A hallway might strike you as the last place that needs a makeover, but adding shiplap makes a statement anywhere. And since it's a pretty simple makeover with such a great impact, why not add shiplap to your hallway? Be sure to check out the dramatic before-and-after of this hallway, including a fabulous touch of glam with brass nailhead trim. See them at Houseologie.
The versatility of shiplap means you can take it from glam to candy-color cottage simply by changing up the decor. These gorgeous pastel shades were added to this cottage bedroom makeover, giving it a fun, kid-friendly appeal. This blogger also shares how she painted those uniquely shaped furniture pieces and how she made her DIY bunting banner at How to Nest For Less.
If it's romantic farmhouse-style you're after, check out this master bedroom makeover. The addition of the exposed wooden beams makes the room feel warm and cozy while the antique chandelier and feminine linens add a romantic feel. The transformation of this master bedroom is nothing short of amazing. See the Before, and more great After shots, at Prodigal Pieces.
This bathroom makeover has so many things going for it, not the least of which is shiplap. Light, bright subway tile and vintage-inspired fixtures make the space fresh and airy with lots of elements of interest. You won't believe the humble beginnings of this ordinary bathroom. Get the details at Tidbits.
Think having shiplap means the painstaking process of adding it plank by plank? Then this easy DIY is for you! Have it done in a weekend with time left over for a flea market hunt to decorate your brand-new shiplap accent wall. Find the how-to at Worthing Court.
When you think of shiplap, you might just picture white, but pairing it with a bold, dramatic shade not only adds a touch of modern but also accomplishes two of the best trends all at once. See how it's done on Table and Hearth.
Don't forget about the boys! What better way to achieve a boy-approved campout in the comfort of your own home than with a shiplap boys' room makeover. It pairs wonderfully with nautical elements for a beach-inspired cottage feel and will have mothers of boys everywhere feeling delightfully accomplished. Get all the fun details at Happy Housie.
The shiplap trend extends beyond the walls of your home into this gorgeous "she shed." If you didn't want one before, you will now. You don't have to have a spare room to find solace, and you don't have to live at the beach to have your own seaside cottage. Let the men have their man caves -- we'll take this she shed from Finding Silver Pennies.
The shiplap in this lake house leading upstairs is super charming. It's a little more rustic than some; you can see the nail holes as well as the knottiness of the wood. It works well for the space, and it's fairly hardy. Find out more at Pencil Shavings Studio.
This comfortable beachy nook from Talk of the House definitely feels more on the rustic side with the whitewashed walls and exposed beams (side note: gingham cushions! Yes!).
There's absolutely nothing rustic about the extra broad shiplap in this master bathroom from Wiseman and Gale Interiors. Vintage touches like the chrome fixtures and sink detailing add another layer of polish.
Here's the chicest shiplap kitchen via Style Me Pretty. The gorgeous green island with the white shiplap walls screams high style. Plus, that abstract painting pulls in the color of the island perfectly.
The restaurant banquette found via Remodelista feels expertly designed to feel rustic and luxe thanks to a mixture of fabrics and textures. Single light sconces provide the finishing touch of vintage style.