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pfmaher

Mitsy, now that someone else brought it up...I’m already getting tired of shiplap. Just seeing it too many places. I don’t think it will age well. But consider that the old bath decor was around 20 years old, and dated. That’s about the style life of bathroom, unless you do it in plain, classic design.

   
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mitsybaby2

pfmaher, yes the shiplap [and farmhouse sink] craze is on. It's not that it isn't attractive in the right applications but it is a bold style and not easily changeable. Years back panelling lasted a long time but then they didn't change out their decor as frequent as people do today. Its understandable people like something different, but that is where color comes into play as something easily modified (and fixtures, etc.). Just something to consider.

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K S
Beautiful! Did you use the same paint color for the window moldings and the shiplap walls?
   

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