Rip floor underlayment into 8” planks, sand down the sides of the board, and prime.
Cut all the short pieces to the same length, and make sure they are staggered in the right position.
Remove any fuzzed edges from the edges of the planks by sanding, and nail the planks to the studs.
Use a miter box and hack saw to cut down the blinds and apply to wall with adhesive.
Measure the length desired for the shiplap and thicken the shade lines to make the “shiplap” look real.
Stain the wooden boards, prime with Kiltz, and paint over the boards gray. (
Chop and nail the boards to the wall, and paint the planks a bright white.
Nail the pre cut planks onto the wall, prime, then paint to finish.
Paint down the base color of the wall, mark down the place of the boards, and use black paint for depth.
Mark the studs onto the wall, use a level to make sure it is even, and continue along the wall installing.
Map out how you want the shiplap wall to look, and use a table saw rip to chop down the boards to size.
Begin by sanding down each piece, remove each outlet cover, and fill in the nail holes.