649,868 wood beam Home Design Photos

Kitchens.com
Transitional Twist Kitchen
Ideabooks4,267
Questions11
wood beams
Wooden Beams on Ceiling
dark stained wood...Lighter wood...the ceiling beams...Nice wood cabs...wood? neutral?...wood color...floor wood color
“I like” — zzholb
Seattle Design Build Firm
Best of Houzz Winner in 2012, 2013 & 2014!
Gaspar's is a 35 year old family business that specializes in home remodeling. We offer design, construction and handyman services.
Sponsored
Kenneth/Davis, Inc.
3 Reviews
Shingle style home
Ideabooks450
Questions0
The floors are wood beams cut short side and laid to show the grain. We also created a cabinetry nook made of stone to house a display area and server. We used the existing skylights, but to bring it all together we installed reclaimed wood clapboards on the ceiling and reclaimed wood timbers to create
love the stone, skylights, and open beams
“Possible floor” — gailnem
mark cutler
7 Reviews
misc
Ideabooks1,717
Questions3
Color of wood on the ceiling. Maybe for the bar?
Beam Idea for summer kitchen ceiling
the slanting roof and specific wood finish colour is giving a old style house design. could use it in the living room
i love the full wood ceiling
Like ceiling but lighter wood
beam wood ceiling 1...Mix of wood....Central Beam...wood celing...wood design...wood beams...wood ceiling...wood chair...dark wood...wood table
“ceiling” — kaycek
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Mid Century Modern in Lincoln
Ideabooks875
Questions0
the time the house was built, modernism had evolved from the Gropius era, to incorporate the rural vibe of Lincoln with spectacular exposed painted wood beams and deep overhangs. The design rejects the traditional New England house with its enclosing wall and inward posture. The low pitched roofs, open
Consider wood panelling ceiling. To discuss
painted ceiling and beams. same color as cabinets
Wooden beams, color scheme, small library, and the counter
since they share a ceiling. I think it we could do the whole ceiling in those rooms with some sort of tongue and groove paneling with faux support beams, that would be amazing. Ambitious, I know.
“Val” — chris1106
CORE Architects
Monument Channel
Ideabooks10,667
Questions6
cottage, muskoka, wood, kitchen, wood island, oak, modern, grey, industrial, minimalistic, open concept
The height from the floor to the bottom of the support beams that go across and in front of the windows?
this is the color of our wood
Love the wood all the way down the island but I assume this is costly.
Really loved the light @ wood
i like the contrast- wood cabinets on top, gray on bottom
Steel and wood contrast. May be too industrial looking, but looks very cool.
“Modern kitchen” — bylligate
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
28 Reviews
All Around Farm
Ideabooks5,262
Questions1
Can you tell me the type of wood and stain used? Love the look.
Can you tell the stain and wood type love this ceiling
and black colors balance - formal because if you folded it, it would be the same ceiling - wooden planks and beams across ceiling
love the wood color and the black metal accents
White walls with wood on stalls and ceiling not walls
the dark wood with black accents or iron work
Iron work, wood stain, stalls, isle
“brun foncé” — mpetit1807
AMDG Architects
Family recreation barn gym
Ideabooks3,833
Questions5
exposed wood beam
Lighting-Direct Ceiling-Beams Appriateness/Function-Multipurpose
curved beams...wood beam...wood floor...Love the beams...Arched beams...beams like house...ceiling beams...Like the beams
“This would just be awesome to have” — joryamg
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks7,991
Questions7
love the antlers and stag head, white with wood antlers can you please let me know the approx size and where i
install was what drove up the price as 1. the glass was heavy and we needed a few peole to place it and 2. we routed the vertical wood timbers so that the glass went into the wood and to do that cleanly took a fair amount of time.
glass railing and wood stairs with wood wall split level
different colors of texture and wood
The open door in the bottom right of this photo brings one to stone steps and this intermediate level. Open-riser wood steps ascend to a living space bathed in light from large windows. So what is the space in between? ...
“Split level” — corrienicholson
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™