This post is sponsored by Plaid Crafts, all thoughts, words, and opinions are my own.
When we moved into our new house last year, we knew immediately that we had a lot of painting to do. The previous owners had painted the entire house a very dark, depressing tan. We’ve slowly been making our way through each room of the house to make updates and today I’m sharing with you the FIRST part of our half bathroom update and our Coastal Planked Wall we made using FolkArt Milk Paint. You may recall my post last year about FolkArt’s Milk Paint, so check it out HERE for more Milk Paint inspiration. But in the meantime, let’s check out my DIY Coastal Planked Wall as the first part of my Half Bath Update!
Really like this idea. Looks great. We have a few areas in our home that we are going to do this to. Thanks for the idea and tips. With long winters here in Minnesota we have plenty of project time 🙂
Thanks, Nancy. I still have to finish the sides yet, but I appreciate the comment!
I’m in the process of painting our small hall bathroom. I painted it a latte color and was just thinking yesterday about putting a ship lap wall behind the shared toilet/ vanity wall. The mirror I have in the wall is silver with a slight tan glaze look. Wonder what colors I should use for ship lap? How does Tans, muted silver, grey and the latte color sound?
Absolutely LOVE this! Now you have me thinking . . . But I have no wall space left, darn. Saving for future reference. A+ Thank you so much!!!!!!
I love it, I think I would like to try it in the house we are going to buy. I hope I get to see the finished product.
I LOVE this look and your colour combinations, they remind me if sand and ocean. To make use if vertical space, maybe you can put some open shelves over the toilet and place ocean shells and nautical things to add a useful storage area and more interest! (extra t.p., hand towel, soaps, etc)?
The colors are PERFECT!!! Could you be so kind as to list them? i live in Ormond Beach & would love to use your colors for whatever strikes my fancy around the house, perhaps with wood bits i find on the beach.
Thank you very much for your imaginative talent and the inspiration!
I loves this project. I have a very small bathroom just like this. I wanted to know what you used to color the wood as well. I will use afrocentric colors. Thanks so much!!