Aug 152014
 
Great Modern Cottage Style with Aspen Wood Beams

Even though it’s been some time since FauxWoodBeams.com™ was on the final episode of ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, we still look back at our experience fondly.  It was when the town of Joplin, Missouri was ravaged by tornadoes in 2011, and families were faced with having to clean up and rebuild their homes. We Read More…

Aug 082014
 
Church Ceiling Design Made Easy with Decorative Wooden Beams

In the past few years, one trend we have noticed is that church ceiling design with our decorative wooden beams, in lieu of real wood beams, is gaining popularity.  Like our other customers have realized, installing ceiling beams made of actual wood comes with too many hassles and frustrations.  With fake wood beams, however, none Read More…

Aug 012014
 
Living Room Makeovers with DIY Ceiling Beams

The living room is the space in a house where people are meant to feel secure and at ease.  It’s a room that should feel as relaxing for the family as it does for company.  Because the majority of families like to use this room as a place both to rest and gather, it should Read More…

Jul 252014
 
Exceptional DIY Kitchen Makeover Projects with False Wood Beams

Kitchens have always been known to be the heart of a home.  They make up the space of a house where family members get together for the preparation of meals, to relax, eat, talk about how their days went, entertain friends, or even get work done. In many traditions, in fact, the kitchen is the Read More…

Jul 182014
 
Exciting Wood Beam Design for a Recessed Ceiling

When Mark Beyers, owner of Beyers Cabinetry & Custom Woodworking, was asked by a client of his to build a wood beam design from which she’d be hanging a chandelier in her multi-million-dollar house, he enthusiastically took the opportunity to create the look she was seeking. In an interior design magazine, she had come across Read More…

Jul 112014
 
Tudor Revival Homes Revived with Faux Wood Planking

Inspired by the domestic architecture in 16th Century England, Tudor Revival homes have been popular in cities and suburbs in the United States since the early 20th Century.  Probably the most noticeable feature shared by these homes is the half-timbering design that decorates the exteriors, as you can see in the photo below. These wooden Read More…

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