8 New Year, New Stikwood Space Ideas
A new year calls for new design ideas and new projects. Get inspired with some looks for your largest or even smallest of spaces!
#1 Dream Vanity
This simple vanity design brings a light, airy feeling to the room. Minimalist fir makes a great addition to the background of the vanity.
Photo Credit: This Old House--Emerson Green Homes
#2 Refreshing Mom Cave
Hamptons adds a farmhouse touch to this tidy, refreshing space. Completely inviting with its all-white palette and subtle natural textures makes for the perfect mom cave.
Photo Credit: Rooms for Rent
#3 Boys’ Locker Room Bliss
Reclaimed Sports Floor brings amusement and energy into this basketball-themed bedroom design. You may find the kids never want to leave!
Photo credit: David Meaux Photography
#4 Mountainesque Entryway
Reclaimed Sierra Gold’s natural golden tones pair perfectly with this Aspen inspired mountain home. A perfect place to rest your ski’s against without the worry of dirtying up the wall.
Thank you, Caldwell and Johnson!
#5 Mid-Century Modern Snooze
An industrial take inside an executive hotel suite. The metal bed frame and vintage inspired cage lighting complete the look when paired with the Reclaimed Weathered Wood feature wall.
Designed by: Erika Fitzgerald
Photo credit: Worth Interiors
#6 Pretty in Pastels
A subtle tie into the gold accents throughout the room, the Reclaimed Sierra Silver roughs up a space full of soft tones and matte furniture accessories.
Designed by: Sugar & Cloth
#7 - Eclectic Modern
A functional guest bedroom starts with double beds! This room boasts a colorful palette yet is still easy on the eyes--perfect for a guest room.
Designed by: Todd Peddicord
#8 Tiny Luxury
In need of some small space inspiration? This tiny home in Maui choose a small area that would help draw the eye to a specific location. The foolproof solution to creating a gorgeous television backdrop.
Designed by: Tiny Heirloom
Have your own creative space where you’ve used Stikwood? Send your pictures our way and we’ll share your work!
Gather around our workbench and learn from our team how fun it is to transform your space into something you love.Start Creating!
First things first, make sure to keep things minimal and organized. The key to a mid-century modern space is for everything to have its place. While you can keep extra blankets and decorations in your design, strategically place each one to make it appear that it is right where it belongs.