Model # 251195

Internet #206963596

UFP-Edge 1 in. x 6 in. x 6 ft. Barn Wood Brite Shiplap Spruce/Pine/Fir Board (6-Pack)
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UFP-Edge

1 in. x 6 in. x 6 ft. Barn Wood Brite Shiplap Spruce/Pine/Fir Board (6-Pack)

  • Barnwood shiplap boards create the look of distressed siding
  • Boards can be left unfinished or can be primed or painted
  • Boards feature a rough sawn textured surface
$ 62 97 /package
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Product Overview

White barnwood shiplap used as an accent wall for the living room and grey barnwood shiplap used for the ceiling

  

Look of Reclaimed Wood without the Hassle

Barnwood lets you create unique reclaimed wood spaces like one-of-a-kind shiplap accent walls, focal points, and rustic craft projects.

Grey barnwood shiplap used as an accent wall for the tv room with a flat screen placed on the wall

  

Shiplap Project Tips

Color will vary from board to board and lot to lot due to natural characteristics of wood. It is recommended you purchase your entire job, plus a minimum of 10% overage to ensure most consistent color.

A stack of all of the colors avalible in the barnwood shiplap collection

  

Shiplap Board Sizes

Available in 1x6 and 1x8 square edge shiplap boards.

A stack of all of the colors avalible in the barnwood shiplap trim board collection

  

Shiplap Board Accents

Available in 1x4 trim boards to frame shiplap accent walls or create unique rustic projects.

Grey barnwood shiplap board used as an accent wall in the kitchen

  

Shiplap Installation Tips and Tricks

Due to the natural characteristics of wood, some cupping and warp may occur prior to installation.

Brown barnwood shiplap board used as an accent wall in the dining area with USA flag on the wall

  

Shiplap Installation Tips and Tricks

Install horizontal or vertical. Full-length furring strips are required for vertical applications.

Swatch image of a grey barnwood wood shiplap board


Gray Barn Wood Shiplap Boards and Trim

Swatch image of a white Barn wood wood shiplap board


White Barn Wood Shiplap Boards and Trim

Swatch image of a charcoal barnwood wood shiplap board


Charcoal Barn Wood Shiplap Boards and Trim

Swatch image of a light brown barnwood wood shiplap board


Light Brown Barn Wood Shiplap Boards and Trim

Swatch image of a light brown barnwood wood shiplap board


Dark Brown Barn Wood Shiplap Boards and Trim

Swatch image of a natural/unfinished barnwood wood shiplap board


Natural Barn Wood Shiplap Boards and Trim

  • Barnwood shiplap boards create the look of distressed siding
  • Boards can be left unfinished or can be primed or painted
  • Boards feature a rough sawn textured surface
Bring the outdoors in with the look of distressed shiplap siding. Barnwood shiplap boards are made to have a rough surface. Boards can be left unfinished or can be primed/painted to create a reclaimed wood look. The appeal of distressed wood and rustic reclaimed wood makes this perfect for projects. Ideal for making formal areas feel more casual.
  • Barn wood manufactured from new lumber
  • Ideal to create barn wood accent walls and other do-it-yourself projects
  • Custom paint or stain may be applied over surface
  • Easy to cut and install in horizontal and vertical applications
  • 6 boards per pack
  • Wood protector sealant required for outdoor use
  • Square footage based off exposed board face width
  • Boards may shrink and cup slightly after acclimating
  • Actual product size: 5/8 in. x 5-3/8 in. x 6 ft.
  • 2.31 sq. ft. per board/ 13.86 sq. ft. per 6 pack
  • Gives your space the perfect shiplap look



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Barnwood shiplap boards create the look of distressed siding
  • Boards can be left unfinished or can be primed or painted
  • Boards feature a rough sawn textured surface
Model #: 251195
Internet #: 206963596

Bring the outdoors in with the look of distressed shiplap siding. Barnwood shiplap boards are made to have a rough surface. Boards can be left unfinished or can be primed/painted to create a reclaimed wood look. The appeal of distressed wood and rustic reclaimed wood makes this perfect for projects. Ideal for making formal areas feel more casual.

