Learn how to install a faux shiplap accent wall in your home. These peel and stick wood planks give you the look of shiplap, but because they are peel and stick- you can create a faux shiplap accent wall in just a few hours. Made out of real, thin wood these wood panels are lightweight and easy to apply.
How do you install faux shiplap walls?
Thank you to Woody Walls for supplying materials for this project
Last year I shared my rustic modern bathroom renovation with you. Now almost a year later I decided it was time to tackle the other bathroom in our home.
Check out the video below to see how I installed the planks from Woody Walls.
This is the bathroom that is in the main hallway and the one that guests use when they come visit. This renovation took considerably less time than the master bathroom. Mostly because I didn’t need to replace the flooring or add texture to the walls (I did that a few years ago) so instead of taking a very long six months to get it finished like the last bathroom, I got everything completed in just a few weeks.
Today I’m sharing the first part in my bathroom series where I will show you how I installed this wood plank accent wall.
This is a great project for anyone who loves that shiplap wood-plank-look and wants a project that they can complete in a day.
I added the planks to this wall completely by myself in just a few hours.
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