388,406 wood beam Home Design Photos

Greenbelt Construction
3 Reviews
Cat Mountain, Greenbelt Homes, Austin TX
Ideabooks2,163
Questions7
About wood beam. Are they real or polyurethan ? Where to buy?
On what should be base de width of the beam ? regarding
about this Cat Mountain project, please contact the interior designer Glynis Wood at glynisgwood@yahoo.com. For more great information & photos of this and
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“Wood beam casing” — spres
AMI Designs
7 Reviews
Kitchen - Rustic
Ideabooks9,545
Questions21
it matches the beam color. do you know what was used? Thank you!
Is the beam just wrapped with reclaimed wood? It's not a solid beam,
How did you get that look of those beams? What are they made of and wh
Is the beam solid? how did you get the grayish, weathered look?
What type of wood/stain is the floor? Thanks so much!
We did not manufacture the beams shown here but do manufacture hollow box beams made of 100 year
We did not manufacture the beams shown in the image here but we do manufacture hollow box beams made of 100 year old reclaimed longleaf pine
We did not manufacture the beams pictured, but we do offer similar products. Our beams transform design challenges into appealing ar
Distinctive in how they address functionality and aesthetic, The Olde Mill Box Beams enhance interiors by utilizing architectural elements to balances aesthetic
“Beams” — Kathleen Thomson Richer
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
Lum
Ideabooks3,101
Questions4
Love the beams...how do I get this look via stain on my interior
Like wood closet doors against wood floors
beams grays; woods color paint on the walls
stunning design, all the way around. More: Great Box-Beam Ceilings Get the Look of Rustic Wood Beams See more photos of ceilings in home design
High ho, Silver! These gray wood beams are carried throughout the entire space, bringing in a rustic element
Gray wood beams march in step with closet doors — an organic touch in a very modern space
element to this otherwise modern home. Cleverly, the space between the beams line up with the closet doors, adding another interesting design element. Simple
Again I like the wood colors...Wooden beams in entrance hall - ceiling
“Beans” — jpacc2
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New Construction
Ideabooks2,972
Questions3
Is that a real wood beam or faux at hood?
are these real beams and how are they attached on the kitchen hood
use of the wooden beam and the tile back splash. Hmmmm
what kind of wood is used on the hood...range hood - no curves, wood trim...wood around hood...wood beam tone/color...Rustic, tile, beams, love....Massive Wood Beam...wood around stove...Wood beam over cook top...Wood beam. Cabinet color...Inlay wood beam...wood beam hood...hood beam...The beam over...wood beam...stucco and reclaimed wood beam
“Like the wood around the cook top” — pattypks
Kleppinger Design Group, Inc.
2 Reviews
Crystal White Painted Inset
Ideabooks4,292
Questions6
Is there a rule of thumb for spacing ceiling beams? These look way
We did not manufacture the beams pictured, but we do offer similar products. Our beams transform design challenges
the early 1800's so I'm not sure what the code was back then, but the faux beams I've seen in newer homes now seem to be spaced according to the overall size
Distinctive in how they address functionality and aesthetic, The Olde Mill Box Beams enhance interiors by utilizing architectural elements to balances aesthetic
These were original beams. The house was built in the 1800's.
chimney brick, this wood beam is a little too old for me though
that I'm aware of for false beams....paint out ceiling in between beams
“Exposed LVL” — houlbrook
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Modern Summer House
Ideabooks2,089
Questions4
Our beams could be covered in a lighter species of wood. brighten and lighten the whole room....
feel as comfortable as a favorite bathrobe,” says the architect. Warm wood beams, shelves, a cozy sofa and slipcovered armchairs make this a good spot
feel as comfortable as a favourite bathrobe,” says the architect. Warm wood beams, shelves, a cosy sofa and slipcovered armchairs make this a good spot
feel as comfortable as a favourite bathrobe,’ says the architect. Warm wood beams, shelves, a cosy sofa and slipcovered armchairs make this a good spot
“Love the wall storage” — TeeJay Hildenbrand
George Clemens Architecture, INC
14 Reviews
French country castle
Ideabooks1,292
Questions3
Beams contrasting with off white walls and cabinet colors
Love this kitchen! The wood beams give it a neat look.
Love the beams! where are they from?...Like the beams and granite color...Wood beams...Rustic wood beams....Exposed beams...Ceiling beams...Wood rustic...Island wood design and color...Love the wood beams...cabinet colors, exposed beams...Wood beam ceiling idea...Kitchen beams
“French castle” — yarakkid
GoodHome Painting Co.
25 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks5,235
Questions9
Exposed wood beams without looking like a farmhouse
RAW APPEAL 5. Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend
JV: White palette, rich wood beams, combined
5. Expose wooden beams. A simple way to incorporate the wood trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present in your home. Instead
Expose wooden beamsA simple way to incorporate this trend is to expose structural wooden beams already present within your home. Instead
White is an obvious choice with wood trim. Stay away from bright white and look for something with milky undertones. Here is Farrow & Ball's Slipper
“Stone and beam” — acrdmr
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