Most often shiplap is used in the construction of farmhouses, barns, sheds, and much older buildings. However, that is quickly changing as the incorporation of shiplap is becoming the go-to paneling for exterior, interior, and the decor of newer homes. Shiplap gives homeowner’s that distinctive rustic look that is trending and doesn’t appear to be going anywhere, anytime soon, and we couldn’t be happier.
A lot of homeowner’s love the line shadow pattern that comes with the shiplap as the planks overlap the wooden plank just beneath it while creating a tight seal, and we also like the weatherproofing of this wood material, which is great news for those that live where homes endure harsh climates. Enough of our babbling, just see for yourself in our post of 7 Stunning Shiplap Decor Designs to Dream About.
#1 Shiplap Kitchen Wall
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#2 Shiplap Kitchen Backsplash
#3 Shiplap Bathroom
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A cozy little bathroom that utilizes a couple of different ways to showcase shiplap one being vertical and the other horizontal which gives this small bathroom a grander appearance.
#4 Shiplap Bedroom Wall
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Everything in this room works, but you wouldn’t think it would without seeing it right in front of you. From the mixture of a two-tone nightstand, a paisley style headboard, and the white shiplap wall it all just works incredibly together for a unique design.
#5 Shiplap Ceiling
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A gorgeous room utilizing shiplap for the plank wall panels and vaulted ceilings.
#6 Shiplap Laundry Room
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Nobody cares about the laundry room unless they’re the ones stuck in it 10 hours a week give or take depending on the family size. Try and transform the room into a place that can be at least more enjoyable while being stuck there folding like the old saying ” life gives you lemons make lemonade” ha!
#7 Shiplap Staircase
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An inspiring staircase is showcasing the beautiful use of the traditional shiplap interior siding.
There is incredibly so much more that can be done with shiplap that we weren’t able to cover in this post (maybe added at a later date). We’re so excited for the farmhouse style to be taking charge of the future trends of house designs because like it or not shiplap is going to be huge – soon! If it isn’t already making its rounds in homes everywhere, it will be.
Don’t be last to join the shiplap train roll up your sleeves and get to work and enjoy all the savings since this material isn’t as expensive as the rest averaging $3.75 – $7.20 per square foot depending on the quality of wood; or natural wood verse engineered, etc. We hope you have enjoyed our post on 7 Stunning Shiplap Decor Designs to Dream About