I love the high contrast look of this black shiplap wall in this bedroom. She created the shiplap look using thin wood attached to the wall with construction adhesive and finishing nails and then painted it this gorgeous black color!
This Scandinavian bedroom with black shiplap walls is absolutely gorgeous, don't you think? She used a black paint wash so you can still see some of the grain in the wood. And for the wood, she used cheap cedar fence pickets! You could do something similar with black wood stain. In the tutorial, she walks you through the exact process of how to create the paint wash.
Color: Not mentioned in tutorial, she just said "flat black paint" mixed with water
This accent wall is absolutely beautiful. I love the large scale artwork and picture light. It really creates a focal point in this living room area. They were also able to do this project on a total budget - $75 in supplies! What a perfect weekend project.
As we move on to other moody & dark shiplap colors to try, let's start with this show stopping dark green shiplap wall in this natural modern nursery. It's the perfect backdrop for the crib, don't you think?
This pretty grayish blue shiplap wall is just perfect for this little desk nook in this modern home office. They originally were planning to add a floating shelf above the computer, but decided that the wall was just perfect after they finished it and I totally agree!
Shiplap walls are pretty popular these days, but this blogger didn’t want it to be traditional looking. She created a more modern, moody shiplap wall that compliments the deep navy blue colors in the area rug.
This is what this blogger has to say about shiplap walls: "They’re classic, they’re casual, they’re farmhouse, and they’re the perfect way to add a little interest to a boring wall." And I totally agree! The color choice is a great option if you're not quite ready to go super dark, like black shiplap, but still want something dark and moody.
Color: Peppercorn by Sherwin Williams
Oh la la. I know what I’m doing the next time we add shiplap to a space – going dark or even black!
Which of these black or moody and dark shiplap colors do you want to try?