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Shiplap fireplaces offer a practical and functional design that is both beautiful and simple to complete.
There are specific elements that come into play when designing a stylish shiplap fireplace With a nod to the past, it mimics the “shiplap” on old-time barns, providing a great complement to log furniture and homes with exposed beams. So with that being said, let's jump into these Beautiful Modern Shiplap Fireplace Ideas!
The white shiplap fireplace is a great option for anyone who wants to add some rustic charm to their home. The white color provides a bright and cheerful look that will brighten up any room, whether you are looking for something modern or traditional.
With a dark grey shiplap fireplace, you can create a moody yet inviting and cozy space in your living room.
Its grey color gives it a cool and relaxing feel, while the shiplap style makes it look rustic and unique. This black vertical shiplap fireplace is the perfect addition to any room. The vertical shiplap design adds depth and texture to the piece.
You'll get the best of both worlds: a rustic look with lots of character, but with farmhouse modern touches like the shiplap. Here is a large farmhouse open concept living room with dark wood floor.
This shiplap fireplace really creates a focal point in such a large room.
They have also included the shiplap on the walls to really blend in the fireplace but used beautiful wood beam additions to create interest to the ceiling. White Shiplap Fireplace with Rustic Wood Beam and Brick I love the look of this white shiplap fireplace with a rustic wood beam and brick surround.
The white color is bright and crisp, while the wood beam adds a touch of warmth to the room. It creates an incredible contrast to the white walls that makes this fireplace pop. You could achieve this look with walnut or white oak wood planks and a natural poly-acrylic finish. Love this gas fireplace with grey shiplap next to the rustic wood ceiling beams!
It really lacks the rustic feels but ultimately creates a statement piece of it's own. They continue with the shiplap but incorporate a cabinet that resembles barn doors for the television.
Such a unique way to display shiplap on a fireplace in an angled pattern... and green! The sconces also add a beautiful warming touch to a cooler color scheme.
This really just brings the fireplace into the room as a focal point but keeping on with the nautical theme.
It really draws your attention up and elongates the look of your fireplace making it a grand statement piece.
The wood mantel acts as a great dividing feature to the brick and shiplap boards. The coastal theme adds dramatic color to this living space in a way that works.
This amazing fireplace showcases a beautiful blue shiplap color, but the interest is in the wood storage. I wouldn't recommend putting all these features on a fireplace if you have 8-10 foot ceilings.
This grey shiplap in a chevron design is a unique farmhouse style that adds so much interest to a space, creating a focal point in your living room that your guests will love.
We have the authentic barn wood beam mantel with shiplap and a brass fireplace insert.
Sharing another popular fireplace design shiplap, a wood mantel and gas insert. This is a traditional yet simple fireplace that used to be super popular before farmhouse designs took over.
I love adding a mirror to the fireplace because it can transform a smaller space to look larger. I love when fireplaces have an outlet already installed so you can add the TV in without having to worry about any wiring issues.
This beautiful black fireplace sure is a dramatic focal point of this office but sure is stunning! Again with the chevron plank design but it works so well especially with the rustic sconces and highland cow artwork.
I just love this deep black fireplace, it really adds a dramatic focal point that ties this room together! I love how they incorporated the shiplap across the living room and used open shelving to showcase so many personal items!
The wood mantel breaks up the two different materials surrounding this fireplace which adds as a feature piece as well! The pieces of shiplap are not flesh with the concrete making it dual depth.