Are you getting ready for a laundry room or mudroom makeover? If so, you need to check out these amazing shiplap laundry room and mudroom ideas! Full rooms, accent walls, 3/4 shiplap installations, you’re sure to find a style you will like and want to use in your space!
Laundry rooms and mudrooms can be some of the ugliest rooms in the house. Let’s face it, we pass through them and try to spend as little time as possible in them. Shiplap laundry room and mudroom walls can make a huge difference in how your spaces look and feel.
If you’re considering a laundry room or mudroom makeover you could just add fresh paint and move on, I wouldn’t blame you if you did. It’s the simplest solution and the most budget-friendly.
But why not add texture and interest to the space? Make it a place you’re proud to show off.
Who knows, you might even start to enjoy doing laundry…okay, well that may be pushing it a bit, but you know what I mean.
Shiplap is an easy DIY project you can do in a day when adding it to a small space. It looks great in the bathroom or kitchen and you can install it horizontally or vertically.
So why not add it to your laundry room or mudroom? They are the perfect small spaces to give shiplap a try.
Be prepared to be inspired to take on your own project when you see these 13 amazing shiplap laundry room and mudroom ideas!
13 Amazing Ways to Use Shiplap in Your Landry Room or Mudroom
Shiplap Mudroom Seating Nook
Even a small mudroom area can be cute and stylish. Adding a shiplap accent to the back wall behind the bench is a great shiplap mudroom idea.
Painted white, it allows for any color of accessories to be added and makes for easy clean-up when it gets dirty.
This little alcove reminds me a bit of our shiplap reading nook in our old house, don't you think?
Shiplap in a Small Laundry Room
If you've been dying to add shiplap to a room in your home, but don't want to bust the budget, a small laundry closet is a perfect opportunity to add the detail you want so much.
Less square footage means less cost and white shiplap in this small laundry room really brightened it up. You won't be ashamed to leave the doors open when company comes over when your laundry room looks like this!
Shiplap Accent Wall in the Laundry Room
White shiplap in your laundry room that doesn't have a window is the best way to keep it light and airy. Laundry is bad enough without having a dingy space to do it in.
Adding shiplap to the wall behind the machines and the cabinets acts as a sort of backsplash to give the space some style.
Defined Mudroom Area with Shiplap
Turn a useless entry closet into an amazing entryway mudroom! Defining the space is important and using shiplap on the walls is the perfect solution.
Hooks on the walls make hanging up coats much easier than a clothing rod that would be a jumble of hangers and mess. When there are coats hanging on the hooks you can still the detail of the beautiful shiplap.
Related reading - Check out these 21+ entryway makeovers for more ideas!
Laundry Room - Mudroom Shiplap Combo Accent Wall
This faux shiplap wall in a laundry room - mudroom combo is made using luan sheets (also known as underlayment). It's budget-friendly and you can cut the luan to any width you want.
We used this same method in our bathroom with our faux shiplap wall and it worked perfectly!
Shiplap pairs well with board and batten and this space have a light and airy feel. It just makes you want to keep it clean and organized!
Shiplap Mudroom Goals
The space for this mudroom was stolen from an underutilized playroom and it is gorgeous!
Shiplap on every wall of this mudroom is painted white for a fresh modern farmhouse vibe. It's a quick and easy wall treatment you can add to your space.
Shiplap Laundry Room with Natural Light
Bright and airy, fresh and clean. These seem to be the common theme in these laundry rooms and mudrooms with planked walls.
This laundry room has that vibe and then some! The white shiplap walls seem even brighter with all the natural light coming in from the window above the sink.
Shiplap with Subway Tile
Shiplap and subway tile, what a gorgeous pair! The subway tile keeps this laundry room classic while the shiplap adds in the farmhouse. Classic farmhouse...yep it's a thing!
Wait until you see what's hidden behind the shiplap in one area. You would never guess it was there and it's the perfect way to hide the mechanicals.
Coastal Shiplap Laundry Room
Shiplap isn't just a farmhouse thing, it's also a beach house thing. Added to all the walls in this laundry room and paired with the coastal decor you can just imagine you're doing laundry looking out over the beach.
Once again light and airy and fresh and clean wins the day with this shiplap laundry room idea.
Wide Plank Shiplap
Wider planks mean less to install when you add shiplap. This planked accent wall is behind the sink and washer and dryer and serves as a sort of backsplash.
Painted white, the shiplap accent keeps this room from feeling too dark since it doesn't have any windows for natural light.
Finding the Real Thing Behind The Walls
We all dream of finding the real thing when we start a renovation and this former storage room had treasure behind the drywall, real shiplap!
When it's in good condition, it's as easy as cleaning it up and adding a coat of paint to turn a once dark and dingy storage room into a bright and cheery laundry room - mudroom combination.
Shiplap Laundry Room
The shiplap detail in this laundry room goes just 3/4 of the way up the wall and then the rest of the wall is painted in a lovely blue color. This one is the odd man out in this group of totally white laundry rooms and mudrooms, but I love the addition of color!
With all the angles in this laundry room sections were framed out using the same shiplap boards ripped in half to give the edges a finished look.
3/4 Shiplap Feature Walls in the Laundry Room
White shiplap 3/4 of the way up the wall is a great way to help brighten your laundry room without making it feel closed in. And when the door to your laundry room stays open most of the time, you want a space you aren't afraid to have people see.
The addition of stained pine board shelving on industrial pipe warms up the room, but still gives this shiplap laundry room an industrial vibe that I really like!
We did something similar in our laundry room with pipe shelving too! I love this look.
Which of these laundry rooms or mudrooms with shiplap is your favorite?
Let us know in the comments below!