Charred Wood Shiplap

  • Shou sugi ban inspired charred surface
  • Great for interior walls and ceilings
  • Easy to transport multi-pack kits
Color/Finish: Smoke
  • Smoke
  • Natural
  • Canyon Brown
  • Ash Gray

Whether you’re remodeling, renovating or building new, Charred Wood shiplap and trim boards will make an understated addition to your interior living space.

Charred Wood uses a technique inspired by Japanese shou sugi ban, to carefully burn the surface of the board to highlight its natural beauty and enhance its dignified character. The contrast of its charred distinct wood grain distinguishes it from any other wood. Use to create charming interior walls, ceilings, and more. 


Nominal Dimensions


Actual Dimensions


Exposed Face


Sq. Ft. Per Piece


Sq. Ft. Per Pack


Boards Per Pack

1 in. x 6 in. x 6 ft. Shiplap

5/8 x 5-3/8 x 6





1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. Shiplap

5/8 x 5-3/8 x 8





1 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. Trim

3/4 x 3-1/2 x 8





*Job pack quantities by special order

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  • What is the actual width that will be visible?
    The width of the 1x6 shiplap board is 5.375 in. with a thickness of .625 in. and an exposed face of 4.625 in. The width of the trim board is 3.5 in. with a thickness of .75 in.
  • Do these have rabbet joints (or any joints) cut into them?
    When installed horizontally Charred Wood shiplap features a rabbet joint on both top and bottom edges of the board allowing piece to snugly fit together. The board ends do not have a pattern and butt directly together without overlap.
  • What is the paint color match?
    Charred Wood products go through a proprietary color formulation process, therefore an exact paint match is difficult. Consult with a paint professional at your local retailer to specify a custom color that suites your needs.
  • Is the texture the same on both sides of the shiplap?
    Charred Wood shiplap boards are charred on the face and the sides. The boards are not charred on the reverse side/face.
  • Can I use Charred Wood shiplap on my bathroom walls?
    Yes, these boards can be used on walls within a bathroom. We recommend you seal the boards with a wood protector sealant to protect them from moisture.
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