Thursday, February 4, 2016

A Must-do . . . or Oh-no? Peel and Stick Reclaimed Wood for Walls

Peel and Stick Wood Planks for Walls
A Must-do . . .  or Oh-no?

photo via Stikwood 

I'm always on the lookout for an easy DIY project that has big impact.
And also something that won't tragically destroy my house when 
I'm tired of it and attempt to remove it.

I found lots of blogs featuring these "Peel and Stick" reclaimed wood planks.
They're beautiful - I love the look.  Installation sounds fairly easy.  Reviews I read said to plan the layout carefully, the adhesive is strong, so it's not easily taken off and rearranged.

Alas, peel and stick does not equate to being easily removed when you're tired of them.
So be prepared for serious wall-repair when you've had enough.

The product shown here is Stikwood.
Here's what the site says:
Made from reclaimed and sustainable woods sourced from various locations in the U.S., Stikwood products boast the natural beauty that only time and the forces of nature can provide. With its remarkably simple Peel and Stik installation process, Stikwood brings the look of wood planking within reach as a fast and cost-effective interior design solution.

There is a multitude of options and finishes to choose from -

Interesting site to check out in your spare time.  Just saying.

photo via Stikwod

I can't help but wonder if wood plank walls will be the future Z-Brick of today.
Which almost universally makes buyers cringe when house hunting.

What do you think?  
Would you give it a try in your house?

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