Proof You Should Put Shiplap in a Pantry

Proof You Should Put Shiplap in a Pantry

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Lisa Freedman
Jan 11, 2017
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When Ashely, the crafty blogger behind Little Glass Jar, decided to introduce shiplap into her home, she started by testing the waters in her pantry. After all, it was a space she'd been wanting to redo anyway. If she didn't like it, it was just a small closet — it's not like she was committing an entire wall to the stuff.

Read more: What is Shiplap, Anyway? at Apartment Therapy

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The before — with generic wire shelving — was obviously nothing special. It was a pantry (yay!) but didn't offer much inspiration (boo!).

To get started, Ashley and her husband went to Home Depot and got a few 8x12 sheets of plywood (for less than $12 each!), which they then had cut into six-inch-wide strips at the store's cutting center. The couple did a little more trimming and sanding at home, and got to work installing and painting the pieces. They added dark-stained shelving and then it was time for the fun part: decorating the pantry with pretty baskets and jars.

The result looks like something you'd see on Fixer Upper. Now Ashley wants to put shiplap everywhere — and we don't blame her! What do you think?

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See the full transformation: Farmhouse Pantry Makeover at Little Glass Jar

Pantries to Pin is a new column on our site! While many of us could only ever dream of having a pantry this nice (or at all!), the column is meant to give you inspiration and fodder for your Pinterest board. You might even get some ideas to steal for your own kitchen.

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