I’m still adding shiplap. Now I added shiplap to a wall in our mudroom.
A few weeks ago, I shared the tutorial for how we added shiplap to a wall in a kitchen. To see all the details, click HERE.
We had some leftover pine planks from the project, and I was ready for a break from the bold striped wall that had been in our mudroom. Also, I was determined to become a power-tool girl. My husband helped out with the kitchen wall, and I pulled out the chop saw, jigsaw, and nail gun and went for it!
I love that the texture and brightness the shiplap adds to the space.
I used the Hobby Lobby mirror I had on the wall before and found these cute chalkboard hooks from Pottery Barn.
I can’t turn down a chalkboard…
..or a good deal. These chalkboard hooks were marked down to $9.99!
Hopefully, the kids will remember to grab their coats before we leave the house now that they are in plain view. I am embarrassed to admit how many times we are driving down the road, and I realize one (or two or three) of them are without a coat.
I am glad I ran out of the planks because I’m not sure when I would have stopped shiplapping walls.
Are you a fan of the wall treatment?
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4 thoughts on “Shiplap in Mudroom”
Well done Sara. I think Steve needs to hide the chop saw. Lol.
Thanks, Gil (and there’s no stopping me now)!