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Ballard Designs is turning 30 years old! To celebrate the occasion, we’ve asked one of our favorite bloggers – Emily A. Clark –; to curate her very own Pinterest board featuring 30 of her favorite things from Ballard Designs. E

Ballard Designs is turning 30 years old! To celebrate the occasion, we’ve asked one of our favorite bloggers – Emily A. Clark –; to curate her very own Pinterest board featuring 30 of her favorite things from Ballard Designs. Emily, whose own home has been featured in Better Homes and Gardens,loves easy-to-achieve projects that make a big impact. Her mantra? “;I strive to share easy, unintimidating and affordable design ideas and projects that any busy girl (or guy) can do.”; We couldn’;t have said it any better ourselves. Let’s get to know the woman behind the blogcanvas throw pillow covers, shall we?

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If you could describe your decorating style in one sentence, what would it be?

I describe my style as affordable eclectic because I usually buy what I’m naturally drawn to, as long as it’s a good deal.

How and where do you find your inspiration?

I love Pinterest as much as the next person, but sometimes, it leaves me feeling a little overwhelmed. Often, I get more inspired by getting away from my computer and plugging into real life. The colors of nature are one of the best places to start. I’m also inspired by design and ideas that aren’t only pretty, but also function well for our big family.

What’s been the most challenging part of your home to decorate, and how did you overcome it?

Our kitchen is full of golden wood tones on the cabinets and floors and is a little more traditional than I usually like. A major overhaul of any kind, or even painting the cabinets, wasn’t in the plans. So, I worked with what I had by removing some cabinet doors, adding colorful accessories, painting the pantry doors and replacing the lighting (with the Eldridge Pendant) for a fresher look.

What’s the one thing every style-conscious homeowner should have?

Something personal. Whether it’s an oversized vintage print of your grandmother or a souvenir from one of your favorite trips, I think every home should have pieces mixed in that are meaningful. To me, just buying decorations for the sake of decorating leaves a home feeling like it’s lacking something.

And last but certainly not least, what do you love most about sharing your home on your blog?

Working on our home is my obsession, and it’s fun to share my progress with readers who feel just as passionate about their homes. My “real-life” friends may not be all that excited about my new sofa pillows, but you can bet my blog readers will be super happy for me!

It’s kind of funny, but my first exposure to quilting was back in the late 1980’s when?the “quilting ladies”?would invade the fabric store I worked at?in droves to find just the right fabric combinations for their quilts. Calico and country print fabric bolts were flying every which way, and any flat surface in the fabric store would be covered with fabrics while the ladies discussed patterns, colors, and shades. So, I always thought that quilting was all about buying new fabrics for the quilts, because that’s how I’d always seen it done.

VASTU TIPS ABOUT COLORS1. Orange for PowerOrange symbolizes spirituality and power. So, brighter shades of orange are the good choice for bedroom accents rather than wall colors. As orange color invokes positive feelings and happiness, this is always a suitable shade for bedroom use. 2. Yellow for WisdomYellows especially in gold tones work very well in an Indian bedroom. Yellow not only stands for patience and wisdom but also symbolizes sunlight. 3. Pink for JoyPink is a suitable color for bedroom walls. As the color symbolizes joy and happiness, any shade of pink is suitable for master bedrooms. According to Vastu, pink is the right color for South or Southwest facing bedrooms.4. Purple for FaithFuschia or bold purple, works well for fabric accents in a bedroom. The color purple generally represents trust, respect and faith. You can use it in curtains, bedspreads and pillow, but avoid using them on walls as it has a tendency to overpower the room. 5. Blue for GrowthAccording Vastu principles, blue is considered as an appropriate color for bedrooms. Blue stands for new growth and relaxation and hence it is the right choice for bedrooms. Shades of blue works very well as wall colors and brings a relaxing environment in the bedroom. For fabric accents, turquoise works well through the bedroom interior. 6. Green for HopeGreen is appropriate for bedrooms as base color. Hues of green generally symbolize nature, hope and freshness and so they have the ability to rejuvenate the mind and body. For bedroom walls, especially in kid’s bedroom, light green or green-tinted shades give the room a healthy atmosphere. 7. Red for BraveryRed should be used sparingly in the bedroom. As red is a symbol of bravery and power according to Vastu, the color holds a great deal of energy and stress. So, avoid bold uses of red for bedrooms. Instead, you can use warm, muted brownish reds for pillows and not for walls and curtains.8. White for IntensityWhite is not generally the color of Indian bedroom design, as people think it might get dirt easily. But, Vastu tradition suggests that brighter shades of white make appropriate colors for bedroom accents. You can use them for your bedroom ceilings which reflects light and helps your brighten the room.

There are many easy ways to make a bag from pants: the easier way is to cut legs, sew the holes, close the opening and add a strap. It will look nice and grunge but, when stuffed, it will probably look like an ass.

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