Shiplap Wall in the Master Bedroom for Less Than $100

Kaysi Gardner
by Kaysi Gardner
4 Materials
$100
2 Days
Medium
This past weekend we decided to give our master bedroom a much needed makeover. I think that your bedroom should be a place where you feel like you can relax and get away from the stress and problems of the world. Well our old design wasn't cutting it so we had to do some changes and I LOVE how it came out! The best part is that it only took a weekend to do and about $100!
This is how the bedroom looked before... not very inviting or relaxing. It was just kinda blah.
So we headed to the home improvement store and picked up some wood and cut it into planks.
We nailed it onto the wall ad filled the nail holes.
Then I sanded, primed and painted it! Make sure to check out my blog post with tips and tricks that saved me tons of time when it comes to painting the wall!
And that's it! I then put in some new pillows, painted some cabinets for a more warm feel in the room.
Lastly I bought some fun lamps and wall art to make it look even better! Make sure you check out the blog post for a VERY detailed tutorial on how I did the wall, what wood I used and how I figured out what size to cut the planks.
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  • Serena Sult Serena Sult on Jul 26, 2017
    I have looked all over this area for shiplap and no one carries is ..any other ideas.. I have checked HOME DEPOT and Lowes..
    Thank you

  • Debra Joseph Debra Joseph on Apr 26, 2018

    Cn the kind of wood you bought be stained to look like old hardwood does it have to be painted?

  • Marie Friscia Marie Friscia on May 31, 2018

    If their is a wall outlet or two on the wall how to you get the boards straight and not cover it?

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  • Kimberly Brown Reed Kimberly Brown Reed on Jun 22, 2018

    I love it. I'm going to do this with my grandchildren this fall in the livingroom and dining room. We will use plywood cut into strips for us. Many hands make light work!

  • Sharron Sharron on Jul 18, 2020

    Beautiful job you did and I am so inspired to do this to my bedroom. Thank you so much.

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