White shiplap covers the ceiling and walls leading up the home's second level. The staircase features a sisal runner that stretches over the stairs and landing. A white railing topped with blue handrails completes the look.
Architectural elements, like the shiplap walls and exposed wood ceiling, combine to create a rustic yet cottage bedroom. Striped fabric in bold hues is used for the window treatments to add color to the space.
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.
A reclaimed wood ceiling and shiplap walls give this entryway a touch of farmhouse style. To complete the warm and welcoming look, the designers finished the space off with a distressed console table and a vintage rug.
White beadboard and shiplap walls give this staircase a classic country look while also brightening the space. Tall, narrow windows enhance the height of the pitched ceiling. Iron lantern sconces make the space feel cozy and cottage-like.
This charming guest suite features a spiral staircase, shiplap accent wall and a soaring ceiling with added architectural detail. The space is part of a luxury estate near Franklin, Tennessee, that is set up ideally for entertaining guests.
This open contemporary great room sitting area features a glass-top cofee table with river-rock base, a neutral woven area rug and a white shiplap ceiling with recessed lighting. The space also includes a sofa with contemporary lamp and end table.
Blue and green accents are a colorful extension of the living area's natural palette. The colors are used in other rooms as well and pair so prettily with the shiplap paneling and white oak beams. High ceilings help the space feel huge.
A shaded ceiling light hangs above a light gray sofa and large, glass coffee table in this neutral-toned living space. Green accents give the space a calming vibrancy, from the faded rowing oars on the white shiplap wall to the cushioned pillows.
Gently arched ceilings in the master bedroom suite are finished in shiplap paneling. The slim canopy bed gets treated to hand-embroidered Leontine linens from Tribute Goods. Antique doors connect the bedroom to the adjacent spa bathroom with a soaking tub and steam shower.
Reclaimed wood ceilings and shiplap walls make this nursery a serene place to be. A light wood crib sits in the center of the room, with a tufted armchair to the left just in case the little one needs to be rocked to sleep.
A soft gray and white color palette creates a serene master bedroom design that makes it easy to relax and unwind. Crisp, white linens cover the bed, inviting you to lay back and get comfy. A white shiplap ceiling and coastal wall art complement the beach setting.
White shiplap walls and a white ceiling give this bathroom a bright and sunny finish. The polished white bathtub shines against the textured walls and warm-toned hardwood floor. A natural wood end table brings a textural element to compliment the rustic influence of the design.
In this small bedroom, a set of bunk beds help to conserve floor space, while white shiplap, windows and high ceilings give the space a roomier feel, while colorful details such as the green bed linens and multi-color rug help to make the space feel like home.
The design team removed a wall to open up this California kitchen, revealing a ceiling-height window that ushers in loads of natural light. A modern island was added in the renovation and features a waterfall edge and shiplap detail. Four natural wood barstools allow for ample seating and tie in with the white oak cabinetry. Soaring ceilings support rustic-modern pendant lights that add to the room's organic vibe.
To make the space feel larger, designers created the front of the home with an open concept design. The design includes white shiplap on the walls and ceilings, which lends to the feeling of a beach cottage, and high pitched ceiling that adds a feeling of openness. The front spaces include a living room with a beautiful beach view, a dining area and a functional kitchen.
All of the original windows were retained and given new window treatments. The hardwood floors were restored and all of the original shiplap exposed and painted white. Unpainted wood ceiling and exposed wood beams help distinguish the space and provide a warming accent, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Located just off the home gym, the bright and happy terrace suite bedroom gets incredible light and has floor-to-ceiling, high-gloss white shiplap walls that fit the home's coastal flavor. A bright coral upholstered low-slung platform bed with curved headboard and sleek frame adds a pop of color to the space.