Cutting Edge Stencils Spotted on MTV’s Real World Ex-plosion
Hot diggity dog! Temps are plummeting again in Northern NJ, but Cutting Edge Stencils is feeling hotter than ever! Our latest and greatest stencil designs were received with a standing ovation, then we’ve spotted our fab stencil patterns gracing the pages of DIY Magazine and as if that weren’t enough, we had an all-star stencil appearance in the premiere issue of Paint It Magazine. Our heads are ready to ex-plode from all this excitement. And it just doesn’t seem to stop, which is totally a good thing in our eyes. We were catching up on our DVR when we noticed our fab stencil designs dressing up the San Francisco home of MTV’s Real World Ex-plosion. Can you see why we’re ready to ex-plode? Don’t worry, we’re not letting our stenciled stardom go to our heads. We couldn’t be more grateful and appreciative of all your support! But just for the fun of it, let’s rehash the juicy deets of our fab stencil spotting on MTV’s Real World Ex-plosion!
What’s it all About: Real World Ex-plosion Season 29
For those who are familiar with the long-time MTV series, you know to expect the unexpected when it comes to The Real World. If you’re a Real World newbie, this show take seven strangers and places them in a gorgeous house in an unfamiliar city. This season’s twist includes seven strangers who all have complicated relationships with their exes and are ready to be free, enjoying single life in the Real World house. But just when they get comfortable and new relationships start to brew…. surprise, their exes move in! Love triangles, jealousy, scandal, fights, hookups, breakups and makeups take over the house as the roommates either learn to live with their exes, or push them out one by one. If you missed the premiere, you can watch it here. Otherwise, grab that popcorn and tune in this Wednesday at 10pm EST to catch the latest episode.
A Look Inside the Real World House
The Real World house is typically known for its elaborate décor which usually includes vibrant paint colors, a pool table, hot tub, and unique accessories. Awhile ago our buddy Ray Serra, a rep for Bunim Murray, contacted us about using our stencils for season 29 of the Real World. We were ecstatic, to say the least. Let’s take a walk through the San Francisco house.
Here is a dining area located on the far end of the entertainment room, hence the piano turned glass holder. It’s surrounded by our classical Fleur Allover stencil pattern in gray and black.
No entertainment room is complete without a pool table. This gorgeous accent wall acts as a backdrop to the house-mate’s favorite past-time. Accentuating the wooden piano is our Butterfly 4 piece stencil kit in creamy earth tones painted on an aqua wall.
Moving on to the infamous hot tub! Every great party house has one and the Real World is here to please. What’s that we see setting the scene for the steamy action? Our Marie Antoinette Grand Panel painted on a luscious red hue.
Is it the cast-mates or that Moroccan stencil that is spicing up the girl’s bedroom? We think it’s the latter :). Our trendy Casablanca Allover stencil pattern is painted in white over a teal-riffic backdrop.
Let’s zip on through the guy’s bedroom and see what we spot. We see a gray and white Herringbone stencil pattern adding depth and contrast to the cerulean blue space.
When the house-mates need to escape the drama or vent their frustrations, can you guess where they go? We’re going to peek inside the Bamboo Allover stenciled panda’s mouth and see where it takes us.
The Confessional! This Chinatown themed space features our Heritage Grill Allover stencil pattern in gold over a sleek black wall.
The last bedroom in the house totally has stripe hype because it showcases a candy pink and white Chevron pattern. We love the contrast of the yellow dresser against this zippy stencil design.
Think the bathroom is off limits? Think again! We spy our Connection Allover stencil in a shimmery metallic.
And last but not least, there’s the office. This charcoal and red Kobe Allover stenciled space is where the cast can check email and get work done.
And that’s it folks. We hope you enjoyed our stencil ex-plosive tour of the San Francisco Real World house. All of these fabulous images came courtesy of Ray Serra, so we’d like to thank him for this inside look. Oh, and you can catch a tour of the San Francisco Real Wold Ex-plosion house given by the cast here. Catch the next episode on Wednesday at 10pm EST on MTV.
Which room is your favorite in the Real World Ex-plosion house? Leave a comment below!
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Michelle and the Cutting Edge Stencils Crew