How to use Stikwood peel and stick reclaimed wood wall treatment – a very simple way to add a shiplap wall treatment to any room. Works really well on plaster walls too! I received product from Stikwood for this post, but was not obligated to write a positive review. As always, opinions are 100% my own.
I’ve learned something about what really gives me allll the heart eyes in a home. I am in love with adding architectural interest and texture. It just elevates a room from good to WOW.
How to use Stikwood:
I love how our DIY brick wall makes such an impact. I love the shiplap in our bathroom & kitchen. And I love the Stikwood ceiling in our hallway. Now? I love this Stikwood wall in our bedroom!
I wanted to either do shiplap or a board & batten wall treatment (like we did in our son’s room) on the wall behind our bed. BUT we have old plaster walls, and they’re kind of a nightmare to work with. If we would have to put nails in them, we’d have to repair the plaster & repaint…just an annoying process.
We used Stikwood on our plaster ceilings in our downstairs hallway, and it was the perfect solution to cover up the cracking plaster.
When I tell you this is such an easy project, please believe me! It is SO simple, and anyone can do it! I finished this wall with my husband (and two little “helpful” kiddos) in an afternoon. Come see the short video I made – you can see how seriously simple it is to install:
How to use Stikwood:
See?? So simple! And the results are so beautiful:
Stikwood is an amazing product, but I will warn you, it may not fit everyone’s budget. I can vouch for the fact that it is a wonderfully made product from a company that I fully support, but I just needed to let you know that it may not be the budget-friendly way to go. But if you have room for it in the budget? Then I 100% recommend the product 🙂
This style is called “Hamptons” – it’s new, and I really love it so much. It adds just enough texture and warmth to the room, and we’ll enjoy it for years to come.
Kim Brown says
Where do you get the stick wood from I’m dying to know?
You can order through their website! Just click on the link in the post 🙂
Is the art behind your night stands one of your DIY projects?
They are! I have promised to put up a tutorial someday soon! 🙂
Samantha Arsenault says
Where did you get your bed decor?