This warm coffee colored finish is just light enough to reveal a hint of the wood grain without the color variation that you would get from fully weathered wood planks. Use it to cozy up a contemporary room.
Our products are made in the USA, crafted to retain their natural weathering and beauty. When you buy from us, your money stays here.
At Restoration Theory, sustainability is designed into our products. We're focused on reducing our carbon footprint wherever we can.
Our products contain no VOCs and all finishes are done either by nature, or in house. Our products are Indoor Advantage™ Gold—Indoor Air Quality Certified to SCS-EC10.3-2014 v4.0.
Our products are designed to make the most out of each piece of wood. Along with producing a beautyful eco-smart product, we collect our sawdust is used to create power for our community.
Because Stikwood is lightweight, it is easy to lift, cut and install. Cutting around outlets and switches are a cinch, and you can just butt our planks right up to your existing baseboards.
Our products are designed specifically for walls and ceilings to give you more ways to bring nature into your designs.
When you use our products, you are buying direct from the maker. Have a question, or need assistance, you are connected to the experts (no middle men!) and our only goal is to provide you with the best experience possible.
Our ThinPlank design lets our real wood planks hug your surface and stay stuck. Thinner is better!
We rely on SCS Global Services (a pioneer and leader in the field of sustainability standards and third-party certification) to give you confidence that our products are sustainable and safe.
Our products are reclaimed and/or sustainable. LEED point opportunities are available.
Fast, reliable installation, combined with unique designer finishes and top-tier customer support.
Available with a Class A fire treatment—built for the demands of a commercial environment.
Indoor Advantage Gold certification assures that building material products support a healthy indoor environment by meeting strict indoor air quality (IAQ) chemical emission limits for volatile organic compounds (VOCs). To be certified, products must be tested by independent labs for compliance with CDPH/EHLB Standard Method V1-1 for VOC emissions of concerns. (Paints, coatings, sealants and adhesives must also meet VOC content requirement in addition to the IAQ emission standard.)