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Shiplap & Nickel Gap Wood

From fancy farmhouse to cottage cute, if you crave the rustic look with a modern twist, consider ship lap or nickel gap with either a smooth or rough-sawn finish.

Shiplap vs. Nickel Gap

What’s the difference? Both types of wood have a rustic modern look with small gaps between the boards, but one has a more finished look (nickel gap) and the other is a bit more rustic (ship lap).

Nickel Gap Features

  • White pine
  • Sizes: 1×6, 1×8, and 1×12
  • Square end-matched
  • Smooth finish
  • Tongue and groove
  • 2′-12′ lengths
  • Popular Colors: Natural, Dark Natural, Provincial, Gunstock, Dark Walnut, Country White, Weathered Gray

Shiplap Features

  • White pine
  • Sizes: 6″ and 8″
  • 8′ lengths
  • End-matched
  • Rough sawn finish
  • Popular Colors: White wash, stone grey, and warm walnut

Contact us today to discuss your lumber, color, and texture preferences!