Stikwood Brings New Life to a Living Space with Zevy Joy
Annie, from the blog Zevy Joy, just used Stikwood in a recent home renovation and detailed the process and the results in her blog, Zevy Joy. She used Stikwood Reclaimed Weathered Wood Gray to create a timeless focal/accent wall in her living room. The results of her redesign are gorgeous and we are so happy she shared them with us!
As Annie said, "I am really enjoying this subtle update and couldn’t be happier with how doable this project really was. I was a little nervous that it sounded too good to be true (that the wood would stick with adhesive strips and I only needed to lay it out, measure, cut the end pieces, and apply). But it really was!"
Stikwood is real wood, real easy. Thanks, Annie, for sharing how it's done.
See more of the beautiful pics and read about the transformation in her blog post at Zevy Joy.
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