November 15th, 2011

Look Ma! Another Cover!

I received a pretty little gift in the mail the other day…a copy of the newest Do it Yourself magazine from Better Homes and Gardens. My first thought: Gee, that’s a very bright, happy cover. Second thought: Gee, the pattern on that wall looks very familiar. Third thought: (lightbulb moment) Awesome! That’s our very own Berry Romantic Wall stencil.

Royal Design Stencil-Do it Yourself

We had sent the stencil out by request from a project editor sometime last spring, which, of course, I completely forgot about so it was a great surprise! You may remember this post about our Moroccan stencils making the cover of Better Homes and Gardens-equally thrilling!

Floral Damask Wall Stencil

I noticed one cool feature where they had sent old, ratty furniture pieces out to various DIY bloggers for some rehab, including one of my favs-the cute couple from Young House Love, John and Sherry.

That, in turn, reminded me that I should mention the fabulous wall stencil project they did with our Large Feathered Damask stencil. It looks super elegant in cream and yellow on soft gray. Just a LITTLE more understated than the cover above. That’s the awesomeness of stencils-you can have it your way!

Anyhoo, The whole Do it Yourself  magazine is full of fun projects-with tons and tons of patterns thrown in, so check it out in the check out line! Their website is pretty cool too!

3 Responses to “Look Ma! Another Cover!”

  1. Coleen Reed Says:

    I love the silouttes! This is something I will try to do! Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. Annie Chermak Says:

    Thanks for posting this — I love that magazine! All the more reason to pick one up!

  3. Alan Says:

    Hey there,

    Unrelated to your current post, but it got me thinking…

    I saw your (and Metamorfaux’s work) at the current Holiday House show in NYC. I’ve meant to shout out and say hi for a while. I love what you’ve done with Modello, and the show house in silver leaf looks incredible.

    I painted and installed the grisaille mural on the 2nd floor, and met Sylvie.

    Wishing you much luck with the show house and continued success with Modello.