Disclosure: We received a sample of Stikwood in order to facilitate our review. All opinions are our own.
With the emergence of feature walls in home décor, people have been quick to find styles, textures, and new concepts that keep their spaces modern, trendy, and stylish, while reflecting their own personal taste. From painting chalkboard walls, to wall decals, we enjoy adding personality to our spaces.
Browse a few design blogs or recent magazines, and you’re likely to see reclaimed wood applied in a myriad of creative, and beautiful ways: on ceilings, adding interest to kitchen islands, as a coffee tabletop, fireplace, or headboard. It’s a trend currently making a huge splash in home design.
Stikwood brings the fashionable look of reclaimed wood to within every homeowner’s reach. “The world’s first Peel and Stik reclaimed and sustainable wood planking,” adheres easily to most surfaces. As one reviewer put it, “figuring out my pattern took twice as long as actually putting it up, which was no more than an hour”. In addition, the pieces reviewed were said to have a little bit of bend to them, so if a wall curves a bit, that should not hinder the application process. The reclaimed wood is both eco-friendly, giving used wood a new function, and stylish-looking. However, the authentic wood is just that, so includes all of the blemishes any natural piece of wood possesses. Additionally, we recommend taking the time to configure your design before sticking it to the wall, because once on, removal can pose a challenge.
Visit Stikwood on Instagram or Tumblr to see how consumers put Stikwood to creative work in their homes, and for an array of home décor inspiration should you need it. Order inexpensive samples here or buy Stikwood (starting at $10/square foot) for your design on the company’s web site.