This past weekend we decided to give our master bedroom a face lift and I am so glad that we did. I think that the master bedroom should feel like a spa/retreat so when you have had a really long day, you can go and relax in it and enjoy the space around you. Well our master bedroom was far from a retreat. It looked fine in there but nothing like this. It only took a couple days to do and cost about $100 (for the wall, not the decor) and I am absolutely in love with it! I can’t wait to share with your the process of how to build a shiplap wall for cheap.
Here is the break down of the costs:
4 boards at $11.97 = 47.88
White paint = $23.00
Primer = $15.00
Other painting supplies = $15So it could be less if you have the paint and supplies, the wood only cost about $50!Using a table saw, we cut the planks 7.43 or 7 7/16 inch.
Once the paint was dry, it was time to put up the boards. Using a nail gun and finish nails we put up the boards onto the wall. We used a little piece of wood to measure the gaps to space them evenly.
This is my favorite spot in the room though, I just LOVE this corner!