Hello friends. I was browsing my Facebook feeds one day and discovered this amazing product that I just had to try. As someone who refurbishes furniture, I am always looking for different ways to transform my pieces. This product is called Stikwood. Stikwood is the world’s first Peel & Stik reclaimed and sustainable wood planking.
If you are a furniture artist or avid DIY'er and love the look of barnwood , you will love this product. It is so easy to use. Literally, you just PLAN, PEEL and STICK. I was so excited by this product that I wrote Stikwood and asked if they would collaborate on a project. The Stikwood is normally used for planking walls, but I am using it to transform a traditional looking china cabinet by backing the interior with the Stikwood. This is real solid wood planking!
The Stikwood comes in different-sized lengths, similar to wood flooring.
You can use the Stikwood either horizontally or vertically. For my cabinet, I installed them vertically with one plank going horizontally to cover the brace. By installing them vertically for this project, I was able to use just half of the box.
I love the rustic barnwood paired with white ironstone and the fresh white paint. They just play up so well together. The cabinet is painted in 'Simplicity' Country Chic Paint, distressed and waxed.
It can get a little expensive if you were to plank a large wall, but using it to transform furniture is reasonable because you use so little of it. Imagine all the possibilities! I can see using the Stikwood on some mid-century modern pieces too. They would look AMAZING!
Here are some Work-In-Progress
The Stikwood is very easy to work with.
The planks are available in multiple finishes and styles. If you would like more information on Stikwood and their other products, visit their site at www.stikwood.com.
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