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Design Sleuth: Stikwood Wall Covering

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Design Sleuth: Stikwood Wall Covering

Julie Carlson August 26, 2013

Sacramento, CA-based Jerry and Laura McCall are the couple behind Stikwood, a company that makes peel-and-stick wood wallpaper from reclaimed weathered planking; it’s available in a range of finishes (rustic white, weathered gray, reclaimed barrel oak). Bonus points: It’s made in the US; it’s VOC free, and it’s made from reclaimed wood.

To see the full line, go to Stikwood.

Above: Designers Amy Aswell and K. J. Singh of Beta Form Industries created a rough-hewn look in their interiors for Hock Farm Restaurant using Stikwood’s Reclaimed Weathered Wood (see more of the project at A Modernist Farm in Town).

Above L: A roll of Reclaimed Weathered Wood White that covers 40 square feet is $500. Above R: A roll of Stikwood Reclaimed Weathered Wood that covers 40 square feet is; both are available directly from Stikwood.

N.B.: Stikwood Wall Covering is also available from Anthropologie as well as from West Elm, which carries all 14 of the different finishes of Stikwood Adhesive Panels.

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