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25 Ways To Use Shiplap In Your Home Decor
Shiplap is on the rise thanks to farmhouse and rustic decor styles that are very actual now. But what is shiplap actually? Shiplap is a wooden board that’s commonly used outdoors on sheds and barns, and as a form of siding. Each board is milled and connects snugly with the next, creating a distinctive line between each layer.
Shiplap can be used as wall paneling, ceiling decor or even to cover the floors, it’s a very versatile material that can work anywhere. Such decor can be used throughout the house, in any room, just keep in mind that in bathrooms it should be treated against moisture. If you wanna try this idea in home decor and are looking for inspiration, look no further, it’s here!
Shiplap In Smaller Doses
Shiplap may be used in smaller doses in your home decor: just on one accent wall or instead of a headboard in your bedroom. It will add coziness, texture and a welcoming feel to the space. If you have a smaller space you want to add some interest to, however, paint it either a more dramatic dark or bright color: navy, black, grey, pink or some other shade. Such an accent wall will highlight your kitchen, living wall, home office or any other space, and you may add even more eye-catchiness cladding the shiplap vertically.
a modern farmhouse bedroom with a statement neutral-colored shiplap wall that adds coziness and helps to pull off the style
a chic kitchen done with grey shiplap that features a statement wall and a backsplash and orange chairs for a touch of color
a chic farmhouse bedroom done with a black shiplap statement wall that adds drama and elegance to the space
a farmhouse home office with white shiplap on the accent wall and vintage furniture, a vintage chandelier and potted greenery
a simple entryway with a rough wooden bench and a white shiplap wall highlighted with decorative baskets and hats
a stylish contemporary home office with black vertical shiplap on the statement wall and light stained wooden furiture
a welcoming farmhouse bedroom with light blue shiplap, a metal bed and a basket for storage
an airy contemporary meets boho bathroom with white shiplap, a light stained vanity, potted greenery and a round mirror
an elegant black kitchen done with black shiplap on the wall for a statement and texture
Shiplap All Over
Shiplap all over the space, especially painted white, feels airy and very welcoming. It’s very actual for attic spaces – cover all the walls and ceiling, and your space will seem much larger and light-filled. You may add warmth and coziness to the space choosing sandy and earthy tones for the shiplap, or go totally black or navy as moody spaces are very popular and trendy.
a beautiful master bathroom with shiplap walls, ample natural light, and freestanding soaking tub
a chic and elegant bathroom with mosaic tiles, black shiplap walls, a light stained vanity and wall candle lanterns
a cozy farmhouse entryway done with white shiplap plus a brick floor is a very chic and budget-friendly idea
a farmhouse home office done with white shiplap on the walls, comfy blue furniture, printed Roman shades and lamps on the walls
a fresh farmhouse bathroom with off-white shiplap, a wooden vanity, decorative baskets and touches of white
a glam farmhouse bathroom done with white shiplap, mosaic tile floors and a crystal chandelier plus a framed mirror
a light-filled farmhouse bathroom featuring white shiplap, a wooden floor, a cool chandelier and a free-standing tub
a nautical breakfast nook with wishbone chairs, white shiplap walls and a round vintage dining table
a small attic and beachy living room done with white shiplap on the walls and ceiling, neutral furniture and a striped rug
a small farmhouse bathroom in earthy tones, a wooden floor, sandy shiplap on the walls and a basket for towels
a stylish contemporary living room highlighted with black shiplap on the wall, neutral furniture accents it even more
a very welcoming nook done with white shiplap on the walls and ceiling plus comfy vintage furniture
a welcoming white boho living room with white shiplap walls, a white brick fireplace and touches of rattan
a white attic living room all done with white shiplap around and stained shiplap on the floor looks very cozy and airy
an airy boho chic living room with white shiplap walls, rattan furniture and many potted plants
an eclectic entryway with vertical navy shiplap plus a wooden beam to highlight it and catchy decor