Sandblasted Faux Beams
Faux Sandblasted Beams feature a more pronounced grain and a lightly distressed texture. Molded using real sandblasted wood, every beam perfectly recreates the look of the real thing. Take a look at a handful of our customer interior home design photos.
Faux beams are used in two different ways in this Extreme Makeover: Home Edition build. First, the entranceway is framed with faux wood in a natural finish to help delineate the foyer from the rest of the room. Second, the simple triangular beam shapes of the ceiling are made using painted faux...
Using faux beams to enhance the peak of the ceiling makes the room feel bigger despite the relatively small space of this Pool Table room.
Lining your ceiling with parallel faux beams works to lengthen the appearance of the room as well as draw the eyes across the space.
Stained by the homeowner to achieve a darker, almost black tone, these faux wood beams were used to create a design reminiscent of a Tudor Ceiling.
Two faux beams flank either side of this dining room to give a subtle visual clue as to where the kitchen ends and the sitting area begins.
This shot helps to demonstrate how the addition of faux wood ceiling beams can completely revitalize a livings space.
The addition of faux sandblasted beams in this room helped to hide the uneven roof line and paint job while enhancing the look of this sloped roof.
The shallow angle of this roof posed a but of a design challenge but the ease of installation and light weight of faux sandblasted beams made them perfect for the job.
Custom lengths of faux beams are available which will make getting the exact product for your need easier. Faux beams also cut easier than the real thing so making minor adjustments in order to fit your room will be far simpler than when using a solid real wood beam.
Creating a truss design with artificial wood is quicker, easier and more affordable than the real thing.
The realistic texture and warm hues of artificial wood beams make a perfect finishing touch for your kitchens and dining room areas. They can also be ordered unfinished and then stained to match existing wood fixtures and accents in your design.
Installing faux beams in your kitchen can add dynamic visual detail to your designs and complement the existing decor of a room.
Spruce up a design with a single faux beam at the peek of your roof to give the room a unique appeal.
The look of wood framing and enhancing your ceiling is a beautiful and traditional touch to any room but real wood can often be heavy and cost prohibitive. Faux wood beams, on the other hand, make the job far simpler, quicker and more affordable.
Use faux wood beams to add movement to your ceiling design plans and highlight other focal points of the room such as fireplaces.
By adding a few parallel beams to the ceiling, the room was given a new sense of depth while also making the the previously stark and boring design more dynamic.
Faux wood beams are also a great choice for commercial designs to add that touch of realism without going over budget.
Faux sandblasted beams can help to give an open space more visual appeal and serve as a means for adding lighting elements.
Synthetic wood trusses are a great way to add a sophisticated touch to room designs by breaking up the empty ceiling space to create a sense of flow in the room.
Due to their hollow construction, faux beams are a great way to hide wiring and installing recessed lights directly into the beams are a snap.