5 Seriously Stylish Stikwood Ceilings
The lightweight nature of Stikwood makes for a perfect addition to the ceiling! The possibilities are endless when you incorporate the beauty of natural patina wood material into your space. Check out a few of our latest ceiling projects!
Pitched Reclaimed Sierra Gold Ceilings
The golden tones of a wooden ceiling brings an element of character that will have your guests gazing up and admiring!
Farmhouse Styled Tray Ceiling
Tray ceilings can seem like a wasted feature unless painted a different color or given some texture that the rest of the room doesn’t already have. This tray ceiling adds a rustic touch to this French Farmhouse style bedroom.
Octagon Neutral Ceiling
Use a neutral reclaimed wood style for a tray ceiling that blends with any seasonal decor from warm fall colors to bright summery tones.
Rustic Cathedral Ceiling
Take full advantage of these high cathedral ceilings. Add in a large chandelier and pair with a little Reclaimed wood. This rustic look is a natural complement to nearby brick features.
Modern Victorian Ceiling
Achieving this design style can be tricky when combining the best of both worlds.
These are just a few of the seriously stylish ceilings we’ve come across. If you have a spectacular ceiling design of your own, we’d love to see it! Share it with us or reach out to see how we can help you turn your ceiling into an interior design statement.
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Carter Crandall, an interior designer from Blythe Interiors, recently worked on a small 10' x 10' canyon oasis that happened to start as a shed. Her clients, originally from the Pacific Northwest and Northern Idaho, love hiking, camping and anything to do with the outdoors, so Carter wanted to create a space that brought the outdoors in. She also wanted to make sure that she introduced some California Chic style. We recently interviewed Carter about the project and are thrilled to walk you through how she decided to use Reclaimed Weathered Wood White as her Stikwood design in this amazing space that they have named Nestled in Nature.