Bathroom Decor, Children's Decor, Easy DIY, Home Decor, Paint Colors
I am SO beyond excited to share this fun project with you! We recently added pink shiplap to the girls bathroom and I couldn't possibly be more in love if I tried! Ryan and I surprisingly never shiplapped any walls in the old house and we were excited to add a few shiplap walls in our new home. We had our builders leave the standard mirrors off the wall so we could add our own.
We chose chrome faucets with a white quartz counter. In our old home we had quartz counters and it held up SO well especially with kids! I found THE best pink ever and am so happy with the results. It's going to be my new go-to pink and we're going to use it in the girls bedrooms when we add some board and batten.
mirrors // swan head // bath mats
I literally couldn't be more obsessed with their space. Would it be weird to pink shiplap our whole house?! The pink paint we chose is Intimate White by Sherwin Williams. First, Ryan took the existing light fixtures off the wall which was pretty much the only prep work we had to do. He then cut the shiplap using a miter saw to fit and a table saw to cut the top piece to fit.
We used a laser light level which has come in so handy with several other home projects (like mounting TV's). Once the shiplap was cut to fit, we added the paint. They only took 1 coat because they were primed and ready to go. The dry time was also minimal so this project went super quickly.
Ryan nailed the shiplap up with a nail gun and then caulked the spots and touched up the paint. You could also add some crown molding to the top to finish it off, but we don't mind the way it looks with the smaller board to fit. The total cost for this was close to $200.
Project Cost: Shiplap: 114.92, Paint: $71 (we only used a half a gallon), Nails: $6.28, Caulk: $2.99, Total: 195.19
I'm so thrilled with the pink paint we chose for our pink shiplap! It's the perfect light non-pepto pink color. It has a subtle hint of peach which makes it the perfect blush. It looks a little more on the peach side in the sample, but it's the perfect pink. Trust me! It is called Intimate White by Sherwin Williams.
floors (we are so obsessed with them!) // hand towels
I figured I'd share a couple of not-so-exciting before shots of the bathroom as well as how we laid out the shiplap using our laser level.
Again, I can't tell you how in love with this bathroom I am! If you're on the fence about pink shiplap, you should definitely give it a try. It only took around 6 hours total from start to finish!
Paint - Sherwin Williams Intimate White
Acrylic Organizer (check out this post for more acrylic organizers!)
Board and Batten Wall Tutorial // Pink Pineapple Girls Decor // Bright and Colorful Girls Bedroom Decor
Hopefully this post provided some inspiration for your next shiplap wall project! Please let me know if you have any questions by leaving a comment below or feel free to DM me on Instagram! Thank you so much for reading!
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