Easy video tutorial for how to use Stikwood.
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.
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.