I spotted Stikwood during last month’s Architectural Design Home Show, where the Sacramento-based company launched their new Charcoal wood finish made of American oak that resembles the Japanese scorched-wood technique, Shou-sugi-ban. Dating back to 1700’s Japan, wood charring was originally used as a natural sealant.
First launched in 2012, Stikwood manufactures the world’s first peel-and-stick, thin-plank format solid wood planking for wall decor made from reclaimed and sustainable woods sourced from locations around the country. Intended for both residential and commercial projects, Stikwood is VOC-free, made in the USA, and available in 16 finishes in a range of styles from contemporary to rustic.
Images courtesy Stikwood except where noted.