Like bead board wallpaper, Stikwood is able to create the illusion of custom trim woodwork, for a fraction of the price and time. Sourced and manufactured in the USA, it's a pretty green product. The company claims that Stickwood products are VOC free, which is great for people with sensitivities to scents, which can be triggered by remodelers using noxious adhesives and paints.
The photos of customers' projects on Stikwood's Tumblr are pretty inspiring. One customer used Stikwood to cover the back side of a kitchen island. Another totally changed the look of a living room by covering a wall with it. Another customer framed a fireplace with it (it's flammable like all wood; it appears that the fireplace is not in use).
Have you tried Stikwood? I'm excited to try it myself. With so many possible DIY applications and a fairly reasonable price, Stikwood is an attractive new material to work with.
Chaya Kurtz writes for Networx.com.View original post.
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