Stikwood: The New Peel and Stick Wood Paneling

Published on NewsOK Published: February 12, 2013
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Almost everyone has a wall that doesn't look right, or a table, or the back of a kitchen island. Maybe it's an empty bedroom wall that makes the room look cold. Maybe it's a drab beige office wall. Maybe it's an old IKEA table that has seen better days. Perhaps you've been looking for a way to bring natural, harmonizing elements into your space, but you just haven't figured it out.

I just discovered Stikwood, and I think it is a brilliant solution to all of the above situations. With Stikwood, any room can look like it has artisanal bespoke reclaimed wood, or smooth bamboo, walls built by an earnest San Francisco carpenter. Don't have a remodeled condo in the Mission? Ha ha, neither do I. But with the help of Stikwood, our own apartments and condos can have that look.

Stikwood is, in plain language, 1/8 inch thick wooden planks that can be affixed to a clean, sanded surface with adhesive strips that are factory-mounted on their flip sides. While not a total beginner's project (the planks need to be cut down to size with a power saw), "the world's first peel and stick solid wall planking" is certainly easier to install than regular wood paneling.


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