20 Shiplap Bathroom Ideas For Traditional Farmhouse Fans to Modern Design Lovers

Modern Shiplap Bathroom

Cover the walls and ceiling with shiplap to create a neutral envelope for a modern space. This bathroom from Chango & Co. contrasts bright white painted shiplap with black floor tiles and accessories and modern artwork to create a neutral space that feels updated, current, and fresh.

Natural Shiplap Bathroom

Natural shiplap can add warmth to a spacious modern bathroom. Erin Williamson Design installed a horizontal shiplap backsplash above the double sink vanity in this Texas primary bathroom that complements the pale wood cabinetry. The large horizontal boards make the space feel wider, while the natural wood adds contrast with white countertops and walls and black accents.

Sage Green Shiplap

Paint shiplap in a soft shade of sage green to add warmth and a touch of color to an otherwise neutral powder room. This space from Kate Marker Interiors is finished with a marble-and-wood farmhouse sink vanity and gold accents.

Black Shiplap Bathroom

Add a moody and relaxing feel to your bathroom with black shiplap walls. Jessica Nelson Design contrasted black vertical shiplap wall panels with crisp white window trim and ceiling paint. The black-and-white space is finished with mixed metal finishes on the wall sconces and plumbing fixtures and accessories to add variation.

Shiplap Bathtub Niche

Use shiplap to add definition to a bathroom nook or niche. This built-in bathtub niche from Ashley Montgomery Design is covered in shiplap, from the walls to the built-in shelving, bathtub front, and slightly arched ceiling. Soft beige paint and half curtains add softness for a relaxing oasis feel.

Colorful Shiplap Bathroom

Pair white shiplap with colorful shower tile for a modern look. This kids' bathroom from Chango & Co. is finished with horizontal shiplap boards and vertical rainbow-striped tiles that add color and personality to the small space.

Shiplap and Marble Bathroom

Pair white shiplap with white marble to add texture to a modern bathroom. Sissy + Marley Interior Design clad the walls and ceiling of this spacious bathroom lit by skylights with white shiplap. A large glass-walled shower with marble shower walls and a matching floor and black textiles add a sharp modern edge.

Shiplap Half Wall

A shiplap half-wall wraps three walls of this long galley-style bathroom from Becca Interiors. The shiplap and wall above are painted in the same warm beige tone to make the space feel larger and create a cohesive, low-contrast feel. Earthy olive green paint on the bathtub base, a natural wood vanity, and gray flooring add warmth.

Modern Shiplap Bathroom

Pair vertical white shiplap walls with simple modern decor and finishes for a breezy feel. This shiplap bathroom from Desiree Burns Interiors is decorated with light wood, woven, and gold-tone metallic accents for an effortless feel.

Luxury Shiplap Bathroom

All-over shiplap walls give this bright and spacious luxury primary bathroom from Chango & Co. a slightly softer and more inviting feel that allows elements like a walk-in glass shower, a large soaking tub, and a spacious vanity to shine. A whimsical bubble pendant light hangs from the tall ceiling over the bathtub to create a focal point.

Beige Painted Shiplap

Paint shiplap in a warm beige and use the same color on the ceiling to create an enveloping feel. Becca Interiors finished this relaxing bathroom with contrasting window trim, a bateau-style garden tub, and vintage lighting.

Modern Shiplap Accent Wall

Accent the far wall of a bathroom to add some dimension while retaining a neutral look. This space from Michelle Berwick Design has white walls, modern artwork, and black accents including a cheeky mosaic penny tile greeting on the floor for a warm, modern feel. The vertical shiplap draws the eye upward, making the small space feel taller.

Shiplap and Geometric Tile

Modernize white shiplap walls with a multicolored geometric tile floor, like this vibrant space from Chango & Co. The bathroom is finished with accents taken from the color palette of the tile, from the blue-and-orange wall art to the blue sink and waste basket.

Rustic Shiplap Ceiling

You don't have to go overboard to make an impact using shiplap in a small space. In this cozy bathroom in a 1906 cabin renovated by Leanne Ford Interiors, a shiplap ceiling is paired with textured walls and flagstone floors for a rustic look. A vintage sink and bathtub add charm and authenticity to the compact, light-flooded space.

With Floating Shelves

Mix horizontal white shiplap boards with chunky natural wood shelving to add warm contrast in a small bathroom like this space from Rebecca Rollins Interiors. The shelves are layered with woven textures, candles, and simple artwork for a decorated feel.

Simple Shiplap Bathroom

Maintain a simple feel in an all-white bathroom with shiplap walls to add warmth. The vertical shiplap in this bright bathroom from Mindy Gayer Design Co. emphasizes the tall ceilings, while a gold-toned pendant light above the bathtub adds a touch of glam.

Shiplap Powder Room

Horizontal stripes make a narrow room feel wider. My 100 Year Old Home applied the same principle in this small powder room by cladding the walls in wrap-around white shiplap that creates a sense of movement and makes the tight space feel more spacious.

Navy Shiplap Bathroom

Navy shiplap walls that complement the cabinetry and add contrast with white shower tile walls create a fresh feel in a modern bathroom, like this space from Jessica Nelson Design.

Shiplap and Wallpaper

Pair a traditional horizontal shiplap backsplash with patterned wallpaper to create interest in a black-and-white bathroom like this space from Kate Marker Interiors.

Shiplap With Artwork

Don't be afraid to hang artwork, mirrors, or other decor on shiplap walls in the same way that you would any wall. Jessica Nelson Design hung a pair of vintage bird illustrations to the wall of this simple to add a sense of history to the space.

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