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1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. Smoke White Charred Wood Pine Project Board (3-Pack)

  • Burnt surface highlights distinct wood-grain
  • Project boards feature a smooth surface
  • Use for accent walls and craft projects
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Charred wood shiplap accent wall with 3 family pictures on the wall in the family kitchen area.

  

A New Take on Distressed Shiplap

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

A coffee shop that has charred wood shiplap installed on their coffee bar and wall. This is gives it a more rustic look

  

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.

Image of 3 charred shiplap trim boards

  

Shiplap Board Sizes

Available in 1x6 square edge shiplap boards, 1x6 project boards, and 1x4 trim boards.

Image of a bathroom sink and mirror with a dark brown with pops of blue charred shiplap board as a accent wall

  

Proper Shiplap Care

If using for furniture or in high traffic areas a high quality polyurethane sealer is recommended.

Image of a dinnig room with light grey charred wood shiplap as the accent wall

  

Shiplap Installation Tips and Tricks

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

Image of a Brown Charred shiplap as an accent wall with furniture and decor that give the space a canyon lifestyle feel

  

Shiplap Installation Tips and Tricks

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

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Charred Wood Shiplap Pine Boards, Project Boards and Trim

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Smoke White Charred Wood Shiplap Pine Boards, Project Boards and Trim

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Deep Sea Blue Charred Wood Shiplap Pine Boards, Project Boards and Trim

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Ash Gray Charred Wood Shiplap Pine Boards, Project Boards and Trim

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Coastal Teal Charred Wood Shiplap Pine Boards, Project Boards and Trim

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Lava Red Charred Wood Shiplap Pine Boards, Project Boards and Trim

Add a splash of color to your next interior accent wall or decor project with UFP-Edge Charred Wood project boards. These boards are crafted with high-quality lumber that has been expertly burned to highlight its distinct wood-grain pattern. By finishing the boards with a vibrant coat of paint, it offers a refreshing look perfect for creating unique accent walls, projects and focal points. If using for furniture or in high-traffic areas, a high quality polyurethane sealer is recommended. Due to the natural characteristics of wood, some cupping and warping may occur. These products are not recommended for outdoor applications. If used for exterior applications, wood protector sealant is required. Color will vary from board to board and lot to lot. It is recommended you purchase your entire job, plus a minimum of 10% overage to ensure most consistent color.
  • Factory finished with a bold and vibrant coat of paint
  • Light clear coat applied
  • Use for interior applications
  • Charred surface highlights wood's natural character
  • Kiln dried to minimize warp and shrinkage
  • Lightweight and easy to cut and install
  • 3 square edge boards per pack
  • 3.67 sq. ft. per board / 11 sq. ft. per 3 pack
  • Boards may shrink and cup slightly after acclimating
  • Actual product size: 3/4 in. x 5-1/2 in. x 8 ft.
  • Gives your space the perfect shiplap look



  • California residents

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Board Joint TypeSquare EdgeShiplapShiplap
Nominal Product Length (ft.)888
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MaterialWoodWoodWood
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Nominal Product Thickness (in.)111
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
8
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Actual Product Width (in.)
5.5
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
3.67 ft²
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1
Nominal Product Width (in.)
6

Details

Appearance Board Type
Barnwood Boards
Board Joint Type
Square Edge
Color/Finish
Smoke White
Fastener recommendation
nails
Features
Paintable,Stainable
Finish Type
Painted
Lumber Grade
Stud
Material
Wood
Moisture content
Kiln Dried
Number Of Boards Per Pack
3
Returnable
90-Day
Texture
Smooth

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
n/a

Questions & Answers

14Questions15Answers

Can these be used for Bed Headboards, safe for sleeping ?

Asked by ZGuy May 12, 2020
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Answer

Hi ZGuy, According to our staff expert, the boards are safe for using as headboards.

What is the best way to cut them? Can you please suggest a saw to buy along with these boards to ...

Asked by AK March 20, 2020
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Answer

AK, As we do not know what you will be using this product for, we can only suggest that you ask a PRO associate either in the lumber aisle of Home Depot, or in the aisle where the saws are sold. You and the associate will be able to find the tool appropriate for your skill level and the complexity of the project. Best of luck to you.

are these boards 5 1/2" or a true 6"

Asked by Mark February 16, 2020
2
Answers

5 5/8”

Do these need to be sealed?

Asked by Rob January 25, 2020
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Answer

A wood protector sealant is required only when the product is used outdoors or where they will come in contact with moisture (i.e. walls within a bathroom). It is recommended to use a high quality polyurethane sealer if the project boards will be used for furniture or installed in high traffic areas.

