Shiplap: (n) /SHipˌlap/
Definition: A wooden board with a 3/8-1/2″ rabbet on opposite sides of each end. Each board overlaps the board under it and is typically laid horizontally. Found in older homes, especially in the South. Used in place of stucco, drywall or another wall covering.
Chances are, before Fixer Upper came out on HGTV, you had no idea what shiplap was. I know I didn’t. After watching a few episodes, you find yourself not only falling in love with Chip and Joanna but also with the unique style that they have… and, of course, SHIPLAP! In most of her decor, the shiplap is painted white and is found in many rooms including the kitchen, dining, living room and even bathrooms.
With shiplap becoming a fad, SPI couldn’t wait to get their hands on a project that included it. When we had a fantastic and fun lady walking through the doors asking about it, we became very excited. She asked for a shiplap bathroom and a custom kitchen island that included shiplap, as well. OF COURSE, WE WOULD LOVE TO DO THAT FOR YOU!
Ryan, one of our meticulous carpenters, got to work on an island that would be topped with a GORGEOUS quartz counter top and a bathroom that is OUT OF THIS WORLD!
Take a look at this before and after of her bathroom… Go ahead, scroll down!
Here are some more:
Oh and the convenient and practical island, too!
If you are a lover of shiplap and you are not in Waco, TX. I have got the next best thing, SPI Enterprises!
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