Modern Material Inspiration: Stikwood

Modern Material Inspiration: Stikwood

Modern Material Inspiration: Stikwood 960 540 Chute Gerdeman

Using reclaimed wood is a particularly popular material trend right now in retail and restaurant design, but it can be a little difficult to secure if not sourced locally, and end up being a less than affordable material option. One solution worth exploring would be an innovative wood material called Stikwood—the world’s first peel and stick wood plank.

The product can be easily applied with a peel and stick method to virtually almost any surface—walls, ceilings or even furniture pieces to create wooden accents within a space. Priced at $8 to $12.50 per square foot, Stikwood comes in a wide variety of colors and finishes from a more contemporary to a more rustic aesthetic, as well as a few unique patterned options. Wood panels can be placed horizontally, vertically or diagonally, and varying lengths and color combinations can be used to create an even more distinct design.

Not only is the product made in the USA, but also sustainable, environmentally friendly, uses a VOC free adhesive material, and the ultra slim planks help in terms of cutting down on shipping costs and the carbon footprint. It’s a product that not only looks good, but you can also feel good about using too.

Given the simplicity of the product, this can literally be a one man or woman job and with pre-planning the space can be transformed in little to no time at all. Yes, you still need to cut the planks to the desired length, but the process is drastically more efficient than most traditional wood panel applications.

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Photo Credit: Stikwood

And if you’re worried about the wood panel trend phasing out at some point, the brand is working on a temporary adhesive solution. This would give restaurants and retailers the option to use for temporary installations, feature spaces, or switch out as they shift the store design over time.

Check out this video to see firsthand how Stikwood works.

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