When you’re looking to add a dash of luxury and warmth to your home, cedar wall planks are an excellent choice. They’ll enrich any space and boost your room’s visual appeal. Better yet, reclaimed cedar wall planks won’t burn a hole in your pocket, and they’ll let you give back to our planet.

Unlike traditional panels, peel and stick cedar wall planks don’t involve expert skills or knowledge. You can DIY a plank wall easily, even if you’re a beginner. As your cedar wall planks supplier, we take care of the heavy work, and all you have to do is – peel and stick!

Here are the steps for installing your wall planks without hassle.

1. Prepare Your Space and Planks

When you unbox your planks, separate them to give them some breathing room and leave them in the space where you’ll install them for 2-5 days. Because our planks are made from real wood, they need to acclimate to the space and adjust to the room’s temperature and humidity.

Once the planks are ready, wipe the wall you’ll install them on with a dry cloth to ensure there’s no dust or moisture. This way, the planks can stick properly. If installing the planks on a freshly painted wall, make sure at least 4-5 days have passed since the painting.

Finally, gather the necessary supplies.

  • A cutting tool
  • A measuring tool
  • A marking tool
  • A ladder (or something else sturdy and safe to stand on)
  • A J-roller

2. Install the First Two Rows

If your ceiling is level, measure down from it to draw a reference line. If it isn’t, you can use the baseboard as a reference and measure up from it. You should draw the line at around 25˝ from the ceiling/baseboard, as our planks have a width of 5˝. Then, peel and stick the first two planks so they’re adjacent on both sides of the reference line. Place the remaining planks above and below the line to finish the first two rows.

3. Install the Remaining Rows

Building on the initial two rows, peel and stick the rest of your planks as if you were putting together a puzzle. Make sure the planks are well-connected to avoid gaps.

It’s best to go with a staggered design to avoid the monotony of a recognizable pattern, though this is mostly a personal preference.

When you get to the last row, cut the planks lengthwise to ensure they fit perfectly. Once the panel is complete, use our Wood Corner Trim for all outside corners to achieve an elegant and professional look.

If you want to see a detailed breakdown of the installation process, you can find it here.

Whatever your preferred home style and décor, there are peel and stick cedar wall planks that will complement it perfectly. If you want to spruce up your home office and make it a more pleasant place to work, there are many options to explore.

Wall planks let you create eye-catching accent walls to make your space more dynamic. You can also add them to the whole room for an all-over cozy feeling.

Lining bathroom walls with cedar wall planks is a prominent home décor trend. It makes your bathroom look less sterile and creates a serene space to enjoy spa-like baths.

Our wall planks come in a wide range of colors, from earthy, natural tones to red cedar wall planks that will breathe more life into your home.

Of course, there’s more to consider than color when choosing cedar wall planks. To ensure planks will decorate your walls long-term, you must choose a reliable cedar wall planks manufacturer.

Not all wood is the same, so we gather the highest-quality options from around the country, ensuring all our planks have the Indoor Advantage™ Gold—Indoor Air Quality certificate. Our naturally weathered cedar planks are real reclaimed wood, with a finish created by nature itself. You can’t get this look using a machine.

Frequently Asked Questions

All of our planks are 100% real wood. In addition, Stikwood is made from wood that is naturally weathered which means your planks will be one-of-a-kind.

Peel and stick wood planks were invented by Stikwood to make the installation of our product easier than ever before. Each wood plank comes with easy-to-use adhesive strips on the back that you simply need to peel and stick onto your wall or ceiling.

Stikwood is DIY-friendly and can be installed by anyone which means if you do want to use the help of a professional, they’ll have no issues installing it either!