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Favorite Spaces in 2016

By: Amy McVay
Posted In: Design Log


Rustic Nursery

A little deer antlers and a few lanterns and you've got yourself the epitome of a rustic-themed room. 


Zoo Themed

A neutral take on a nursery design. Zoo animal portraits and bright furniture mixed with our Morning Mist style give this room palette a completely cozy feel.


Fun Yet Versatile

Keeping the walls neutral but adding a pop of color in a room is easily done with bedding and accent furniture pieces. Once the kids grow up, it's easy re-done to suit their current style. 


He Shoots, He Scores

We have to say, adding a real reclaimed gym floor as an accent wall piece is the icing on the cake in this sports themed room.


Victorian Chic

Take a step back in time to channel this vintage styled space that may just make you feel like a queen.


Bright or Bust

Give your room a costal-modern look with our Reclaimed Weathered Wood Gray for the beachy feel, while pairing cobalt blue and bright orange to modernize the space. 


Midcentury Modern

Throw in some texture on the walls to help bring with the wrought iron furniture and terrarium night stands together.


Elongate Your Office

Take a vertical approach with your next project! It may help lengthen the walls and make the space feel taller.


Slanted wall? No problem.

Take the traditional shingle roof look and add it to walls that may not be so square, are maybe slanted or framed at an angle. It creates an eye-catching look that pairs perfectly with these odd shaped walls. 


Weekend DIY

A project so simple, it can be done in one day! The perfect project if you're looking at doing something smaller. With only about 40 square feet, you can create a real wooden headboard, with no extra help needed. How about that for DIY?


Cook In Style

Drop down ceilings can be an eye-sore and challenging to work around. Take this tiny home approach and use the area to create some visual interest above. 


Your Dream Cabin Came to Life

Bring in large, open spaces by applying an original face reclaimed wood to a slanted tray ceiling. It will give you the feeling of being wrapped with the comfort of that cabin in the woods. 


High-shine, High-rise

Mix up shiny modern appliances with a small accent wall of reclaimed wood. Not only does it make the dining room feel like it's own space, but it can also help loosen the feel of high-gloss materials.  


 Revamped Mud Room

Your typical mud room doesn't have to be so muddy after all! Take advantage of this space and give your guests a bright and cheerful welcome before they step into the home. 

Thank you for being a part of the Stikwood family! We can't wait to see what else you share with us in 2017. 


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