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Easy Reclaimed Wood Look: Stikwood

Easy Reclaimed Wood Look: Stikwood

I love the look of reclaimed wood – it can add such character to any home.  I was just recently oohing and ahhing over this dining room ceiling:

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…And wondering to myself, “how could I EVER afford that?”

Well!  Guess what!  We don’t need to hire a contractor or hunt for reclaimed wood from some abandoned farmhouse…  there is an easier way, and it’s called Stikwood.

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Stikwood is a super thin “reclaimed wood” self-adhesive panel that you can use on walls or furniture.

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I love it when I stumble across a product that I can give “the three thumbs up”:  Stikwood is 1) inexpensive, 2) easy to implement, and 3) makes a huge design impact.

 

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As you can imagine, DIYers have gone completely nutso with this stuff.  I see a lot of accent walls getting the Stikwood treatment:

 

white weathered stikwood

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kids room

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But there are so many other ways to use it.   I love the “headboard” idea:

headboard

 

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And how AMAZING would it be to put it on your kitchen island?!


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This person performed the ultimate IKEA hack and put Stikwood on their dresser:

 

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Apparently the East Coast is going to be snowed in for the next few days.  I’m thinking maybe I should use this time to Stikwood my basement sitting room…

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You can see all the different colors, see more great ideas and learn more about Stikwood here.

 

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