These boards have a "raw" finish perfect for interior projects; keep the wood finish or paint to match the other elements of your room. Shiplap is a milling process that edges the boards so they are rabbeted making the top edge of each board lap over the bottom edges of adjacent boards creating a flush joint. The bottom edge of one board will be recessed which receives the shaped or molded edge of the board next to it. Originally it was used as siding for buildings in cold and extreme environments, today shiplap is an interior feature popularized by TV shows like Fixer Upper. Shiplap can be used for both horizontal and vertical applications. These reclaimed wood boards contribute towards satisfying Credit MR4 and MR5 under LEED®
The face is typically 4.5”. Skinnylap is also available.
Shiplap for interiors has a thickness of 3/8"