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.
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.
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.
White shiplap walls bring a beautiful, simple texture to the stylish set up of this hall space. A natural wood bench features a distressed finish with patterned throw pillows. Black and white framed art compliments the simplicity of the design approach while adding artistic intrigue.
Let shiplap stretch the appearance of a small bathroom. The chic wall treatment also doesn’t have to be relegated to a farmhouse or rustic-style space, either. In this powder room, Atlanta designer Michele Gratch painted the shiplap a brighter white to match the ornate mirror and graphic floral designer wallpaper in navy. The elegant crystal sconces with polished nickel arms look expensive but are affordable, for less than $80.
The white, shiplap detail on the walls helped to keep the design of the master bathroom simple, while chrome finishes on the fixtures and the classic black and white color palette maintain the timeless design that the homeowners wanted.