Do you want to add shiplap to your kitchen? If so, you’ve gotta check out these creative shiplap kitchen ideas – there’s everything from shiplap backsplashes to shiplap on kitchen islands (and everything in between)!
If you love the shiplap and farmhouse style look, chances are you’ve dreamt about a shiplap kitchen. Maybe you’ve even gone so far to start scouring Pinterest for ideas on how to add shiplap to your kitchen.
The truth is that honestly kitchens are likely one of the hardest places to add shiplap. The most traditional way to add shiplap anywhere in your home is, of course, shiplap walls.
But in kitchens the walls are usually covered with upper cabinets, refrigerators, microwaves and more. Kitchens don’t usually have a lot of open wall space, that’s just the truth.
But luck for you, there are MORE ways to make your dream shiplap kitchen! I’ve rounded up 10 great ideas below… There’s everything from shiplap kitchen backsplashes to kitchen islands wrapped with shiplap! Enjoy!
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This kitchen turned out AMAZING! You've gotta hop on over and check out the before pictures to really see how much they accomplished in just 6 weeks. The took advantage of the large open wall with shelving to incorporate a shiplap backsplash (learn how they installed it here) and they also wrapped the kitchen island in shiplap and painted it black (learn more about that here).
Here's another look at a shiplap kitchen island, but with a twisty. They painted it a gorgeous moody blue color, so pretty right? She also shares the full step by step tutorial if you're wanting to give this shiplap kitchen island a try in your house!
Even if you don't have a kitchen island, you can get creative with ways to add shiplap to your kitchen. Here she's added the shiplap to her peninsula and it turned out GREAT! Her tutorial walks you through the whole process.
If you have tall ceilings in your kitchen, you probably struggle a bit with what to do with the big blank walls above your kitchen cabinets. I love this idea of adding shiplap up there! It makes the entire kitchen fell taller and larger!
This kitchen got a full shiplap treatment from the walls to the island. I love the look of adding it to a small wall like this next to the refrigerator, which would normally be just a boring cabinet side or wall.
Liz is the Queen of cozy and uses shiplap to create that cozy texture throughout her house, but her kitchen is one of my favorites. The shiplap walls and hood vent add so much character here, don't you think?
This vent hook has been wrapped with shiplap and comes with a gorgeous walnut wood band at the bottom. You can order on Etsy and paint the shiplap when you receive so that it matches perfectly in your kitchen.
Your pantry is another super unique and creative place to add a little touch of shiplap to your kitchen! Remove the boring wire shelves, add shiplap to the walls and build new wood shelves....you'll be on your way to a gorgeous farmhouse style pantry like this one!
There you have it!! So many fun ideas, right?? Now I’m dying to know…