Stikwood + Ikea = Stikea, An Ikea Hacker's Dream
Ikea Hacking is a subculture unto itself. Why not take easy to build (arguably sometimes!), cost-effective furnishings and add your own personal flair to them?
Stikwood is the perfect companion to an Ikea Hacker's project. Since it's thin, easy to use, and can be applied with a simple peel and stick, this is an Ikea hack that is fun, quick and very satisfying. Made in America, with reclaimed and sustainable woods, you can find a perfect finish for any space, even add the printed patterns of PlankPrints to bring your Ikea furnishings to a new level.
One of the most popular Stikwood headboard Ikea hacks from Sugar and Cloth (seen above) was featured in a recent blog by My Domaine, "16 Chic-to-Death IKEA Hacks You Have to Try." Stikwood is a natural for headboard hacking. We also love this Reclaimed Weathered Wood Ikea headboard hack from the blog, This is Our Forest.
But no reason to limit yourself to headboards. We have seen Stikwood Ikea Hacks on Kitchen Islands, Tables, and cabinets as well! Do you have a great Stikwood Ikea hack? We would love to see it. Please share it with us on Facebook or Twitter with #Stikea.
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Need a short and sweet fix for style-devoid walls? Wainscoting is a great option! Used for centuries, the framed wall paneling is perfect for covering up minor wall damage that’s already there, or simply protecting the wall from everyday wear and tear. No matter where the wainscoting rises to, either one-third or two-thirds up the wall, it’s a classic way to incorporate personality into a room. While beadboard and square moldings are traditional looks, they aren’t the only way to go. Peel and stick wood is another option that cuts the install time in half, since you don’t have to measure and cut molding into perfect squares then nail it all into the wall. Before you give the look a whirl, check out these winning examples of peel and stick wainscoting.