer stronger language. Well then, holy shirtballs, this tee ($19.99) is the shiplap.

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Love shiplap (of course you do), but you're in a rental? We found some temporary wallpaper ($31.99) to mimic Jo's building material of choice (animal skull not included).

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If peel and stick wallpaper still feels risky, this Etsy shop will send you a literal frame of shiplap ($55+).

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Maybe you prefer to sleep with your shiplap, in which case, this headboard ($60+) will give you sweet dreams.

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Ever wonder what shiplap smells like? Well, if we're going by this candle ($16.95), it'd be cut cedarwood, earthy patchouli, sweet sandalwood, soft moss, & clean musk.

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This coffee mug ($13.99) shares the sentiment, in a Rae Dunn-esque handwritten font.

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Let's be honest, though—you'll probably need something a little stronger than coffee to get through this very emotional time. Enter this shiplap wine glass ($34.95) which will keep that Chardonnay chilled for nine full hours.

A fan with a spare million might want to get the ultimate swag: the "tiny house" from season 3, which came on the market in July for a whopping $950,000 (and is—surprise, surprise—still available).

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