DIY Shiplap Bedroom Wall- Cheap!

Happy Monday friends! It's time to kick off a project that took place while my husband was away on a trip this past week. While the husband is away, the wife will play. . . right?! This project took place in our bedroom and this space is slowly turning into the vision I wished for. 
So to start off, I wanted to shiplap the main wall our bed lays against. I loved the idea of shiplapping because it offers a nice soft texture to a space without making the space feel too busy or awkward. The room also felt "not finished". . . until now! 
I followed Jenna Sue Design Co's DIY shiplap wall steps HERE. Basically, taking quarter inch plywood for about $13 a sheet at Lowes and cutting them down into 6" or 8" strips. I went with an 8" strip to make the space feel larger! I love the outcome and when my husband returned from his trip, he mentioned how much larger the wall felt! 
I finished off the wall in Sherwin Williams, Stone Isle. A soft greige color perfect for calming. It took about 3.5, 8x4' sheets from Lowes, bottoming out the project budget at roughly under $100 with a gallon of paint.
Tell me what you guys think below!
Still looking for an alternative accent wall look? Check out the ombre' wall we finished at The Flat HERE!
Hugs, Alyssa

1 comment

  • Janet

    Absolutely beautiful!

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