Fall in Love with Your Walls Again
There's nothing better than a dramatic transformation. Check out these before and after Stikwood projects!
Living Room Rehab
From sixties outdated paint and decor to a modern take on this living room remodel. Adding a reclaimed accent wall gave this room a whole new look! Thanks for sharing, Melanie!
Talk about an obvious hallway update! Christina's Adventure had a much more labor intensive update, taking an old victorian home to a cozy farmhouse styled home for their family. The final result is swoon worthy!
Photo Credit: Christina’s Adventures
Bar Room Bliss
Local business, Berkeley bar updated the bar-side of the restaurant with Reclaimed Barrel Oak staves on the walls. The high-top tables and large pendant lights give this space the perfect ambiance for a night out with friends.
Photo Credit: Kat Alves Photography
Lavish Laundry Room
Nowadays laundry rooms are a part of the whole house and should incorporate the same caliber level of decor as the rest of the home. An accent wall is a great way to spruce up this commonly forgotten about space and make it an eye-catching room! Thanks for sharing, Landon!
Make Your Office Your Home
From cream colored walls and square office furniture to a completely renovated restoration hardware inspired room!
Photo Credit: Design, Dining and Diapers
Playful Bunk Beds
A modern take on a children's room that can have the style lasting through their teenage years. The Vertical Caramelized Bamboo is an easy wall treatment to update, change and style around while still keeping the room current.
Photo Credit: House Tweaking
The place that is often not paid much attention will start to become the conversation starter with all your guests! Thanks for sharing, Michelle!
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Gather around our workbench and learn from our team how fun it is to transform your space into something you love.Start Creating!
Designer, Margaret Shutze, chose Stikwood to create a warm, open and inviting space where guests would feel welcome within a small footprint.