How do I match up shiplap next to ceramic tile?
It is 5/16 and we want to put in a bathroom.
How do I put up shiplap on an old, uneven, plaster wall?
I live in a house that's over 100 years old. I have a kitchen wall that I want to shiplap or put peel & stick faux shiplap, but it is plaster and the roof is uneven.... See more
How can I quickly update ceiling tiles in an older home?
Looking for an idea to make the bookcase look flush against the wall.
It’s an Ikea Billy bookcase. The cut out for smaller baseboard doesnt work. Would like it to look flush with the wall. Would rather not have to cut the baseboard.... See more
How do i do away with the rosettes in the ceiling?
Can you completely do away with the rosettes in the ceiling? I was thinking of doing a 2×3 across where the panels meet like a "farmhouse" look. (By cutting a 2x6 in... See more
What sheen do I use for shiplap?
Putting Shiplap on back wall of 1/2 bath. Going with white and I was going to go satin, but I am seeing a lot of eggshell?
I am wondering if you can trowel cement/concrete onto the shower walls
There is backer board, it will need the orange waterproofing membrane put on that but instead of installing tiles or a tub surround, can cement be troweled on to the ... See more
What angle do I cut the trim here?
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Will the shiplap and tile butt up to each other? Will there something be separating them? A picture would be a great help.
Easy DIY Shiplap Wall | Table and Hearth
If it's thicker than the tile sand the edge at an angle to the thickness of the tile. Trail and error. Try a scrap piece to see the angle that looks good. If it's thinner than the tile just butt it up to the tile and a small bead of caulk will hide the seam.
Look into drip cap molding. The profile will allow you to join materials that are different thicknesses. You can get it at Lowe's. You could buy a piece and see if you like the effect.