You’ve seen shiplap on the walls, but have you seen shiplap on the fireplace? Check out these gorgeous shiplap fireplace ideas!
Have you ever wanted to update your fireplace, but didn’t know how? Looking for a way to add more character to your home? Well, I’ve got a solution for ya today! Let’s hit two birds with one stone, shall we? Let’s add shiplap to the fireplace!
Shiplap with rustic barn wood is a combination that will always have my heart. This fireplace brings the shiplap on the bottom half around the fireplace and is topped off with an absolutely gorgeous barn beam. You've gotta check out this tutorial, which transforms the 90's fireplace into this!
This is another look at the shiplap fireplace with wood beam mantel, but the shiplap on this one goes from floor to ceiling, which I think helps make the ceilings feel even taller, don't you think? I love how it turns out!
This fireplace transformation is SO good. It started as a 1970's outdated brick with dark wood trim. They really lightened the room up by painting the brick and wood trim + shelves a nice, bright white and then added the shiplap above the make it look nice and finished.
The fireplace is centered on a large wall. Adding the shiplap over the large brick fireplace really makes it look awesome. She also finished off the bricks with a black german schmear effect that ties in her ceiling beams.
I know this isn't "technically" a fireplace because it's a faux one, but you could still totally get this look with a real fireplace. She creates a shiplap wall above this white mantel and rock surround and it turned out gorgeous!
The shiplap on this fireplace goes floor to ceiling and when I say ceiling it's not just the standard 8 ft ceilings you're thinking. Amanda built this fireplace all the way up her 18 FOOT ceilings in her living room. For the bottom the fireplace, she added drawers for storage (genius!) and a really fun roman clay finish around the insert.