Custom Smooth Beams 1000’s of sizes available
Description of Smooth Beams
Custom Smooth false ceiling beams are a tasteful and practical way to anchor the elements of an interior or exterior design. Their mellow texture and look of real wood combine to make them perfect for creating a relaxed environment in any room. Outdoors, they make for wonderful design accents while adding warmth and visual appeal.
Superior to ones made of solid wood, the beams are made of highly durable and extremely lightweight polyurethane. As a result, they are much easier to install and more cost-effective. Compared to wood, they also possess a greater resistance to damage than actual wood, and will never chip, crack, or rot.
Available in thousands of sizes, these custom smooth beams can be made to suit the length and height you want. They are also primed and ready to paint.
Note: The Custom Smooth beams may have screws embedded below the surface. We recommend using a hand saw (not power tools) when cutting these beams. You may find these screws with a stud finder. Barron Designs is not responsible for any bodily harm or damage to your equipment. Click Here to view instruction on finding screws in beams.
Specifications of CSM-UBSM0404120-U
Custom Smooth Planks
Recessed Smooth Beams
Custom Flex Straps
Our samples are fully rebatable!We will include a coupon for you to use on your next online order.
Note: a sample will have the exact texture and color of the product, but width and height may vary.
1 review available:
We installed on a vaulted ceiling and it was pretty easy considering we had never done it before. The only thing I would remind anyone installing beams on a vaulted ceiling is to order a good bit of excess on the length, the angle will catch you off guard. Thankfully, we thought about this before ordering and were very grateful for the extra amount. These beams are so easy to deal with, they are so light and once you cut the end if you need a little tweaking, just sand. They were also very easy to paint, we primed them and then used a good latex based paint, I would say that we found a roller to work better than a brush.