Shannon Quimby Shannon Quimby is an internationally acknowledged interior designer, prop and lifestyle photo stylist, television personality, and national guest speaker with expertise in color, home design/décor, styling, and DIY ideas. For the past 22 years she has produced, written, and/or photo styled hundreds of stories for leading design and decor magazines, brands, and television commercials.HighlightsShannon has written for Better Homes & Gardens, The Oregonian, Country Style Magazine, and more.She has also been a Key Note speaker for the National Interior Design Society, a color expert for Miller Paint Company, and a Senior Photo Stylist for Target Canada.Shannon runs a DIY Expert Segment called Create with Quimby with KOIN News AM Extra and writes a DIY blog for InRoads Credit Union. She has also contributed to a three-book series of Salvage Secrets. Experience One of my proudest career accomplishments was building a home without a dumpster. I recycled an entire old home that was going to be condemned into a new home, without waste. My passion to reuse, recycle, repurpose, eye for detail, support local businesses, and buy products that will last a long time or can be used for multiple purposes is what I seek out. That has led me down a path of over two decades working with top major brands, such as HGTV, Target, Overstock, Kroger, Ace Hardware, and Better Homes & Gardens. I am also an Author and contributor to Salvage Secrets, Salvage Secrets: Design and Décor, and Salvage Styling. Local networks such as NBC, CBS, ABC, and FOX broadcasts have and currently feature my work. So my body of work is out there for all to see, whether it's on my TV segment "Create with Quimby" on CW KOIN AM News Extra or speaking across the country at national Interior Design Chapters. I love to create Interior spaces or salvaged DIY projects that will last and last.Favorite PurchaseThe West Bend Poppery II Hot Air Popcorn Popper. I bought it in 1988 and from day one it has consistently popped corn without fail. It has never burned the kernels, pops corn in under five minutes, always comes out fluffy, and no oil is needed. Some kernels do eject into the bowl and then pop afterward which launches popcorn in all directions, but I have grown to love that, trying to corral popcorn into the bowl by circling my arms around it. If you choose to add butter disregard using the small dish that's inserted in the plastic top cover. The corn pops quicker than the butter can melt. Education All educational background has been on-the-job training, street smarts, and confidence.Other Works:Top 10 DIY Home Organization and Storage Ideas, InRoads Credit Union About Better Homes & Gardens Better Homes & Gardens, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, is the only iconic home brand with a 100+ year history of providing trustworthy and achievable ideas for all doers and home-enthusiasts. We are the go-to resource for fresh takes on home, food, and gardening—inspiring people to bring their dreams to life at home on special occasions and every day. BHG reaches 45 million readers each month. Learn more about us and our editorial process.