Omg...I love that kitchen.
Shiplap is a rather nice look, I would not mind it myself.
I love paint & boarders myself.
Yes...it is very architectural... There just needs to be more cupboards and/storage...and maybe a pantry.
You love that kitchen? But where's the fridge? Is it still a kitchen without a fridge?
Honestly I'm not totally sure what shiplap is... but googling pictures, it looks like it might be on the walls leaving those lines. I don't love the lines throughout an entire house.
I would say "Good choice!"
A room with one wall of wallpaper might be okay...it's called something....but I keep thinking: who's going to take it off in about 7 years?
I helped a friend take wallpaper off once, it felt like it took 7 yrs to remove it
Yep! That's always a turnoff to me....
SL are boards that look like they could come from ships...they are rustic knotty looking planks.
When renovating, It's important to know what ideas would compliment the style and decor of your house and what wouldn't. Shiplap might look great in a cabin or old style home but might be out of place in many townhouses. It would be like wallpapering a rustic cabin.
I just love the word shiplap and made a post around it...:)
You just wanted to see how many people had to look up the definition.
Playing on Amiriters sense of curiousity is always a safe bet....
You have to know that shiplap is being gentrified lately....painted etc...to look less rustic and more just humble.
At what it costs, people would be amazed how much it costs to look cheap. <s>
Pastels are not in but wallpaper is.... shrieking!
I would say "Get the hell out of my house! I'm renovating this bitch!"
Don't own a house. So I guess I'd say. "It was a really great job! I'm sure the true owners will pay you when they show up someday. PS the Jacuzzi is awesome!
If I had a house and money to renovate it... I would say" I do not want one stitch of carpet in this place."