Shiplap Bedroom Wall Decor Ideas

Shiplap wall decor ideas have long been an iconic choice when it comes to bedroom wall decor ideas. A beloved feature in coastal and farmhouse interiors alike, shiplap can also add rustic or Scandinavian flare to any space – it even works for vertical installation! Plus it’s simple to incorporate it in bedroom makeover projects by painting it or installing picture rails. So for an eye-catching modern farmhouse aesthetic try one of these shiplap wall ideas to give your space some personality!

Wide-planked shiplap walls are an effective way to add a cozy farmhouse aesthetic. Their natural wood tones add warmth and dimension, adding depth and coziness to any room. For a contemporary take on this trend, paint it gray wash or light blue finish for added dimension and dimension in any room. In this bedroom design from Love Grows Wild featuring gray shiplap walls paired with neutral colors and warm wood tones, creating the ultimate cozy ambience.

Shiplap can quickly add character and brightness to any space when installed on only half of a wall, as seen here from The DIY Playbook. Topped with an easily customizable picture rail for displaying family photos or other decorative items, its half wall of shiplap contrasts beautifully against its white painted bottom section to complete this nautical-themed attic bedroom design.

If you’re feeling more daring, try adding a black shiplap accent wall to your bedroom. This bold choice will instantly elevate any space, adding sophistication and coziness with bright white furnishings – or opt for beige as your color scheme to create classic yet contemporary space!

For those not yet ready to commit to an entire shiplap room transformation, this bedroom from A Beautiful Mess shows how just adding shiplap to the top portion of one wall can add visual interest and add visual contrast between colors of planks. Patterned bedding helps soften their contrast while an underbed sconce brings it all together beautifully.

Horizontal shiplap can help narrow rooms appear wider, but when used vertically it can also draw the eye upwards and make a ceiling seem higher. That is what this attic bedroom accomplished thanks to a stunning shiplap wall extending all the way to the ceiling complemented with a stylish black headboard and hanging ladder for blanket storage.

Peel and stick wallpaper offers another simple yet subtle shiplap wall feature option, making installation much simpler than attaching boards directly. Plus, removal is a cinch should you change your mind. Peel and stick wallpaper makes for great guest bedrooms or children’s rooms as it won’t damage walls beneath!

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