Emily is the author of the interior design blog Emily A. Clark where she shares attainable, quick and affordable decorating ideas, as well as details projects around her own home. Her blog was named “Best Decorating/DIY Blog” of 2016 by Better Homes & Gardens readers and her work has been featured twice in the publication, as well as in Good Housekeeping and Family Circle. She resides in Charlotte, NC, with her husband and five kids. For more on Emily and her interior tips, check out her blog, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram, and don’t forget to shop her ten essentials below!
- BaubleBar Marquita Tassel Earrings, $22
- Laura Trevey Cell Phone Case, $22
- Alternative Origin Striped Tee, $17
- One Kings Lane 14" Lavieille Ginger Jar, $69
- SELAMAT Eloise Rattan Armchair, $645
- Leith Stretch Knit Midi Dress, $69
- Janet Hill Studio Lost in Miami, $45
- J.Crew Embroidered Pom-Pom Tunic, $34
- Seychelles Botanical Tassel Wraparound Sandal, $79
- BaubleBar Koya Necklace, $26
- Brittany Wallace of The Britt Kit
- Ashley Kane of Brunch on Chestnut
- Adelina Perrin of The Charming Olive
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