Shiplap Accent Wall in the Guest Bathroom

I think a shiplap accent wall is one of the easiest ways to infuse some farmhouse flair to a room on a budget! I have shared with you guys before that my trick to shiplap is cutting plywood into 6 inch strips and then attaching them to the wall using a nail gun. This is how I did the entire She Shed interior and I wanted just a hint of that to make an appearance in my guest bathroom.

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My guest bathroom had a very typical large mirror on that wall with nickle fixtures and just looked super boring to me! I wanted to add an accent wall to anchor the space and also add some interest.

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I primed the shiplap with Zinsser Mold and Mildew Repelling Primer and then painted with Kilz Magnolia Home Pure White. The color is the perfect tone to really make the new black accepts pop.

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Who is a fan of shiplap? What do you think of it in a bathroom? Comment below and let me know your thoughts!