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Four Ways to Use Rustick Wall for Fall Décor

To get your creative juices flowing, we’ve come up with four ways to use Rustick Wall in a variety of spaces.

Office designs impact productivity. (Oiled Leather, Rustick Wall Co.)

​​​​​1. Office

From temperature to lighting and furniture to design aesthetic, the environment of the workplace has an impact on productivity. Creating a warm, bright open environment will allude to positive activity.

Do you have a space in the workroom that you would like to separate? Try framing a headboard with Rustick Wall wooden wall covering to mark an elegant divider between pods or living space in general.

Looking for a touch of wood to create a modern look for potential and current employees or clients to see when they get an office tour? This rustic(k) wall presents a unique look that will get everyone begging at your front door to come inside and work!

Are you outside or inside? It’s all an illusion! (Dovetail, Rustick Wall Co.)

2. Movie Room

When the cooler temperatures hit, there is nothing better than staying indoors and watching a movie with popcorn and hot cocoa. What is just as exciting as being indoors watching a movie? Being outdoors watching a movie! Adding a wooden wall covering combines the fun of summer outdoor movies in the park with the comfort of being in your home snuggled up watching “Halloweentown,” “Hocus Pocus,” or “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.” For the full effect, cover the entire wall with a lighter wood. It’s easier to see and will make you feel like you’re outdoors, day or night!

Can you spot the wooden wall covering? Sneaky! (Dovetail, Rustick Wall Co.)

3. Backsplash

This idea is a clever one! Adding a wooden backsplash beneath your cabinets and around the kitchen appliances is a subtle, unique way to make your home feel like fall. Kitchens are one of the most important rooms in the home. It’s where memories are made, life is discussed, and a good batch of chocolate chip cookies is baked with family during the holidays. This room should be open and inviting. Your kitchen will be one of the lightest, most welcoming rooms in the home with a light wooden accent. 

Isn’t this dreamy? Sweet dreams! (White Wash, Rustick Wall Co.)

4. Bedroom

If the kitchen is the most inviting room in the home, then the bedroom is the polar opposite. This is your sanctuary; a room for relaxing, renewal, Netflix, and deep sleep. The combination of a grey or neutral shade and a wood wall creates a rustic(k) log cabin feel that’s also as light as the feather pillow underneath your neck. The panels exude a cozy environment for a sleepy night.

Final Thoughts - Sustainability

Let’s talk about sustainability. Rustick Wall Co. makes affordable and easy-to-install wall coverings crafted from byproducts of our exquisite flooring. We create hardwood floors that are not only sustainable but also great quality. These wall coverings are nothing short of that!


Every newly crafted Shannon & Waterman wide plank floor has its beginnings in our family-owned, old growth forests. For generations, we’ve masterfully managed our forests for true sustainability—ensuring that we always have the mature trees necessary to supply the densely grown, stable, and generously proportioned wood to create the floors of your dreams. In addition, many of our products are FSC® certified.

The complete Shannon & Waterman line of products can be viewed on our website here: S&W Floors.

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