  • Barn wood manufactured from new lumber
  • Ideal to create barn wood accent walls and other do-it-yourself projects
  • Custom paint or stain may be applied over surface
  • Easy to cut and install in horizontal and vertical applications
  • 6 boards per pack
  • Wood protector sealant required for outdoor use
  • Square footage based off exposed board face width
  • Boards may shrink and cup slightly after acclimating
  • Actual product size: 5/8 in. x 5-3/8 in. x 6 ft.
  • 2.31 sq. ft. per board/ 13.86 sq. ft. per 6 pack
  • Gives your space the perfect shiplap look



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
6
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.6875
Actual Product Width (in.)
5.375
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
2.6875
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
6
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1
Nominal Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Appearance Board Type
Barnwood Boards
Board Joint Type
Shiplap
Color/Finish
Wood
Fastener recommendation
Screws / Nails
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Finish Type
Unfinished
Lumber Grade
Stud
Lumber Wood Species
Spruce/Pine/Fir
Material
Wood
Moisture content
KDHT
Number Of Boards Per Pack
6
Returnable
90-Day
Texture
Granulated

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
6
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.6875
Actual Product Width (in.)
5.375
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
2.6875
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
6
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1
Nominal Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Appearance Board Type
Barnwood Boards
Board Joint Type
Shiplap
Color/Finish
Wood
Fastener recommendation
Screws / Nails
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Finish Type
Unfinished
Lumber Grade
Stud
Lumber Wood Species
Spruce/Pine/Fir
Material
Wood
Moisture content
KDHT
Number Of Boards Per Pack
6
Returnable
90-Day
Texture
Granulated

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Questions & Answers

I have seen 3 questions asking how many square feet does a box cover and I seen 2 answers, I want...

I have seen 3 questions asking how many square feet does a box cover and I seen 2 answers, I want to cover 410 square feet. Now 1 question on what color stain for the gray board with no answer can you help with this question. Thank you
Asked by: RJM
Marty is right. Just remember, its going to take ALOT of planks to cover each wall. I'm covering 4 walls that's 16 ft long by 12 ft wide. Marty's calculations made it easy for me to buy what I needed without wasting money. I purchased 4, 6, and 8 ft long by 6" wide(5" really). Thanks Marty!
Answered by: Gerard
Date published: 2018-12-17

how many would I need to by if the wall is 9 feet tall and 12 feet long

how many would I need to by if the wall is 9 feet tall and 12 feet long
Asked by: HELp
Please contact your local PRO associate to discuss your material list.
Answered by: UFPI Representative
Date published: 2018-02-14

Is this material smooth on one side, suitable for painting?

Asked by: Rikity
Yes but the back is not meant for the outside surface, though it could be with a good primer and coat of paint. But then you would be better off with just getting normal pine tongue and groove boards as you would not get the weathered look that these boards are meant to look like.
Answered by: Jerry
Date published: 2019-01-14

is the whole board 8 inches or is the 8 inches w/o the tongue?

is the whole board 8 inches or is the 8 inches w/o the tongue?
Asked by: Mic
Yes
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2018-12-26
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Customer Reviews

