Powder Bathroom Plank Walls & A Sneak Peak

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  1. It’s going to look so pretty!!!

  2. I love the plank walls. Can’t wait to see the finished room.

  3. Diane says:

    I am just redoing my bathroom downstairs. I inherited the plank board walls.(along with the popcorn ceilings). As I have been watching your post…looking at your laundry room. I decided to remove the popcorn(big mess) and paint the plank boards. Then I had the problem …what color do I use for the accessories???Thank goodness you decided to post pictures of your bathroom. Now I know. Use nickel . It looks so fresh. Honestly …it’s like you read my mind.. Thanks again!!!

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Diane! I am so happy I’ve inspired you in your own home! It sounds like you have a fabulous base to work off of (-minus the popcorn ceilings, which are a total mess to remove!). Nickel looks fabulous with the planks and so does black or bronze. White is such a neutral ground, so anything goes!
      You will love it! 🙂

  4. love love love it. and adore the sink and how you accessorized it. 🙂

  5. Ooh, ooh, ohh!!!! Looking fistulous. I love a good plank wall. I don’t own any… but I sure adore the look!

  6. M says:

    Y’all are a talented couple…looking good guys, looking good!!! Love the sink counter top! Is that marble? How exciting…blessings & <3

  7. Brandi Johnson says:

    Where did you purchase your wood and what kind is it?

  8. Absolutely fabulous! I love planked walls!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  9. nowathomemom says:

    I’m loving it already and I haven’t even seen everything yet but you guys made a great work on the walls, I love it! 🙂 I like the faucet too! I’m sure this space will look beautiful after you guys are done Shayna!
    hope your hubby had a great birthday too! 🙂

  10. The planking is stunning Shayna! I can’t wait to see more!!

  11. Another great project that is going to look amazing.

  12. […] when I showed you a sneak peak of our powder bathroom? We’re still making great progress, but today I’m sharing how I transformed our […]

  13. […] I also loved the color, but for the powder bathroom I was really craving something rich to pop against our white plank walls. […]

  14. […] powder bathroom is definitely coming along. And since we installed all those lovely white planks on the walls, I’ve been really excited about bringing in wood tones for […]

  15. Amy says:

    Wish I had put my wood horizontally instead of vertically, it looks great!! Beautiful

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Amy! I bet your planks vertically are awesome! I wanted the room to feel bigger, so we installed them horizontally! 😀

      • Amy says:

        They look ok, but i’d love them tons more horizontally, but for some reason I never even thought of it ~ Now i’m glad i’m following your decorating your beautiful home, because i’ll get tons of inspiration 😀

  16. Kathy says:

    Hi Shayna! I love your blog. Thanks for the great ideas. I have a question: do you have a favorite white paint that you use? I’m always worried about the white looking too stark, but yours looks great! Thanks! Kathy

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so very much, Kathy! I love Super White from Benjamin Moore. It’s a nice bright and crisp white, but not too stark. 😀
      I hope that helps!

  17. Becky says:

    Hi there. I found your blog via a Google search on DIY wood planked walls in bathrooms. Gorgeous powder room. I was wondering how this was holding up now a year later behind the sink? Problems with mold or water soaking into wood? Seriously considering for one of our bathrooms and wondered your thoughts. Thanks for your time.

  18. Pat Cahill says:


    Love what you did with the powder room in your old house and the entryway in your new home. Question…Would you do the plank walls in a bathroom that has a shower? I would love to do this in an upstairs bathroom in my home. Unfortunately, we had a contractor remodel the upstairs (over 25 yrs ago) and he put skim coating on the walls, which looks like crap. So I would need to rip all the walls down and start all over again (not happening). I thought this would be a perfect solution but am concerned if I would be creating a mold problem…

    • Shayna says:

      Thank you so much, Pat! I absolutely love the plank walls and wouldn’t worry about putting them in a bathroom. As long as the bathroom is well ventilated, and the shower doesn’t get the boards wet, I don’t think you will have any problems. The plank walls are great for hiding imperfections. 🙂

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