Can these be used outside for a fence?

Asked by ABC September 14, 2019
2
Answers

These project boards are not recommended for outdoor applications. If used for exterior applications, wood protector sealant is required.

Is this wood perfect for writing.

Asked by PatAha January 25, 2019
1
Answer

Please contact Home Depot's customer service team to get samples of this product so you can test if it will work for your desired application.

I need to cut this with my jig saw, do I cut from the finished side or the back side. Using 2 boa...

Asked by Artist December 28, 2018
1
Answer

If your only option is a jigsaw, choose a blade for cross cutting wood. Cut each board individually from the back for best results. Crosscut blades have a greater TPI count and smaller teeth, designed to smoothly cut wood perpendicular to the wood grain. This will help prevent end splinters.

Is it possible to get a sample of the Ash Gray Charred Wood Pine to see the actual finish?

Asked by Sample November 4, 2018
1
Answer

Please contact Home Depot's customer service team to see if samples are available.

Can these be used for flooring?

Asked by Amanda October 11, 2018
1
Answer

No, this project board is made for accent walls and craft projects.

Say's to Use #15 or #16 gauge finish nail but doesn't say how long they need to be?? 1 1/2" or 2 ...

Asked by Artist September 27, 2018
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Answers

The length of the nail you use depends on what you're nailing into. The trim boards are 3/4 inch thick, so you add that to whatever you are nailing into. If you have plenty of depth in the backing material, then go with the longer finishing nail. Personally, I plan to use Liquid Nails with just a couple brads from my air nailer to hold them while the adhesive dries.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 71% recommend this product
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Was a great product and then something changed..
Part way through the cabinet build for my van and a few boxes of this stuff already purchased they changed the product. Originally it was a somewhat smooth finish, square edge and 5.5 nominal width. Then I got a box that was round edge with a very distinct lined pattern and not a smooth finish with 5.375" nominal width. The first box I got even had one piece that wasn't stained even close to the others colors.. I contacted home depot and they shipped me another free of charge and now even this box is very different. Not as bad quality but it looks very different than the rest of my cabinetry. Not sure what to do because only half my cabinets are done and I don't want everything to look different.
by Lucas
Response from UFPI RepresentativeFeb 14, 2020
We’re sorry to hear your expectations were not met. A representative will be in contact with you via email to discuss your issue. Thank you.
3 boards only colored on 1 side and only 1 was not damaged when opened. Ends were all splintered ...
3 boards only colored on 1 side and only 1 was not damaged when opened. Ends were all splintered and peeling
by Krzy612
1 person found this helpful
These boards are lovely. I just learned about charred wood while researching ways to enhance ply...
These boards are lovely. I just learned about charred wood while researching ways to enhance plywood flooring. This wood is nicely cured and amazingly light. The boards are pine, torched to bring out the wood grain and then stained with a transparent stain in a nice shade of red. I thought it would be glaring but the effect is soft. I'm currently trying them out as shelves although right now they are on raw cinder block. My thought is to also paint or stain the cinder blocks black.
by painters1953
This UFP-Edge 1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. Coastal Teal Charred Wood Pine Project Board looked like it w...
This UFP-Edge 1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. Coastal Teal Charred Wood Pine Project Board looked like it would make a really attractive headboard for our king-sized bed. We have a large master bedroom, but we have never had a good headboard for the bed and we could always use more storage spaces in the bedroom. Hence, I want to use these teal charred wood 1 x 6's attached vertically to a plywood backing board and framing that will create a storage area behind the headboard. We received five cartons each containing three 8-foot 1 x 6 trim boards. Our bed frame is about 78 inches wide and the 1 x 6's are 5-1/2 inches wide, so (15) 1 x 6's will cover 82-1/2 inches if they are butted tightly against each other. I plan to paint the plywood backing board black just in case there are any small gaps between the boards. Although the trim boards at 8 feet are long enough to run floor to ceiling in our bedroom, I want to make them shorter than the ceiling with an ogee curved top like a Turkish or Oriental doorway arch. The boards are nicely finished in teal stain on three sides, the back of the boards are white-washed with some of the teal stain spilling over in places. I prefer the look of all the teal sides next to each other but my wife likes the idea of alternating the finished and unfinished sides to give a more varied barnwood look. (see photos). There is some slight twisting and warping of the boards but nothing that can't be worked around with proper construction techniques. The ends of the trim boards are generally pretty good but can get banged up a little in shipping. If you're going to cut them down like I plan to, that shouldn't matter too much. I plan to seal and finish the boards with Varithane Crystal Clear Gloss Water-Based Interior Polyurethane. Hopefully, when it's finished, I can post some photos of how it turned out.
by TulieWill
