Shiplap, reclaimed barn wood, minimalistic white - you get all these yummy things in a single board. UFP-Edge White Rustic Shiplap looks like it could've been rescued from an abandoned barn in the Shenandoah Valley.
New, high-grade lumber is surfaced distressed to get a rustic, ridged texture. Then, the boards are factory primed and coated with low V.O.C. white paint to look super cool in your home. Like a textured accent wall behind your bed. Or a DIY frame for your best wedding photo.
This project-ready shiplap is easy for busy DIYers to use. With rabbeted edges, boards overlap without gaps. Exposed face is 4-5/8 inches. Ends butt together. Wood is kiln dried for less shrinking, swelling, and warping. Boards are rough and painted on both sides.
Speaking of "rough" - it means rough. People get this distressed shiplap for its ridgy rusticness. You might get a splinter if you rub real hard. If you want smooth boards, we recommend you purchase smooth boards.
DON'T USE THESE OUTSIDE: Nope just don't. If you ruthlessly do it anyway, you must use a wood protector sealant. Really.
READ THIS ABOUT COLOR: Color may vary from board to board, because of distressing and wood's natural characteristics. Paint may be worn in some spots, darker in others. Wood grain and knots might show through. If color consistency is important, we recommend buying at least 10% more boards than you think you need. Embrace imperfection.
Installation notes: For accent walls, boards can be installed horizontally or vertically on walls and ceilings. In bathrooms: Seal boards with waterproof sealer. Not recommended for flooring or shelving.