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Freeland Chamber

Whidbey Millhouse

1694 Main St. Warehouse #3

Freeland WA 98249

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Knotty Pine, Rustic, Paint Grade and Clear VG Doug Fir Shiplap Wall Boards 

Add accent walls with one of 4 types of T&G nickel gap shiplap.

Select links below to view options and pricing

Douglas Fir Flooring

     1x4 VG Natural

     1x4 VG Fine Grain

     1x8 Rustic Plank

     1x6 VG 

     1x9 Wide Plank


Pine Flooring

     1x6 Knotty Pine

     1x8 Knotty Pine

Shiplap Boards

     1x6 Knotty Pine

     1x8 Knotty Pine

     1x8 Paint Grade

     1x8 Rustic Fir

     1x4 VG Douglas Fir

     1x6 VG Douglas Fir

Ceiling Boards

     1x6 Knotty Pine

     1x8 Knotty Pine

     1x8 Paint Grade

     1x4 VG Douglas Fir

     1x6 VG Douglas Fir

Siding Boards

     Douglas Fir

     Western Red Cedar

Trim Boards

     1x4 Paint Grade

     1x6 Paint Grade

     1x4 VG Douglas Fir

     1x6 VG Douglas Fir

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What are the differences? 

Knotty Pine Shiplap the best choice for a bright tone if left natural, or if you plan to paint any color (except white).  


Rustic Fir Shiplap is tight knot Douglas Fir. This is the most diverse shiplap. It can be painted, stained or left natural for a  rich color tone.  Visit the page to also see how Fir can be aged with a mixture of vinegar and steel wool.  Knots and wood grain will show through paint and provide the most authentic look possible.  

Paint Grade Shiplap Product is transitioning from Gesso coated to primed wood.  description pending...   

Clear VG Douglas Fir Shiplap is the most elegant shiplap we offer.  It is often finished with just a clear coat.  Customers have used this over fireplaces, for ceiling or soffit boards, in office buildings and dramatic home entries.    


What is shiplap?


The definition of “shiplap” has changed over the years, and there are many folks that need to proclaim their intelligence of historical correctness. In fact, original shiplap was rabbeted on top and bottom, and was used as a covering for sheds, barns, cabins and homes.  On interior walls, shiplap was used as sheathing but was never meant to be exposed. After installation it would be covered with fabric to hide the joints, and covered with plaster or wallpaper.  


Today, the use of shiplap shows up as a visually appealing accent wall covering.  The appearance can be of a remodeled farmhouse, a new home with fine details, or restored classic.  With a clean painted look, a wood covered wall makes any room feel warmer. Sometimes called “nickel-gap” the original rabbeted lap joint is often replaced with a tongue and groove joint that adds strength and stability, while providing a draft free wall covering.  T&G has the added value of one board firmly securing itself to the next, which resists edges from lifting off the wall as natural wood acclimates to interior conditions.