Our 100% real, reclaimed & sustainable wood planks are lightweight and easy to install, making them perfect for ceilings.
Wood ceilings and ceiling accents can offer the most striking effects in a home, from office spaces to living rooms and even bathrooms. The natural weather-resistant properties, gorgeous texturing, and acoustic benefits make wood a great choice. But peel and stick wood ceiling planks can help you elevate the décor to the next level.
Stikwood reclaimed wood planks for ceilings have the added benefit of being sustainable, high-quality, and unique. They’re easier to install than full wood planks and are ideal if you want to save some money on a redecoration project. Add a piece of authentic nature to your home with one of the many Stikwood reclaimed wood plank options.
There’s no end to what you can achieve with peel and stick wood ceiling planks. You can create your own cabin interior in the heart of the city or build that cottage-style kitchen space you’ve always wanted.
The natural weathering of Stikwood reclaimed wood ceiling planks makes each piece unique and allows it to share its story. You don’t have to worry about modern appliances or gadgets blending with the new décor, as weathered reclaimed wood planks contrast modern amenities beautifully.
Peel-and-stick wood ceiling planks make excellent additions to bathroom ceilings when you want to feel like you’re entering a spa.
Whether you want darker or lighter colors to set a specific mood or make a unique play on existing furnishings, Stikwood offers many options.
You can choose lighter peel-and-stick wood ceiling planks to make a small room feel more spacious and illuminated. Alternatively, you can opt for a gray pattern of reclaimed wood planks for ceilings with warm undertones to make rooms feel comfy.
Even darker wood ceiling planks have their uses and can make the largest of rooms feel cozy and safe. Match the color with the mood, and you’re guaranteed to be satisfied with the result.
Installing peel-and-stick wood ceiling planks is easier than drilling or snapping tongue-and-groove wood planks together on ceiling surfaces. Gravity certainly isn’t your friend in these situations, so you’ll want something you can finish quickly.
Stikwood peel-and-stick wood ceiling planks require a little pressure to create a strong adhesive bond, and like any other type of wall or ceiling accent, the installation requires following a few simple steps. Don’t worry, though. It’s nothing you can’t handle on your own.
Once you’ve reviewed how to install wood planks on ceilings, don’t let your Stikwood planks stay in the box until installation day. Take them out and spread them on the floor for 2–5 days. It will give the planks room to breathe and enough time to acclimate to the environment in the room. By adapting to the temperature and humidity, the reclaimed ceiling planks are less likely to separate and warp after installation.
Prepare the ceiling by wiping it down with a dry cloth. You want to absorb the moisture and remove as many dust particles as possible to help the adhesive strips stick better. Also, let new paint dry for at least 4–5 days before putting the planks in place. Even if the paint seems dry after just one or two days, it’s best to leave it to cure a bit longer.
The following tools will help you when installing wood ceiling planks.
Drawing a reference line makes installing reclaimed wood ceiling planks easier and helps you stay straight when installing them. If you want to create a more exciting look, try playing around with some different geometric-inspired arrangements.
After installing two complete rows, you should have a good idea of how to proceed further, and you won’t need more reference lines.
Peel-and-stick the rest of the wood ceiling planks based on the two initial rows. Try to get them as tightly packed as possible to avoid gaps.
On the last row, you’ll probably have to perform a lengthwise cut to match the remaining ceiling surface area width. You can use Stikwood Wood Corner Trims for any outside corners for an even more polished ceiling design.
You can find more information on this installation process here.