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HGTV Magazine Highlights The Nagoya Stencil

Cutting Edge Stencils Is Featured In HGTV Magazine’s June Issue!

Good morning, my home decor loving friends!  Cutting Edge Stencils was super excited to open the June issue of one of our favorite DIY magazines, HGTV Magazine, and spot our gorgeous Nagoya Stencil pattern.  Their June issue is just packed to the brim with awesome DIY projects that are easy and affordable.  Now we’ve managed to put this issue down just long enough to come give you the 411 on what they’ve said about us this time!

A DIY bone inlay inspired dresser using the Nagoya Stencil on a Koppang Chest. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/japanese-stencil-nagoya.html

Nagoya Stenciled Bone Inlay Inspired Dresser by Centsational Girl’s Kate

We’d like to welcome back Kate, the design lover and incurable DIYer from Centsational Girl.  Kate made a list of projects that she wanted to try on her blog and recreating a bone inlay dresser was one of them.  Since that gorgeous inlay pattern can cost a small fortune, Kate had some tricks up her sleeve.  She says, “Mimic the pricey look of bone-inlay for less with a geometric stencil and paint.”  When she was asked by the Glidden paint team to come up with something creative for their Power of Paint advertising promotion, the bone inlay inspired dresser came to mind.   Here she is featured in the Power of Paint campaign which was placed on the inside back cover of HGTV Magazine.

A DIY bone inlay inspired dresser using the Nagoya Stencil on a Koppang Chest. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/japanese-stencil-nagoya.html

Kate says the process was super simple. She followed the same stenciling steps as she did when she created a bone inlay inspired wooden tray in this post. Here you can see her painting the Nagoya Craft pattern using a dense foam roller.

A DIY bone inlay inspired dresser using the Nagoya Stencil on a Koppang Chest. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/japanese-stencil-nagoya.html

Kate says her project was relatively simple.  She started with a plain white IKEA Koppang chest which she purchased for $99.  She primed the dresser using Glidden’s Gripper formula and then painted it white.  Once it was dry, she painted our Nagoya Craft stencil, a gorgeous geometric design, in Glidden’s Rich Navy.  To complete its designer look, she added hand carved knobs from Anthropologie.  Here is the dresser before and after its stenciled makeover.

Using the Nagoya Stencil on a Koppang Chest for a bone inlay inspired look. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/japanese-stencil-nagoya.html

After some fun styling and prop hunting through her house, Kate was able to pull together this look for the magazine.

A DIY bone inlay inspired dresser using the Nagoya Stencil on a Koppang Chest. http://www.cuttingedgestencils.com/japanese-stencil-nagoya.html

So, go pick up the June 2014 issue of HGTV Magazine, now! Our crush-worthy designs and their awe-inspiring projects are sure to get your decorating juices flowing!

What do you think of the Nagoya stenciled, bone inlay inspired dresser?  We’d love to hear your thoughts so leave us a comment below!

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

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