Our 3/8″ x 5 3/8″ shiplap wall plank is a type of MDF plank commonly used in construction and interior design. It’s characterized by its distinctive design where the boards are installed horizontally with a slight overlap between them. This overlapping design creates a groove and ridge effect, helping to shed water and provide a tighter seal between the boards.
Shiplap planks are often used for siding on the exterior of buildings, as well as for interior wall paneling. The design not only adds a visually appealing texture to walls but also serves functional purposes. In interior design, shiplap has become popular for creating a rustic or farmhouse-style aesthetic in homes.
Shiplap planks can be made from MDF and then finished, stained or painted to match the desired look of a space. The planks can be installed using nails or screws and the overlapping design helps create a seamless and uniform appearance while allowing for slight movement due to temperature and humidity changes. Shiplap planks are a versatile and stylish option for adding texture and character to both interior and exterior surfaces.