Stikwood + WeWork - Rethinking Your Walls and What We Do Between Them
Wework re-defined the way we work when they launched back in 2010. Their vision was to create a community that transcended the shared workspace environment. Since their launch, they have expanded with locations around the world.
One thing Stikwood shares with wework is an appreciation of the innovation that arises when you re-examine the spaces in which we live and work, see beyond the walls, and get to the heart of the "why."
Stikwood is proud to have our reclaimed and sustainable wood wall planking included in so many wework spaces from New York to Seattle.
Devin Bermew, the creative director for wework, summed it up, "For us its been great...especially as we are expanding nationally and globally having a consistent source for wood paneling where we know the look is going to be good and the quality is going to be good. It has been awesome because everything we get from them has been great, consistent product."
Gather around our workbench and learn from our team how fun it is to transform your space into something you love.Start Creating!
Whether the scraps arose from a fireplace surround application or a rustic wood wall paneling project in a bedroom, there's a reason to be grateful for those leftover reclaimed wood planks: They can be used to amp up style across your home. Here are six small-scale projects you can complete with leftover Stikwood just in time for your holiday guests to arrive.