246,168 natural beams Home Design Photos

Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
Ranch House
Ideabooks3,622
Questions4
Details about finish on I-beams please, love the natural look and how you achieved that.
Actually I meant to specify the steel I-beams. Thanks so much!
Example of a hand hewn beam
The beams. The table. The pooch.
I love the combination of rough wood and metal beams
This great room is warm and modern, made earthy with exposed wooden beams, a neutral palette and all that natural light.
“Peaks” — soniasaber
Balance Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Garden House
Ideabooks1,746
Questions4
hollow beams to house electrical wires
Exposed beams, in case the house has them.
one random natural beam in the interior?
Ceiling beams exposed and even use a tree as a load bear if needed.
light/natural beams and darker ceiling
Cement Floor & Wooden Beam
Natural wood beam...exposed beams
“beams, cupboards, concrete floors” — threetwins
ON Design Architects
Webster Kitchen
Ideabooks3,051
Questions2
Love the light colored beam treatment to keep things open and airy
Exposed beams, they work naturally with the ceiling and
post beam pocket idea on top of cabinet
I love this unfinished but clean wood, I love natural.
Fastened to beam nice
love the exposed beams
like the post & beams!
Color of stain on beams?
ceiling beams...natural beams...Color beams...Lighting on beams...White washed beams...Notched beam...Beams color...Wood beams...Faux beams...The beams...exposed beams...wood beams
“Beam” — flyravenfly
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Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
Ideabooks7,144
Questions4
Interesting layout. Also, natural beams with whitewashed planks...
Beam made into shelf
transition into kitchen & beams
Wood beams for kitchen
use of beam to display
Natural beams...Wood beams...Beam soffit idea...wood beams
“simple design for beams?” — rainydawn
Oliver Designs
17 Reviews
Greenwood
Ideabooks1,421
Questions6
Ceiling height & slope with beams - nice
does the furniture has to match the pine beamed ceiling?
my furniture with it is it possible would light creamy colors look good? should i change the color of the beam ?
ceiling beams and their warm tone; how pot lights are added along with ceiling fan
i like the natural wood beams and the simplicity
“not an excessively high ceiling but still looks good” — housequester
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
Ideabooks4,401
Questions7
What are the beam dimensions? Nice job integrating them.
I love the beams, where are they sourced from?
like...saving for ceiling with natural beams
Lots of natural light.
Kitchen wooden beams
wood beams/floors with white kitchen
beam bois et autre blanc
Love the beams...Windows beams...Windows & beams...wood beams...natural beams...natural light...wood beams
“River” — km5645
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
Ideabooks16,759
Questions24
The contractors plasterer skim coated the ceilings and walls carefully up to the beams.
Reclaimed beams with stone and pottery
do something like this with the family room ceiling? Paint most of it white but leave/add natural beams?
Contrast of colors, beams, but still beachie
Stone around fireplace... Natural wood and white
Like these colors of mantel and beams
Count Rumford was born in a town outside Boston but worked on his studies of the nature of heat in England (with a side trip to Bavaria). He first thought that light-colored bricks would radiate more heat into the room, the way white surfaces reflect light. People even painted the brick in their fireplace
“white walls, fireplace refacing” — jgilpin
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Ski House
Ideabooks17,447
Questions3
the designer stick bunk beds in this little niche for more sleeping space, but he also chose a wood sliding door (which melds great with the natural wood beams) to hide it. A typical door would have had to open into the tight hallway, obstructing the space (and resulting in many a stubbed toe in the
“Hidden bunks” — dabrego
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