1 in. x 6 in. x 6 ft. Barn Wood Brite Shiplap Spruce/Pine/Fir Board (6-Pack) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 196.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from These boards are a lower cost option to actual reclaimed lumber, but the quality difference is pr... These boards are a lower cost option to actual reclaimed lumber, but the quality difference is pretty apparent. Instead of having real saw marks and grain texture, these boards have been run through a texturing machine that just puts perfectly straight ridges and grooves along the whole board. It's not too obvious from a distance, but up close it's easy to tell. The surface of the boards are very splintery, with lots of little pieces hanging off, and some places where the shallow stain coat has flaked away to show the raw wood behind it. I also found a few spots that hadn't been sealed and were leaking sap. The ends of a few boards were in very rough shape, and it's definitely due to the manufacturing process, since the roughly splintered portions were still covered in a coat of stain. Ultimately I decided not to put these up on my wall due to their lack of quality. They may come in handy for a few projects that I want a rustic look for, but definitely nothing that will be a permanent fixture in my home.
Date published: 2019-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great look and a dead-simple way to increase a room’s R-value without doing sheetrock work withou... Great look and a dead-simple way to increase a room’s R-value without doing sheetrock work without risking the introduction of mold or bugs from old wood. We furred our walls out an additional 1.5” and added RMax rigid insulation into the newly-created wall cavity, then covered our new “studs” and insulation with these distressed, gray shiplap 1x8 boards. The result looks fantastic and we added R9.2 or better to our east-facing walls, so this summer our bedroom won’t be 5-10 degrees warmer than the rest of the house first thing in the morning. I installed these using 18-gauge brad nails and they’re holding great. If one were to get really excited about things, the cut ends could be re-stained or painted grey to match, but with any wood, one would expect cut ends to look like new cuts. I decided not to go over the top with detail work. These are behind our bed, so not a trafficked area. I did have more waste than anticipated because our furring strips are roughly 24” apart vs traditional 16” spacing, so we had 20-percent waste. We are making 2’ square panels from the cut offs for cool wall pieces. We’ll run a sander over them quickly first to make them less splintery, then they can receive any cute saying and look great hanging up. My wife’s women’s group will love these panels for their next craft night, so we will actually have very little waste because of this secondary project. I’ve read a lot of these reviews, and I wanted to make a few comments; this is real wood, not manufactured wood, so they have cupping, twisting and crowning and the occasional split end or blown knot. These all add to the character, and it’s easy to straighten them on the wall. Where there was a crown or warp or cup, I just used more brads when I pulled the board into position. There are also plenty of splinters—a rough sanding with a DA sander would knock those off and add to the look. The back of the lap joint needed to be cleaned out quickly before installation; I used my speed square to avoid those splinters. Real barn wood has splinters and character (read: warping, knots, cupping, etc.). I would expect all of this with real wood, Pine 1x8 planks especially. Just as with real barn wood, cutting a square end to start with is helpful. If you really wanted this to look weathered, take a wide brush, and keeping the brush exceedingly dry, brush on a little red, and/or white, or if you’re a John Deere family, some John Deere green, then sand the surface quickly with a light sandpaper to take any sharp edges off. We don’t want that look right now, but it would look fantastic! We are over-the-top pleased with the finished product, and the ease of double the R-value of one of the hottest walls in the house is fantastic. These barn wood shiplap boards are great!
Date published: 2018-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This product was the most usable product that we've purchased for our home! We plan on putting th... This product was the most usable product that we've purchased for our home! We plan on putting this on another wall in our kitchen, making a barn door, and possibly using it for a mudroom locker. Definateley recommend letting the product acclimate to the room fir 2 weeks before using to reduce warping. Also, leave these strapped during this time. Had less than 8% unusable product which Home Depot will give us our money back on.
Date published: 2019-01-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Product! Just be careful! I did all of my cuts in the garage and then carried them up a f... Great Product! Just be careful! I did all of my cuts in the garage and then carried them up a flight of stairs to construct in a bedroom. I ordered 6 boxes. After cutting them and carrying them up the stairs I noticed that one of the boxes contained light gray shiplap and the rest of the boxes were perfectly white shiplap. if you are working in less than ideal lighting, once out of the box, the white color will be seen on both sides of the board. The awful gray ones were raw on the back side. Since I had cut them already, I had to learn how to white-wash to match the others on the wall. Not fun.
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We are currently in the process of install. A few notes: We wanted a rough hewn almost barnwood l... We are currently in the process of install. A few notes: We wanted a rough hewn almost barnwood look, so this is very acceptable. If you are going for a more refined finish, avoid this product. We are covering popcorn vaulted ceilings, and are using 18gauge finish nails to hang. Working well so far. The white wash varies in intensity by the box, so ensure you buy multiple boxes and mix up the wood so the variation isnt stark once you hang it.
Date published: 2019-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Check the overall measurements. They were a quick and easy install from our fireplace mantel to ... Check the overall measurements. They were a quick and easy install from our fireplace mantel to the ceiling.
Date published: 2019-01-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I used it on a wall and ceiling in my... I used it on a wall and ceiling in my attic--works well for this room, but some of the boards are damaged on the edges and need to be touched up with some gray paint (stain) which was a bit disappointing. The boards are not all straight, which again is a bit of an issue, but can live with it. If I were doing a kitchen for example I probably would go for a higher quality shiplap board, but for the attic or garage its fine. I like the look when you get them up--wife likes it as well. Fairly easy to do yourself if you have at least a brad nailer, 1 and 1/4 inch of 1 amd 1/2 inch is fine. I would have given an extra star except for the slight damage, maybe they were tossed around to much.
Date published: 2019-02-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-06
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