20 sq.ft./carton = $152.00/carton
Destressed White Oak
How do I decide which size shiplap I should use?
Let us help you pick out the right shiplap for you. We offer two different common widths of shiplap, a 4 inch wide and 6 inch wide. Here is a breakdown to help you better understand the benefits and styles that come from using different shiplap widths.
Four inch shiplap is a highly desired look. These boards can be used to make an accent wall, or head board. They look great in smaller rooms like bathrooms and are very popular for using as wainscoting and Kitchen Island wraps. They can also be mixed and matched with other widths to create more unique looks.
Six inch wide shiplap boards are the most commonly used width of shiplap and also the most traditional. When installed on a wall, the six inch width seems to be in the perfect spot of not too wide and not too thin, giving it a more contemporary look.
Rooms with a taller ceiling benefit greatly from having Six inch wide shiplap boards installed vertically. This vertical look helps elongate the walls even more. When installed horizontally, they can make a room feel more expansive and modern and is commonly used in bigger rooms, like living rooms and dining rooms.
If you’re still not sure of which size is best for you feel free to contact us. One of our team member will be happy to help.
Shiplap-n-Things offers two size options to give you the custom look you have always wanted. The two different Shiplap sizing options available to you are 4 inch or 6 inch wide boards.
Our Shiplap offers a designer look that provides the look of reclaimed, painted wood that has been exposed to the elements for years with a natural appearance to accent any room in your home or business. Delivering subtle, naturally distressed look that is easy to install. Select between a 4 in. or 6 in. wide board both are 4 ft. long and 1/4 in. thick. Each box of Shiplap covers approximately 20 square feet.
Our Shiplap can be used in several applications both residential and commercial. Residential applications for Shiplap range from use as wall paneling in accent walls, and wainscot paneling. They can also be used in smaller home décor projects such as bed headboards, and other small design elements like wall art. Commercial applications include indoor signage and display areas, accent walls, and other architectural and design elements. Shiplap might be used in retail display walls, display cases, counter areas and restaurant or café menu panels. Every board meets the highest quality grading standards for strength, durability and appearance. Shiplap-n-Things makes all our products in house, right here in the USA.
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- Recommended for interior use only Can be used on walls, ceilings, indoor display areas.
- Easy to cut and install Can be installed in a variety of patterns, including vertical, horizontal, and herringbone pattern. Install with brad nails and/or construction adhesive Installation over drywall or plaster walls with brad nails
- Can be glued and nailed for a permanent installation or nailed only for a semi-permanent installation
- 1 box covers 20 sq. ft