Faux Timber Beams
Faux Timber Beam product shots used throughout various home and business settings. Including some photographs of our appearances on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Man Caves. http://www.fauxwoodbeams.com/beams_timber.php
Adding a truss design to your ceiling with artificial wood beams allows you to create an incredible new look that beautifully uses otherwise empty space without adding undue stress & weight to the ceiling.
The parallel faux beams lining the ceiling of this Man Cave help to visually widen this otherwise thin room.
This eclectic family room installed our lightweight polyurethane foam beams to help make the otherwise drab ceiling more visually appealing.
Darker faux timber ceiling beams were added to this dining room ceiling to complement the deep, rich tones already throughout the room.
Our artificial wood beams are hollow so you can run wiring for lighting through them with ease. The realistic finish also helps them complement existing wood tones like the desks in this home office.
The dark tones of these faux beams helps to better tie the ceiling into the color scheme of the room.
Synthetic beams offer a beautifully realistic touch that makes for an eye-catching addition to any ceiling idea.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition used our unfinished timber beams and then painted them on site for use in the Jusst Sooup Ministry ranch in Delaware.
Faux ceiling beams complement the look and feel of this dining room by drawing the eyes through the design.
The wood grains and colors used throughout this home office lend a relaxing, classic feel to help put you at ease.
The look of wood adds a timeless feeling and warmth to any design. Faux beams can easily be added to ceiling designs without the need for additional structural supports for weight.
Custom sizes of faux timber beams are available allowing you to easily create a variety of ceiling designs.
Faux beams of varying dimensions were added by the Extreme Makeover build team to create visual cues throughout the Dunning Family's home.
Bringing comfort and timeless appeal to your home office through the inclusion of faux wood can make the space less stress-inducing and more conducive to proper workflow.
Faux beams were used to great effect throughout the entirety of the Jusst Sooup/Dunning Family home.
Kitchen designs can benefit from a touch of faux wood to help make the ceiling more dynamic and beautifying the entire space.
Faux wood beams are available in a variety of finishes that evoke the beauty and warmth of wood. There's certain to be a look that will complement existing wood tones in your kitchen. Or you can order them unfinished and stain them to match.
Faux beams create a coffered design that helps break up the monotony of the ceiling while the color of the wood complements the furniture for a more unified appearance.
Thanks to their lightweight and ease of installation, there are ceiling design ideas far easier to create using artificial wood instead of heavy real wood beams.
The use of faux wood beams in this hallway serves as a visual cue which draws your eyes along the length.
Faux wood beams can be used outdoors to enhance designs and are more resistant than real wood to warping, cracking, and pests.
The use of faux wood beams in this dining room and kitchen area served to tie together the existing fixtures such as the cabinetry and the range hood in the kitchen with the nearby table and seating.
Using a faux timber beam with Class A Fire rating as a fireplace mantel and shelf required no additional structural supports to be included since the hollow polyurethane foam beams are ultra-lightweight despite the realistic look.
This bright, warm and inviting living room included a coffered design using faux timber beams with fake beam straps to create a visual separation from the attached kitchen area.
Faux timber beams add a splash of color to the ceiling that creates a visual separation from the similar colored walls.
The use of artificial beams added a traditional touch that looks like the timber beam structure used in older construction.
Faux beams were used in this kitchen design to add visual detail and also serve as a place to mount lighting to brighten up the ceiling.
This basic tray ceiling design was altered into a beautiful coffered design through the addition of artificial ceiling beams.
The beautiful wood colors of the kitchen island/eating area were mimicked through the addition of faux ceiling beams and corbels overhead lining the recessed ceiling.
Faux beams and straps were used to add a more rustic, traditional appeal to the ceiling that complements the look of the kitchen cabinetry at the far end of the room.
Faux timber beams and planks serve as a visual cue that sets the home bar area apart from the rest of the room.
The remodel of this great room included a more Mediterranean touch in color, artwork, plants and more. Faux beams add the look of classic, conventional construction techniques without the hassles or weight of real wood.
This open Great Room design featured wood tones on the floors, stairs, kitchen island and cabinetry that was mimicked by the color and grain of the faux beams added to the ceiling.
The realistic look of the exposed faux wood beams complements the beautiful, relaxing tones of this family room.
Artificial beams can easily be added to any ceiling design with ease, adding the same look as real wood to the room but without the cost, weight or upkeep associated with the real thing.
Tie together open floor plans with faux wood ceiling beams that can span the length of a room without adding the undue stress and weight that a real, solid timber would.
Faux ceiling beams help to visually extend the space making this bedroom feel wider while also providing the means for hanging a ceiling lamp and hiding the wires.
Faux beams realistically portray exposed wood beams poking out in this recessed area of the ceiling which lends a sense of character and charm to this stairway.
A faux wood beam truss recreates realistic, traditional wood ceiling structures that complements the medieval design choices of the room, such as the chandelier and suit of armor.
