Many homeowners opted to use shiplap because it’s an easy way to add texture and visual interest to a space. Shiplap is often used either on one wall as an accent or throughout the entire room to dress up otherwise flat walls. And while shiplap absolutely accomplishes adding texture to a space, it’s not the only way to create an interesting detail on the walls.
Adding molding and trim can be a way to add texture to the wall that will stand out a bit more than the overused shiplap. Molding boxes are traditional and add a ton of character, says Thrifty Decor Chick. But painting the molding can also look incredibly modern, sleek, and timeless. These molding boxes are also easy to DIY with items bought from the hardwood store.
Other ways of adding texture to your walls include board and batten, a type of wainscoting that creates recessed squares, and bead board, which has a similar look to shiplap. Wallpaper is another great way to add some texture and pattern to a space. And, of course, you can texture the wall itself, such as a sand swirl, which can give the room a natural and earthy finish.
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