Charcoal (Black) - Peel and Stick Planks

(7 customer reviews)


Square per box:

19.5 sq. ft.


Peel & Stick

Quantity per box:

12 planks

Size per plank:

46.45” x 5.04” x 0.18”


SPECIFICATIONS: Each peel and stick wood plank is 46.45 in. by 5 in., there are 12 planks per box with a total coverage area of 19.5 square feet. All pieces are about 0.18’’ thick and come in variety of finishes.

NO POWER TOOLS NEEDED: DIY wood paneling doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming. All our wood wall planks are easy to install. Each panel comes with self-adhesive tape and makes installation fun and easy. Just peel and stick!

VARIABLE SURFACE APPLICATION: Our peel and stick wood planks can be installed on different type of surfaces including textured walls, backsplashes, countertops and ceilings. When installed on textured surfaces, in places where the temperature can exceed 125° F. (e.g. near a fireplace or heater) or in rooms that can become damp (e.g. a bathroom), you will need additional adhesive. We recommend a high-quality polyurethane construction adhesive be applied to the back of each plank.

GUARANTEED QUALITY: All products are responsibly sourced, fully recyclable and 100% free of harmful pollutants. We always use only non-toxic adhesives and VOC-free paints. The result is a creation of completely unique spaces and a product you feel good about bringing into your environment.

AUTHENTIC REAL WOOD: All our wood wall planks are responsibly sourced and created by hand. Each panel has been heated at 400+ degree in oxygen-free environment to promote durability and longevity while giving each plank the feel and look of reclaimed wood.

Use a J ROLLER to apply uniform pressure to ensure adhesion.

Installation Guide


4’ level, Saw (Miter Saw, Jigsaw, Fine Tooth Hand Saw or Utility Knife), Pencil, J-roller, Dust Mask.


Allow planks to acclimate by placing them in the area you are installing for 48-72 hours.

WoodyWalls planks can be installed on variety of surfaces such as walls, ceilings, doors, backsplashes, kitchen cabinets and headboards.

Inspect planks thoroughly prior to installation. Avoid using any damaged boards to ensure proper adhesion and to prevent any future problems.

Use caution while working around wall outlets and light switches.

Keep your HVAC at 60-75ºF for a few days prior to installation as well as during and after installation.

DO NOT install as flooring.

DO NOT install in the areas with humidity level above 80% (e.g. bathroom) or the areas where the temperature exceeds 125º F (e.g. near fireplace).


1. Clean the wall surface. Remove all debris, dust, grease, cover plates and protruding nails.

2. Use planks from different bundles to ensure even mix of colors.

3. Dry-lay planks before permanently installing to create your desired pattern*, especially if you are working with multicolor boards.

4. With the use of a pencil and a 4’ level draw a line across the wall 5’’ below the ceiling to create your reference line.

5. Using the reference line as a guide, peel the paper off the 3M adhesive and position the starter row planks groove side up along your line. Press into place.

6. After placing your starter row, apply firm steady pressure along the entire row of planks. Use J-Roller to ensure that steady even pressure is applied to the entire surface, since our adhesive is pressure sensitive.

7. Always use a dust mask to protect yourself from inhaling any debris from cutting wood planks.

8. Make sure to mark locations of light switches, electrical outlets and air vents on the plank before removing the paper liner on the tape.

9. When installing your top and bottom rows, cut the planks lengthwise by using a jigsaw or table saw.

10. Use sanding block to smooth the cut edges if needed.


WoodyWalls Planks are made from real wood materials, the use of dry cloth should be the primary method of cleaning.

Do not use any abrasive cleaners, polishes, wax or oil-based products on your wall.

Wall Décor such as mirrors, pictures, TV’s and shelves can be mounted by drilling THROUGH the boards and using industry standard techniques for installation on the underlying substrate.


! WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.

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7 reviews for Charcoal (Black) - Peel and Stick Planks

  1. Jill Perry

    Easy to install and completely transformed out bedroom. Would highly recommend.

  2. Beth

    Looks great in a recently remodeled bathroom. We used this instead of a backsplash to add some texture variety. We applied a matte lacquer over the top to ensure longevity and so far so good.Update on 10/3/20:This is still looking great in our bathroom, and we actually bought more to use in our bedroom! Love this stuff.

  3. Evgeny Chernousov

    Wow! Really LOVE our new accent wall! WoodyWalls made our home absolutely gorgeous! Fast shipping, great quality and super easy installation! Highly recommend!

  4. The Roach

    Great product easy to install fast shipping. Just a tip, paint the wall black first before you install the wood because walls are not straight and if you look really hard you can see small gaps.

  5. Sarah Hook

    I'd like to start out by saying that I have bought A LOT of wood wall panels from various vendors on Amazon, as well as on Wayfair in the last couple of months desperately trying to find the color I was looking for. The problem I kept running into was that every vendor said their product was "dark grey" but NONE of them actually were. I purchased the WoodyWalls Peel and Stick Wood Planks to go with the "dark grey" panels that I never found. So, we had to take a different route, but that was no fault on this product, as they were the only ones to get their colors right.I purchased the WoodyWalls Peel and Stick Planks in Charcoal (Black). This product is as described on the site in both size and color (black). These panels have pretty strong adhesive tape on the back. If you make a mistake, be prepared to wreck the panel trying to rip it off. It can be done, but not without damaging the product extensively. Suffice to say, don't make a mistake and the adhesion works great. We stuck ours to light knockdown textured wall with no problems. The paneling hasn't come off the wall, and I don't see it happening in the near future either. If it does I'll come back and report, but also we'll just pop a few finishing nails in, problem solved.This product is really easy to install. I am a web designer and baker by trade, but 18 months building a house and then putting a few finishing touches on has taught me A LOT, but I still wouldn't throw myself in the DIYer category, and yet I installed these panels in multiple areas within our house with zero problems (well at least with no problems that are the fault of this product). They are easy to cut and install. I cut the lengths with a compound miter saw (my first time using the saw), easy peasy.I knocked off a star because (1) a good number of these panels were warped. They have channels cut into the backs of them that are supposed to help with the warping. These particular panels' channels are shallower than the other brands I purchased and used, which must account for the fact that this brand was the only one that I saw warpage in. (2) These are pricer than the other brands that I purchased and they are a tinge lesser in quality (see reason 1).All that being said (deep breath), these did the job and look very nice. I definitely recommend them! The photo I attached shows many different panels, the black ones are this particular brand and review.

  6. Roel Failma

    The product was easy to install and the adhesive strips are strong. The only problem is not with the product but with the in unevenness of the wall you install it on. Most walls are not perfectly flat or straight so it might be smart to line the panels up before pulling the backing off the adhesive strips and see if it will work. Just pull a small potion of the backing off the adhesive they won’t fall and you could remove it as well. Also, you will need to know how to cut around wall sockets and switches. Luckily the panels are easy to cut with a jug saw and/or rotary saw.

  7. Ryan Heacock

    Such a great look! Turned out better than expected and easy to install!

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