Faux timber beams have the look and texture of real wood down to the sweeping grain lines and tooling found on the real thing. But even large faux beams like the ones on this ceiling weigh only a fraction of real, solid timber.
Faux wood beams running from the wall to the arch that separates the nearby kitchen added a visual cue that helps denote the dining area in the share space and design.
Faux beams run parallel throughout this side of the home giving the dining area and joined living room their own unique design touch within the overall unified look of the house's interior.
From inside the kitchen area you can see how the faux ceiling beams tie into the look and feel of the wood window frames and the kitchen cabinets.
This second dining area lends a more intimate feeling separated from the casual dining area in the other photos and in a more secluded room that can be closed off to the noise and worries of them home.
Artificial ceiling beams provide the warmth and beauty of real wood without the upkeep or weight of real wood while still adding that timeless quality that comes from the look of older wood construction techniques.
Dressing up this bare ceiling with faux beams was a quick, easy and affordable way to add charm and character to the space.
Adding that great finishing touch to this wood ceiling design was simple with faux wood beams. The rustic and realistic quality of these fake beams helps them to fit right in with the design as though they were a part of the original construction.
Here you can see how the imitation beams blend seamlessly with the look of real wood and the stone veneer fireplace to evoke a rustic sensibility.
While the ceiling design may have looked good without them, the addition of faux timber ceiling beams brought with them incredible visual appeal.
Practically any room can be enhanced with simulated wood ceiling beams and a faux wood shelf design.
Adding a unique touch above your doorway with a faux timber mantel shelf brings eye-catching visuals to the design.
Faux beams perfectly mimic the look of traditional wood construction designs allowing you to easily add gorgeous visual touches not common in modern construction techniques.
The woody, rustic overtones cast by the realistic looking faux beams on this home bar's ceiling design go perfectly with a scotch on the rocks or a beer with your friends.
A second angle of the faux beams used in this home bar design. Here you can more easily see how artificial beam strap accessories were used to help hide any seams were the beams met the wall while also bringing a touch of character.
This customer's open space took on a multipurpose design in order to accommodate a variety of roles including home office and home gym. The faux wood ceiling design plan offered a way to tie the whole look of the room together without wasting space or being visually taxing.
A closer look of the ceiling beams shows off just how well a faux beams recreates the grain, texture and tool marks found real hand hewn timbers.
Adding a handful of faux wood beams to span your ceiling can give the impression of exposed rafters that lends a charming touch to designs.
A faux ceiling beam, stained to match the wood wine rack, was included in this wine room design to give it an older, rustic quality.
Faux beams complement the color of this ceiling to provide a more rustic touch to the feel of the room.
The other side of this small wine room features another faux beam above an arched mural painted to look like a cellar full of wine barrels.
To break up the monotony of this ceiling, the homeowner decided to add a single faux ceiling beam with a corbel at the end which helped to give the entire room more definition.
This gorgeous living room area was given an extra touch of visual appeal with a few faux wood ceiling beams and beam straps to emulate older construction techniques.
Installing eye-catching design elements like faux wood beams on unused ceiling space is a great way to add more detail and beauty to a bedroom without sacrificing valuable floor and living space.
The design of this home office called to attention the sharp ceiling grade by installing faux beams which were then complemented with the similarly colored window treatments.
This charming kitchen design used wood grains and tones throughout to tie the space together and give it a rich, warm and inviting quality. Faux timber beams can easily be stained to match existing wood grains if no available finish matches to your liking.
Faux timber beams were used throughout this home including in the entranceway to bring a touch of traditional craftsmanship into the design.
Artificial ceiling beams work wonderfully with the various colors of the room to tie everything together and create a wonderfully relaxed dining experience.
The tray ceiling of this family room was updated to include a few faux timber beams in the design lending a sense of exposed wood support structure and adding a timeless quality.
The inclusion of faux beams in this tray ceiling design helped to add extra visual appeal by unifying the look of the existing wood fixtures with the finish of the faux wood.
From this angle you can see how the faux timber ceiling beams were spaced to help highlight the look of the recessed ceiling space, the lighting and the chandelier.
Often you see a single beam at the peak of a ceiling but the design of this living room ceiling featured a flat portion which the homeowner decided to highlight using two beams followed up with cross beams meant to look like exposed wooden support beams.
Faux beams and faux planks combine to create a rustic, old world touch to the ceiling above this home's kitchen providing a comfortable, timeless quality to the room.
The combination of faux beams, planks and wood cabinets with the gingham window dressing give this kitchen a rustic Americana feel.
A faux ceiling beam with fake beam straps was added to this room to create a visual cue for the separation between the seating in the family room and the adjoining kitchen area (not fully visible in this photo).
Artificial timber ceiling beams are a great way to add touches of traditional home building designs without adding unnecessary stress and weight to your ceiling or needing to add additional support structures to your home.
Though they look just like the real thing, faux beams and corbels are much lighter in weight and are highly resistant to warping, fading, cracking and pests.
A faux beam was used to update and enhance an exiting support beam in the middle of this kitchen to turn it from something unsightly into a beautiful design element.