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Your laundry room doesn’t need to be dull and dreary. There are many ways to decorate a laundry room, and one of the most effective ones is by adding a wooden accent wall. Don’t worry; there is a way to spruce up your laundry room without breaking the bank, and that’s with peel-and-stick wood planks.

If you’re looking for laundry room wall planks, you’ve come to the right place. Stikwood peel-and-stick planks can transform any room in your house into a cozy, warm space, or anything else you want it to be.

The Perfect Touch for Laundry Room or Mudroom

Stikwood produces high-quality peel-and-stick wall planks you can put in any room of your house. These planks aren’t only made for walls; they can also be used for headboards, shelves, wall art, backsplashes, ceilings, and home décor.

But if you decide to buy Stikwood wall planks for your laundry room, you can choose from a wide selection of styles, designs, and colors. What makes Stikwood wall planks such a good choice is how easy it is to install and customize them.

Whether you want to make your laundry room brighter, fancier, or more comfortable, you can do that with Stikwood laundry room wall planks.

Browse More Than 30 Styles of Laundry Room Wall Planks

Here at Stikwood, we offer over 30 unique finishes. Our planks are thin, lightweight, and crafted from reclaimed and sustainable natural wood. What’s more, they were naturally weathered. This means that each plank has special characteristics like nail holes, knots, and a pronounced grain.

If you want a natural reclaimed wood laundry room accent, our weathered plank collection includes Weathered Wood, Weathered Wood White, Weathered Wood Gray, Sierra Silver, Barrel Oak, and Silvermyst finishes.

Depending on whether you want your laundry room to appear modern or rustic, you can choose between light-colored and dark-colored wood. Hamptons, Minimalistic Fir, Modern White, Weathered Wood White, Rustic White, and Sienna are some of the lighter finishes.

On the other hand, darker shades include Graystone, Black Cherry, Charcoal, Left Coast, Modern Brown, Onyx, Plum, Cocoa, and more.

Stikwood also has some new finishes you can use for your laundry room wall planks. This includes rustic white, Woodland Dusk, Steel Gray, Redwood Grove, Valley Fog, and Modern Brown finishes.

How to Install Laundry Room Wall Planks

Stikwood wood wall plans were designed for effortless DIY installation. You don’t need to use many tools to install the peel-and-stick planks in your laundry room—just something to measure with and something to cut with.

As with any installation, you have to prepare the room first. This means moving any furniture away from the walls. In this case, you’re going to need to move the washing machine, dryer, hangers, and similar laundry room appliances if they are in front of the wall you want to use Stikwood on.

Once you receive your Stikwood order, take them out, unwrap them, and put them somewhere in the laundry room if possible. They need a few days to acclimate. On installation day, make sure your walls are free of dust, dirt, and grease, and are dry.

Installing the planks is easy. All you need to do is peel off the tape from the back and stick the plank to the wall. It’s a good idea to start at the top and work toward the bottom. How long the installation will take depends on whether you want to install these planks on only one wall or the entire room.

What makes Stikwood planks so great is that you can have fun with them and make your own design. If you want more details on how to install Stikwood wall planks, you can check out this article.

Wood Wall Plank Ideas for Other Rooms

If you like the idea of peel-and-stick backsplash designs in laundry rooms, you can add wood wall planks in other rooms. Here are some ideas:


You might think that adding wall planks to a bathroom isn’t practical, but Stikwood is available with a splash-safe coating.


If you want to make your bedroom cozier or more comfortable, Stikwood wood planks can make that happen. Here are some ideas for using Stikwood planks to decorate your bedroom.

Dining Room

Choosing darker Stikwood wood planks can make a dining room appear more sophisticated and elegant. Here are different ways you can use Stikwood planks in your dining room.


Adding white and light-colored wood planks to your kitchen can give it a rustic cottage aesthetic. You can use these planks for a kitchen backsplash, counters, islands, and other places in your kitchen.


Your hallway is the first room people see when they enter your house. You can make a great first impression or create a contrast with the other rooms in your house by adding peel-and-stick planks.


Installing peel-and-stick wood planks in your nursery can make it warmer and more welcoming. You can follow our six adorable nursery design ideas for inspiration on what you can achieve with Stikwood planks.


Creating the right ambiance in your home office can make you more productive and motivated. You just need to figure out which color scheme fits your office’s aesthetic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Stikwood REAL wood?

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.

Can I install Stikwood myself?

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!

Does Stikwood work on textured walls?

Stikwood can stick to most standard textures as long as the wall is painted, dry and dust free. If you have an uncommon or excessive texture you will want to sand down the bumps and paint the sanded areas. If you’re not sure if your walls should be sanded, please send us a message!

Is Stikwood removable?

Stikwood is considered a permanent design solution so with removal of the planks, there will be some damage to the wall such as peeling of the paint and drywall.

How long will Stikwood last?

Stikwood’s adhesive is rated for 10 years!

Can it be used outdoors?

As a rule, we don’t recommend outdoor use.

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