The boards have a good color on them. The red was a bit more red than I expect, but it looks goo...
The boards have a good color on them. The red was a bit more red than I expect, but it looks good. Maybe I should have known by project boards that they are not fully coated on both sides. I did not. We got some other boards a few months back that were coated on both sides which made it nice to pick the side that had the most character and still blend in. You will have to be a bit more selective with these boards. I am currently working on a small project of making a headboard out of these boards. I think they will do fine for that. I may have to purchase some products to match and touch up a few places to keep the color everywhere. For accent walls and to add a pop of color, these will do the trick. The clear coat does give it a nice shine. I really like seeing the detail of the wood. Definitely some character with each board.
by DaddyK
The wood was very light yet strong. It came in packages of three boards and was well packaged to ...
The wood was very light yet strong. It came in packages of three boards and was well packaged to protect the surface in shipping. Unfortunately it had a few gouges in the surface; however, that was a shipping issue and not a quality issue. I used the wood to build a table for the kids. It is light but sturdy. Pocket screws worked great at holding it together and I match routed the long end so they fit perfectly. The only reason for the four stars was three issues. One, The wood is rough. There are boards I could not use because the knot is hanging out or the grain had tear-out. Had I of hung this on the wall I would have had to be very selective to what boards I put low. Two, the end grain. If you are not putting this in a wall with two 90 degree walls attached you will see the end grain. It is not cut smooth and it is not stained well so this will be something you have to think about. I ended up cutting it and using red oak stain. It did not match but it’s hard to tell because it is end grain. I wanted to hang it on my main wall in the living room. My wall only has one corner because the other end is the hall. I will probably create a cap to go from ceiling to floor out of the boards to cover the end grain. Three, the stain, at first glance it is amazing. The color is bright yet subtle and the dark grain contrasts well with just about anything in my house. When you look closer there are spots that are pink. These spots were typically in the rougher surfaced areas I mentioned above and look Florissant pink. I defeated this by rubbing some ebony stain on the surface and it toned down the pink to a very nice finish. I added a picture of this. On the wall, the pink tends to disappear in the grain and unless you are looking for it, it is hard to see. The issue is, I always look for it now because I know it is there. This is something that you will be able to hang with no work needed if you don’t have to see the end grain such as in the stock picture and are selective with how you lay it. They are gorgeous with a little touchup. For the price and size, this will be a go-to stock for me. I will be building a barn door with it next, the color is perfect for that type of build.
by HomeDepotCustomer
The uneven quality of the 3 board packs is quite disappointing as some are much better than other...
The uneven quality of the 3 board packs is quite disappointing as some are much better than others. Presume these are loose boards subject to inspection. At least half would be rejected. Since my project called for each piece to be 31 inches, I was able to cut off ragged edges with my mitre saw and still produce three useful pieces from each board. Unfortunately, one or two knots midway in boards created excess waste. A knot may be attractive but not one that is about to fall through.
by HickoryC
I can see where someone who is gifted with creative abilities could get very excited over this pr...
I can see where someone who is gifted with creative abilities could get very excited over this product; however, I am not that creative person. I was planning on using it outdoors, only it is preferred for indoor use. Perhaps it has not been through the kiln. It can be used outdoors if weather-treated. The material appears to be pine - I am not sure. The concept is a great idea and presents attractively. I think it would make a pretty wall. The description shows '3-pack' which I thought means 3 boards, only I received 2 boxes of 6 boards and 1 opened box of 3 boards.
by juzme
I got these to cover a 8 ft wide wall that these would fit perfect on. But after opening all the ...
I got these to cover a 8 ft wide wall that these would fit perfect on. But after opening all the wrapping I find about  70% of boards have chips on the ends a deep scratch in 1. Two board edges had 10 staples in them and the boards were stuck together? Scratched both boards trying to get the staples out. If you want to use some board using the back side and stain them you will have to sand the stain off first. Ends not looking like the picture. Disappointed, now I have to figure out something else to do with these.
by Artist
The Charred Ash Grey Pine Boards by UFP-Edge will transform any room and add that instant WOW fac...
The Charred Ash Grey Pine Boards by UFP-Edge will transform any room and add that instant WOW factor. You can use this on an accent wall, on a ceiling , or even as accent trim. The burnt surface of the pine draws out and highlights the wood grain which is highlighted by a light clear coat. The boards have a smooth face and matte finish. The wood cuts easily and goes up even easier. The manufacturer provides plenty of information and guidance for installation should you have any questions or concerns.
by GMJAWX
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