2019-09-24
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Good morning, my creative home renovators!? With the Holidays right around the corner, Cutting Edge Stencils is betting that you’;ll be spending more and more time being crafty in the kitchen.? How’;s that ol’; kitchen looking these days?? If dated and drab are the first words that come to mind, then we have a project for you!? Now is not the time to take on a huge renovation project but a small stencil enhancement can go a long way in terms of decor.

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Remember when we shared the stenciled kitchen backsplash trend in this post??? Well since then we’;ve been spotting these painted and stenciled backsplashes everywhere.? Just like this one that we found on Pinterest.? Beth spiced up her kitchen by painting our Moroccan Tiles stencil in a fabulous gray and yellow color combination.

Our facebook fanpersonalized anniversary gifts, Anuradha, sent us this stunning picture of her kitchen.? She said, “;Customizing our first home was a piece of cake. I used the Herringbone Craft Stencil for our kitchen backsplash and I am totally in love with the result.”;?? It’;s looking pretty good, don’;t you think?

Even our Instagram fans, like The Diana House, have picked up on this inexpensive kitchen trend.? She used our Marrakech Trellis Stencil in a cool silver metallic to give the heart of her home a little patterned punch!? We love it, don’;t you?

See we told you we’;ve been spotting them all over!? Recently, one of our favorite bloggers stenciled her kitchen backsplash in a mini-makeover.? Let’;s take a look…;

To steal this look, try using Benjamin Moore’;s hillsborough beige 1033 for a base coat and simply white OC-117 for the stencil.

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Thanks for reading, and happy stenciling!Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew

However, it’s easy to fall for the more is more mentality and suddenly find yourself in a well-meaning decor disaster with floor too many motifs. Franco-American model and artist Alex Noiret has that effortless cool that permeates her work, look and her home. So (per usual) we Americans asked a French girl how to be unique, yet classic when it comes to incorporating patterns into your home decor.

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