Make an accent wall to Instagram home about with UFP-Edge Charred Wood Shiplap. The wood's surface has been burned to deeply toast streaks and knots. The result is charred shiplap ready for your project - which is good if your neighborhood has rules about trying shou sugi ban in your driveway. People love how the variations between boards creates a unique look.
Both sides of the boards have rabbeted edges for a true shiplap look. Boards overlap, ends butt up together. Exposed face is 4-5/8 inches. 4 boards cover about 12.33 square feet. Boards are kiln dried to reduce warp and shrinkage.
Top and edges of the boards are charred, not back. Stainable, but test first to make sure you like the result. A light satin clear coat protects charred areas from smudging. However, if you'll use it in high-traffic or wet areas (kitchen, bathroom), you must use a polyurethane sealer.
Use charred shiplap indoors only. To trim accent walls and projects like kitchen islands, use this matching 1 x 4 Natural Charred Wood Trim.
READ THIS ABOUT COLOR: The amount of charring varies between boards depending on the amount of natural streaks and knots. Some boards will be lighter than others. If consistency is important for your project, we recommend ordering at least 10% more wood than you think you need.
Installation notes: UFP-Edge Charred Wood Shiplap is decorative - not for structural purposes. It can be installed on walls and ceilings, vertically or horizontally. Product must be fastened to structural members at a maximum 24 inches on center.