I could go on and on about this girl right here. She IS the total package. Dianna Dahlgren aka Miss Supercross is more than just a pretty face and hot bod with a perfect booty, that's for damn sure. I met Dianna a few years ago and was blown away by her confident, goofy, adorable, and so mature personality. You might think by seeing her as "Miss Supercross" that she has it so easy and all she has to do is be a model and socialize. Wrong! She has a huge fitness career on the side, she runs her own online store, and is one of the biggest go getter ladies I've ever met. Lately she has been working hard on her newest venture, opening up a bar this month in Spokane, Washington. So if you're in or around that area I can guarantee that 'GLOBE Bar & Kitchen' will be a must!
Make sure to grab a t-shirt or calendar at diannadalgren.com & enjoy this q&a with her about her home & styles!
q. Tell me how you would describe your home style.
a. Well there is a few aspects! It's a bit of country, a bit chic and a bit modern! Definitely comfy, cozy and inviting :)
q. What about your home would surprise people?
a. I would say our hand crafted furniture made by Salvaged Soul. People just don’t expect to see pieces like I have in my home and I love their expression when they see our beautiful bed or desk that Christa designed and built :)
q. Does your home reflect your fashion style?
a. Yes very much so, I love good ole country. Flannels and jeans is how I love to rock my daily style unless I am in fitness clothes!
q. What or who inspires you?
a. I just always want to be better, my father and soon to be husband both have huge kind hearts and are very respectful. They are the ones who inspire my drive, ambition and motivation!
q. & most importantly. What is your personal favorite Salvaged Soul piece?
a. I am quite the worker! So I am most in love with my custom desk is the piece. It sits about 3 feet high and I do all of my paperwork, computer work or packaging orders on it. Its about 10 feet long and 2 1/2 feet wide its just amazing and I am so grateful Christa was able to construct this beauty!