Kitchens with Faux Wood Beams

A variety of photographs from customers, designers and our TV Show appearances which highlight the use of faux wood beams in home kitchen designs.
Chamfered Beam Kitchen
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The darker, almost "chocolate" hues created by the faux chamfered beams and the kitchen island are the perfect splash of color in this elegant white and marbled kitchen design.
“Beautiful kitchen” — Andrew Clyde
Faux Hand Hewn Beam Kitchen
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Faux hand hewn beams add a touch of ruggedness to this dignified design. Imitation beam straps were added to portions of the faux wood to give the appearance of older wood construction cross beams.
“Bar stools” — mlschiffler
Chamfered Beam Kitchen 2
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Here we get a second angle of the chamfered beam kitchen which shows off this home's wonderful views into the yard.
“Best overall design. See the framing between the kitchen and the morning room.” — John Jackson
Artificial Woodland Beam Kitchen
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The faux Woodland beams along the ceiling are oriented perpendicular to the facing of the central island which helps to create a sense of dynamic movement without distracting and creates flow towards the dining nook and windows.
“colors” — moxiescott
Hand Hewn Beam Kitchen Design
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Another take on adding artificial hand hewn wood beams to kitchen ceiling designs. The placement of the beams create a subtle sense of flow in the room by helping to draw the eyes across the design. Faux beam straps were used to create a subdued focal point at the center of the room's ceiling.
“lights” — laurenscott777
Chamfered Beam Kitchen with Corbels
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The third angle of this beautiful kitchen helps to show off how decorative corbels were used on the underside of the serving counter and add a further touch of sophistication.
“opening” — pjbcfree7
Artificial Woodland Beam Kitchen 2
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From this angle we get a better look at how the artificial wood beams were used to frame the beautiful range hood and stove.
“Plates display and beams” — 5212musket
Timber Kitchen Beams
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The realistic appearance of these faux timber beams were an easy and affordable way to enhance the otherwise bare ceiling design. Beam straps were used at the central cross section of the kitchen beams to draw the eyes and also aid in hiding any seams.
“beams kitchen” — taylanmom
Single Woodland Beam Kitchen
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Sometimes less is more. In this kitchen only a single beam was used to span the width of the room adding a visual cue denoting were the eating and preparation areas meet. A central support beam was also wrapped in faux wood to give it a unified look.
“bar” — tankkers
Single Woodland Beam Kitchen 2
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From this angle we get a better look at the kitchen and island. The faux beam rising from the island to meet the cross beam adds an interesting element to the design. Thanks to the hollow design of faux wood beams, wiring could be run through the interior and lighting elements hung directly off of the faux beam.
“beam” — destoned
Woodland Tray Ceiling Kitchen
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To highlight the angled tray ceiling in this kitchen, synthetic wood beams were added running parallel to each other to mimic the look of exposed structural ceiling beams. The high-density polyurethane foam all of our faux beams are made of is simple to cut with any wood cutting tool so getting the right angle to fit snug was easy.
“Beams” — meagtobia
Faux Sandblasted Beam Kitchen Ceiling
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The finish of these faux sandblasted beams match the color of the existing wood fixtures helping to tie together the entire kitchen design.
“open concept” — gaitherb
Great Room Kitchen with faux timber beams
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The open, airy room design makes the entire space feel bigger and more relaxed. Faux timber beams were used on the ceiling of this "great room"-esque design to frame the lightning while the faux beam's color mimics that of the wood flooring and kitchen fixtures.
Open Room Design & Kitchen with Faux Timber Beams
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While an open room design can be uplifting and comfortable, some times its hard to tie all the various areas together into what feels like a cohesive design. Through the use of faux wood beams on the ceiling, a shared design element is created that helps pull everything together.
“Layout” — mlschiffler
Timber Ceiling Kitchen and Dining area
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A few faux beams adds a cozy, rustic appeal to this kitchen and dining area. The complementary wood tones used throughout the rooms lends a quaint, traditional touch.
“color of wood” — moxiescott
“Similarities” — amylizm
Single beam with recessed lights
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One of the great things about synthetic wood beams is that they're a perfect place to run wiring and install lighting for a unique look. To bring a bit more light into their kitchen/dining room space, these customers added lights directly into the beam to illuminated the counter.
Industrial Farmhouse Kitchen (as seen on DIY Network)
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This room design was featured on DIY Network's I Hate My Kitchen. The designers incorporated the single faux timber beam to add a more interesting visual cue of the border between dining area and the kitchen. http://www.diynetwork.com/i-hate-my-kitchen/industrial-farmhouse-kitchen/index.html
“Jar chandelier” — mkessimian
Fake pecky Cypress on EMHE
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A few of our beam styles were highlight on the Williams Family episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The Pecky Cypress beams are special because of their realistic and unique appearance. http://www.fauxwoodbeams.com/williams-family-pictures.php
“beams” — avasikes
Historic-inspired Kitchen Design
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Designed with an older, traditional look in mind, this kitchen oozes rustic appeal. The addition of artificial handhewn beams to the ceiling helps to give it more of that old wood construction look.
Kitchens with Faux Wood Beams
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Faux wood beams create a simple arched truss to accent the vaulted ceiling of this eat-in kitchen. The faux wood's realistic grain goes perfectly with the wood trim and cabinets in the kitchen creating a rustic, home-y environment.
“everything” — lauralie973
Aspen Custom Beam Kitchen
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This customer's kitchen made use of Custom Aspen faux beams in a finish matching the rest of the wood fixtures to create a coffered ceiling design that framed the recessed lighting.
Kitchens with Faux Wood Beams
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Timber faux wood beams and fake wood corbels accent this kitchen ceiling, adding a rustic touch to the sleek kitchen design.
“Wall color” — tallawalla
Kitchen Area with Ceiling Beams
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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.
“Lighting!!” — smcastillo74
Open room design with Faux Wood Beam Ceiling
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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.
“Beams” — kdspiegel
Charming Kitchen Design
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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.
“wood tones and warmth” — neisimps
Kitchens with Faux Wood Beams
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A faux wood beam covers the header and visually separates the cooking and eating area. This room design was done in collaboration with the TV show "I Hate My Kitchen."
“ceiling” — teallen51
Kitchens with Faux Wood Beams
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Our Woodland faux wood beams add a rustic touch to a contemporary kitchen.
Kitchens with Faux Wood Beams
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Faux wood beams line an arched ceiling, accenting the medieval look of this kitchen.
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