In the master bedroom, the vaulted ceilings covered in white shiplap helps natural light from the large windows to move throughout the master bedroom, giving it the bright, light feeling the homeowners wanted.
An open kitchen and living room features white walls, soft hues of blue and green, and elements such as shiplap and wood coffee tables. The kitchen has an island with pendants, tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. The living room has tables with a live edge, a textured rug, a sofa and matching side chairs.
A beautifully distressed cabinet perfectly fills the space under the slant of these farmhouse stairs. The green finish pops against the white shiplap walls and warm-tone hardwood flooring. Simple tabletop decor finishes the space.
An indoor herb garden is both functional and beautiful in this country kitchen design. White shiplap walls keep the space bright and sage green cabinetry adds soft color. A white brick accent wall adds subtle texture to the room.
An archway leads into this bright, country dining room as seen on HGTV Fixer Upper. Shiplap adorns the walls and the sliding doors of large buffet and hutch. A large, white wooden table is perfect for entertaining. Black chairs compliment the hutch door track as well as the lantern-style chandelier.
A black-and-white patterned tile, custom vent hood and pot-filler faucet are fixed between upper and lower cabinetry in this stylish country kitchen. On the facing wall a mounted indoor herb garden adds a natural life to the room. Hardwood flooring and the soft sage color of the cabinets pair with the granite countertop and shiplap walls for a timeless, inviting look.
A Western Stoneware crock, distressed metal mounted hooks, and framed plants decorate this country breakfast nook. White shiplap walls and storage bench seating create the calm and bright framework of the design. A tasseled throw pillow add cushion and a touch of color to the space.
The kitchen is efficiently laid out and balanced with cabinets on either end and plenty of storage options. The French doors are updated and the walls throughout are covered in dark-stained shiplap. The built in benches surrounding the dining table double as island countertop space for maximum functionality and convenience.
Bright red accent pieces and dark navy details pop against the bright white design of this bathroom. A thick wood frame around the circular mirror over a shiplap wall brings a southern, country feel to soften the room. White subway tile covers the shower interior with a cutout shelf for convenient storage.
White floor tile, white shiplap and white shower subway tile create a bright foundation for this country bathroom. A deep navy hue tops the wall for a bold accent color. A ruffled white shower curtain gives a feminine feel to the design. Stacked floating shelves hold the finishing touches for functional and appealing decor.
The view into the living room area displays the white on white texture of unbleached macrame fiber art on the white ship lap. The coffee table is a DIY - a broken clock face transformed into a live edge table with hair pin legs. A tall floor lamp arches over the large brown leather sectional.
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.
Designers wanted to keep the living room space feeling fresh, clean and bright, so they painted the brick around the fireplace and installed white shiplap throughout the space to add interesting texture. To add warmth to the design, they installed a reclaimed wood mantle for a subtle, rustic touch.
A white ship lap accent wall combines beautifully with the polished hardwood floor allowing the wood furniture and indoor plant life to pop in this dining room design. A sleek white chair with faux fur seat cover creates a stylish end piece at the wood table. An unshaded light fixture, hanging window plants and mounted wall art add the finishing touches to the design.
Designers wanted to give the homeowners as much access to the home's beautiful beach view as possible, so they created a sort of sunroom to function as the home's main living space. The large windows in the space allow in tons of natural light as well as allow for a beautiful ocean view to be a major part of the design. To further incorporate the beach into the home, designers chose hues of blues and greens to add color to the living space that reflects the nature surrounding the cottage.
To give the living room space a more modern ranch feel, black, iron grid windows were added throughout the room. Not only did these windows give the space a more modern feel, they also added great contrast to the otherwise neutral living room.