Shiplap has been around forever, in fact, it’s more of a historical, period look than anything, however it seems to be making one fierce comeback as of late! I’ve been seeing so many fabulous modern images of spaces utilizing it on walls, ceilings, in bathrooms, bedrooms, mudroom and kitchens, it no longer is reserved only for older homes. As I dream of renovating our sunroom into a four season family room, this style of wall and ceiling treatment is in the forefront of my brain!
This laundry room uses it with an amazing result (although that lantern placement is driving me bananas.)
This entry, I can’t decide what’s the best part- the walls, that window, the floor or that steel door???
A rustic meets formal room in some deeper tones.
These guys went all out.
Another fantastic entry/ mudroom.
I love how this design uses it to define the eating nook in this kitchen. Also, another example of how great shiplap looks with wood beams!
These bunk beds have a nautical but modern feel.
Raw wood shiplap looks pretty amazing in this kitchen (and that ceiling and stone sink are pretty stunning too!)
A serene and simple bedroom showing how the horizontal seams add interest without too much pattern.
I love this bright, modern room.
This bathroom has so many details to be inspired by- the dark ceiling, wall mounted faucets and patterned floor.
LOVE this- such a great gallery wall.
In rooms that open into each other, shiplap throughout creates a cohesive, textured feel.
I did some searching and there are some good DIY tutorials out there if you want to tackle this on your own: and .