Do It Yourself Shiplap Wall with Ripped Plywood

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  1. […] are so many wood boards on the market for your home.  We have used shiplap – ripped plywood (read about our post here), vinyl flooring, real wood flooring and peel and stick.  This was our first time trying already […]

  2. […] will be adding shiplap to add depth to the back wall.  I have a shiplap tutorial here that I wrote last year on the process.  I can’t wait to do it again.  This is what my first […]

  3. […] of the room is shiplap.  Thanks to Jo Jo we are all loving this stuff.  I have written an in depth tutorial on shiplap here that is a good resource if you haven’t worked with it before.  This time around I tried some […]

  4. […] Shiplap […]

  5. Tamara Rogers says:

    Did you pull your outlet out to be flush with the wall?

    • Showit User says:

      I didnt the first time around because I was so new to this, but the next walls we did it for sure!

  6. […] was shopping here for birch plywood to make shiplap.  That final project is shared here. This is what the associate helped me […]

  7. Mary Ellen says:

    We live in a condo with metal studs so what we would be securing it to would only be the wall

    • Showit User says:

      You could use liquid glue but it is very permanent! Or you can try peel and stick wallpaper form roommatesdecor.com that looks like shiplap!

  8. […] are so many wood boards on the market for your home.  We have used shiplap – ripped plywood (read about our post here), laminate flooring, real wood flooring and peel & stick wood.  This was our first time trying […]

  9. Looks great!! What color is painted on the wall.

    • Showit User says:

      Thank you!! Its called Alabaster White in Sherwin Williams!

  10. Brittney says:

    Omg thank you- I followed this and my wall turned out so good!! I’d love to send u a pic!

  11. Andrea says:

    Did you repaint the ENTIRE wall after sanding or just the spots that were filled and sanded?

    • Showit User says:

      Hello Andrea!! I actually just sanded the first spots and repainted. So easy!!

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