For the guest bathroom, designers wanted a clean, bright space with some drama, so they started with white, shiplap walls, a durable, white marble countertop and white subway tile in the bathroom. Then, they added black floor tile and black faucets and accessories to create contrast and really make the space pop.
The black and white stripe pattern in the rug and curtains is bold and striking. The bright green accessories and greenery appear even more vivid against the black stripes and bright white shiplap walls.
Designers took a more modern approach to shiplap and brick in this living room by using a clean style shiplap and painted, white brick. To finish the design, gray furniture and black accents were added to the white space to make the room both bright and inviting.
This neutral cottage kitchen features shiplap walls, Shaker-style white cabinets, a white beadboard island with wood countertop, a seashell chandelier, and a breakfast area with banquette and black table.
The blue-gray vertical shiplap walls of the guest bathroom add a touch of color, rustic charm and subtle texture to this user-friendly space with a beautiful white vanity, inviting shower and matte black fixtures and hardware. “The vertical shiplap was done on purpose, because the ceilings are fairly low in this space,” says build manager Dan Faires.
The home's original shiplap is exposed on the kitchen ceiling. A brick paver backsplash painted in white provides a contrasting backdrop for the black vent hood, dark granite countertops and distressed tile flooring.
These built-in bunk beds feature stained shiplap paneling and black lantern sconces, giving the room a down-to-earth feel. Gray striped bed linens and decorative throw pillows finish the look of the space.