A closer look at the living room fireplace reveals a custom shiplap surround, which Bria Hammel Interiors added to breathe new life into the old feature. Meanwhile, two chairs with a small blue pattern complement the artwork and the area rug.
Bedroom With Black Walls, Fireplace, Vaulted Shiplap Ceiling
This bedroom features black walls as well as black built-in cabinetry and shelving. A large flat-screen television is mounted above the room's fireplace. The room also features a vaulted shiplap ceiling with an exposed beam that supports a Sputnik chandelier.
White Living Room with Shiplap Walls and Fireplace
Designers with Pop Custom Homes, based in Atlanta, used a pair of wire candleholders on each side of this fantastic piece of colorful art that dominates the mantel. You can find candleholders for less than $20 per pair new, or if you pick up a steal at a garage sale, spray paint them to match the frame or a dominant color in the artwork.
Open, Tall Ceiling With Wood Beams, Shiplap Accent Wall Over the Fireplace and Soft Green Sofas
A shiplap finish covers the chimney interior and wall to add texture and a subtle accent wall to the room. The tall ceiling makes the spacious room even more expansive and airy. A colorful canvas above the fireplace adds bold color to the neutral tones of the room. Soft green sofas and cushioned wood rocking chairs provide cozy seating around a square wood coffee table.
Part of the home's master suite includes this sitting area, perfect for movie nights with its gas fireplace and large, plush sectional. The ceiling is pine ship lap, a harmonious combination with the oak floors.
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.
Coastal Neutral Living Room With Concrete Fireplace
In this open concept living room, designers planned a concrete fireplace for a hint of industrial edge. The rest of the furnishings are simple and coastal chic: shiplap paneling, warm woods and natural fibers.