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In this short interview, Derek "Deek" Diedricksen (HGTV, DIY Network, Relaxshacks.com) talks to Budget-Design Expert and Magazine Stylist Shannon Quimby, whose expertise deals with taking found items, and junk, and re-making, or re-imagining, them into new decor pieces for homes. Shannon's work is often seen in magazines ranging from Better Homes and Gardens, to Country Living, Vintage Style, Flea Market Style, and beyond. She is also author of the book "Color, Create, Decorate", and has contributed to many others such as "Salvage Secrets: Transforming Reclaimed Materials Into Design Concepts" and "Salvage Secrets: Design And Decor". She has also worked for, and appeared, on HGTV, and The DIY Network. 

(This interview was conducted inside a tiny A-frame cabin/garden shelter (or office) that was a LIVE, behind-the-ropes, build by Derek "Deek" Diedricksen, and his brother Dustin Diedricksen, for the 38th Annual St. Louis Home and Garden show where both brothers, and Shannon, were featured speakers. This A-frame cabin, which was built for under $1000.00, was completed in 3 days. The front of it is clad in clear Tuftex polycarbonate roofing, and its roofed with Ondura roofing (www.Ondura.com). Roy St. Clair, a friend of the brothers, was  the third member to help with this live build. 

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