Did you see this over at West Elm? Stikwood is slated as the world's first peel and stick solid wood paneling. When I first saw the ad, I assumed it was just faux wood wallpaper but it's not. It's wood that is super-thin - .125" thick or .2" thick if it's the reclaimed wood options. Here are the options as shown on the Stikwood site.
The possibilities for using Stikwood are pretty much endless. It's also made in the USA and slated as free VOCs too. Wish I had known about it before our basement reno as mudding and sanding drywall
image via Lynne Door Design
How would you use it?