The original fireplace brick was painted white and shiplap paneling with a natural wood mantel was installed. The living room is staged with French Country accessories, books, and bright linen window treatments.
The view into the dining area shows how the white painted ship lap accent wall allows the plants and wood furniture to come to life. White chairs at the ends of the table add an extra pop of style to the dining set up. Hanging succulents and indoor plants add natural life and color to the design.
The new living room in the King home is open and spacious. Walls have been removed, creating a much more open feel. Shiplap has been put in and new wood floors have been installed, as seen on Fixer Upper.
A white ship lap wall creates a bright background for the wood furniture and vibrant plant life in this dining room. Natural wood finishes bring a beautiful and cozy look to the design. Art mounted over the wet bar decorates the wall and compliments the southwestern influence in the room.
The DIY coffee table is made from a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A white ship lap accent wall creates a white on white texture display with the unbleached macrame fiber art. A large leather sectional is decorated with a mix of patterned pillows and throw blankets. Wicker baskets provide decorative storage.
A new take on shiplap was created by having the paneling on the powder room walls in a horizontal and vertical grid pattern for a fresh and modern look. “The paneling is what makes this space,” says project manager Scott Branscom.
Give your kitchen island an architectural look with a shiplap update. Made from horizontal boards fastened with a 1/8-inch gap, shiplap adds a classic and casual cottage vibe, like on this red kitchen island.
At first glance, this bathroom's shiplap paneling seems to extend seamlessly into the shower. The shower actually has tile, but the room is a lovely example of how beautifully carefully-chosen materials can complement each other.
The home's interior has an industrial farm feel with floating metal shelves, exposed wood beams, dark stained wood floors, a high-contrast palette and — of course — lots and lots of shiplap. This is, after all, Fixer Upper.
This hallway connects the mudroom to the new powder room. The floor to ceiling shiplap makes this hallway something special. Designer Kristina Crestin started collecting vintage 5’s and used this hall to display them in a creative way.
Glass and steel doors provide a sense of openness between the master bedroom and bath while still delineating the space with sharp form. Custom vertical shiplap in white shares the wall with modern black sconces, a velvet headboard and matching wooden nightstands.
By simply changing the millwork, this entry and stair space got a huge refresh. Shiplap walls greet visitors to an immediate ‘by the water’ feel. That combined with the watery painting featuring bold turquoises and greens (that reminded designers of lily pads) drives home the coastal feel. A LED light in the glass ball on the newel post is set to a photocell - so it comes on each night when it gets dark!