The bathroom was dark with no texture.
Farmhouse Bathroom Revamp With Vertical Shiplap
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This is where you rip your shiplap (utility panel) to the width you want.
I did mine to 5inches wide. I started against the shower for the first piece and worked my way across the wall.
I used my metal flat rod to space the vertical shiplap out and a nail gun to hold it in place. I worked my way across the wall until I came to the bathroom cabinet. Once I was at the bathroom cabinet, I then shorted the length of the shiplap piece to make it the same height as the other pieces.
Once the vertical shiplap was up. I used White Dove again to paint the ship lap with a brush and wall roller.
After the paint was dry,
I added a piece of molding across the entire section of vertical shiplap. Once I nailed it up, I painted it with the same paint color.
Then I took a 1/2 inch piece of molding across the top of the bathroom vanity to create a crisp line
Last part that I did was to paint the cabinet with Sea Salt.
I did not have to prime the cabinet because, I has used chalk paint on them when I first moved in. If you do not have a primer, you will need to prime them.
Finally time to style! I added in a floating shelf, a vintage mirror, and layered it with baskets an
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