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.
6 thoughts on “Stikwood Peel-and-Stick Solid Wood Paneling”
Rita you always know how to spot the hot design products before most. I love your blog.
Wall coverings as ART! Adds a warm, natural feel to all rooms. Living in San Francisco , with mostly stark, urban areas with little surrounding natural scenery, this helps to bring us back to the needed serenity.
And, reclaimed to boot. Way to go!
Hi there! What is the brand of the grey couch/sectional? (3rd pic after “rustic”) Thanks!
Isabell, I’m not sure but I will see if the manufacturer has any clues! Thanks for reading.
Hi! I would really love to own the bird painting. Do you know if it is available for purchase anywhere?