Are your walls missing a little something?  Give your interior some charisma and charm with board, batten and shiplap walls.  I love the finished look board and batten gives a space; tweet your favorite design ideas at “@camidesigns”!

The Mudroom

via Pizitz Home Cottage

via Pizitz Home Cottage


via Indulgy

Horizontal planks open up this mudroom and give an otherwise unruly area a finished feel.  Updating a space on your main floor can transform the feel of your entire house without touching other rooms.

Staircase Space


via Home Bunch

Never underestimate your staircase space!  Batten and board panels continue the home’s aesthetic without being too overbearing.

via home bunch

via Home Bunch

Paint-grade Pine shiplap siding featuring an 1/8″ reveal covers these walls, for a sleek transition.

From Farm to Fabulous


via Interior Barn Doors

Sliding barn doors were one of the more popular interior design trends for 2016.  Give your Connecticut home a touch of modern farm aesthetic for a touch of countryside comfort.


via Beth Webb

Whitewashed shiplap walls are minimalist enough for a modern home, yet cozy enough for those with traditional roots.

A New Nursery


via Project Nursery

Introducing board and batten walls to a nursery help maintain crisp, contemporary feel.  For new parents, simple details such as board and batten walls can make a messy nursery feel pulled together.



I love the idea of drawing design inspiration from a favorite location.  This Hamptons-inspired nursery features nautical elements without going overboard.

via Country Living

via Country Living

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