November 14, 2019
SIX WAYS TO UTILIZE SHIPLAP
Due to the popularity of HGTV’s Fixer Upper there’s a good chance you’ve heard of a little thing called shiplap. Shiplap is wood paneling made of boards with notch and rabbet joints allowing boards to fit flush and tight against one another. Spacers are often used on the show to create a gap between boards. Centennial Woods makes shiplap boards with a nickel gap option that has a built-in gap of ⅛ inch.
Shiplap looks great just about anywhere, especially in urban farmhouse designs. Commonly painted white by Joanna Gaines, we prefer shiplap to make a statement with the naturally aged patina of reclaimed Wyoming snow fence wood. Here are a few ideas of how to use shiplap in your next home or design project.
CREATE A FOCAL POINT
Add an eye-catching element with a reclaimed wood shiplap fireplace or entertainment center surround. We love the way this Centennial Woods client contrasted their exposed brick fireplace with a custom finish.
GO MODERN RUSTIC WITH AN ACCENT WALL
…OR AN ACCENT CEILING
Hello, dinner party goals. Give your guests something to talk about with a beautiful accent ceiling made from shiplap in a herringbone pattern.
There’s nothing quite as striking as complimentary accent patterns in a home. We love the way the marble fireplace in this Park City, Utah home brings out the gray hues in our Laramie finish shiplap.
TAKE IT OUTSIDE!
From modern farmhouse to industrial, shiplap has been experiencing a renaissance that we’re totally on board with (no pun intended).
Keep the inspiration going, share your Centennial Woods shiplap ideas with us by using #CentennialWoods on social media–you just might get featured by us on our social media channels. Purchase 200 square feet or less of our reclaimed wood wall paneling here: Reclaimed Wood for Homeowners and Small Business Owners