1,016 exposed heavy post and beam construction Home Design Photos

Frazier Associates
Urban Lofts
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exposed heavy post and beam construction
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
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ted use of basic construction materials, such as exposed concrete and exposed steel, are reflective of my style, as is basic black in clothing style. The use of these materials in a creative and contemporary design, as well as incorporating items like 200-year-old hand-hewn beams, adds a curiosity to
Recycled beams from a 2oo-year-old Pennsylania barn provide immediate depth and character, joists remain exposed and concrete unpolished ............................................................................... Q : In what ways does your home reflect your style? A : The honest yet sophisticated
where can i find wood for beams?
ID LOVE to know the stain color of these beams??? Thanks!!
using it for structure/support and design or just design? If it is just the latter, there is a company called faux beams that should have what you're looking for
“Different...love the openness, exposed beams, and quirky fireplace.” — bonn777982
Custom Design/Build, Inc.
5 Reviews
Sampler
Ideabooks1,939
Questions9
Wonderful look, we are doing something very similar, what did you use for lights in the beams? Thank you!
the dimensions of the beams and are they real or faux? Do you have any issue with the ceiling fan blo
I see the dimensions posted for the beams. Can you tell me what the span of this particular beam is? Very nice
wood is needed to build an exposed beam in my kitchen
about what height the beams meet the walls? Thank you.
Since those beams are double 2x10's wrapped with 3/4" thick A & Better Cedar boards to mimic a solid beam, we were able to create that special effect by dropping rope lights into the tops.
Thanks Debbie! Since those beams are double 2x10's wrapped
bottom of the beams meet the walls at approx. 10 feet above the floor and the peak is 16-8" above the finished floor. Hope that helps!
“Beems” — lauriep01
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Webster Kitchen
Ideabooks3,054
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Tthe wall beam is 'notched' to hold the middle and upper beams.
Ceiling and beams matching in color I think I likeit better than 2 different stains
Converging Ceiling Lines - Beams to heavy but right idea
love the exposed beams
like the post & beams!
rough finished posts and beams
Vertical beam dividers
Beams and high ceilings
open beam for kitchen
Pickling job on beams
Color of stain on beams?
Wood beams...Faux beams...The beams...exposed beams...rustic beams...Post Arrangement...Gorgeous beams...white washed beams...Post and beam...Whitewash beams...exposed beams...wood beams
“Color of beams and light fixture” — Maria Pistone
AMI Designs
5 Reviews
North Shore Kitchen
Ideabooks3,971
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Love the beam! What stain would I use to get the same result on my unfinished interior pine kitchen beam? Thx!
love the room. What is the height of the beam?
love the contrast between the island and the counters, love the exposed beam header
Beam at ceiling change between rooms
wood beam around dining room entrance
Although it looks like an original part of the kitchen, the rustic reclaimed wood beam actually covers an existing beam, and posts were made to support it. This piece was carefully designed to look authentic, add a great textural element and define the cooking area of the kitchen. Posillico created a
“Between the kitchen and living” — karliejean
Bartelt. The Remodeling Resource
10 Reviews
1800s Farmhouse Remodel
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Repurposed beams, matching the home's original timber frame, and a tongue and groove ceiling add texture and a rustic aesthetic to the remodeled greeting room. These details draw visitors' attention upward, and the vaulted ceiling makes the room feel spacious. It also has a rebuilt gas fireplace and
Can you tell me the size of the beams and color as well. They are just what I am looking for.
question, carlockh! These beams are 7" x 7". In terms of the color, there was no staining or finishing done. They came right from a 150-year-old barn.
Thank you for your question, jaceyleigh93! These are antique, Douglas fir barn beams. Each beam is extremely heavy, so a group of professionals
Thank you for your question, nilslunde. The beams are from a barn in western Wisconsin (team members knew the owner).
“Fireplace” — melissawatts1
Venegas and Company
12 Reviews
A Ski House - Stowe, VT
Ideabooks2,450
Questions4
I kind of like the natural beam
heavy trim above window
support post in island
Beam and white refrigerator?
Kitchen beam separation
Support beam on island
Support beam instead of wall
beam incorporated into island
Beams and table like island
veneer post...Support beam?...nice single beam...Great Beam...wooden beams...Exposed beams...island post...support beam...Post & Beam...Wooden post bar...supporting beam...posts in kitchen...exposed beams...post and beam
“Ceiling” — shelbylcadwell
Jane Kim Design
Jane Kim Design
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can you tell ,e what product u used on the beams
i rehabbed a 150 year old bldg in buffalo ny and am having trouble finishing the old wood beams. i love the color and character of this finish and dont want to paint over.
look how those beams are joined...
Exposed beams and brick, big windows, wood floors
tone in the beam, dislike the post for our project.
NY Loft idea - brick wall and exposed beams
new construction or renovations, trying to appeal to the desire for open space. A true loft is open because it was gutted from its old use to its essential elements: columns, beams, floors, windows, and party walls. This loft in Tribeca in Lower Manhattan keeps the steel columns and the wood beams and
and joists exposed. New construction is limited to white drywall and a steel-and-glass canopy over the kitchen. Raw, indeed. (Note the duct that is tucked between the joists in the left-center of the photo.)
“Rafters /beams” — eduardozamora
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