Dec 162016
 
Wood Staining Tricks for a Realistic, Customized Look

These 5 wood staining tricks will make your finishing your beam a breeze. Realism is the name of the game at FauxWoodBeams™. All our faux products are made from molds of authentic timber, so every grain, knot and imperfection is rendered in vivid detail. Our beams are also available in a variety of realistic wood hues – Read More…

Dec 092016
 
How to Secure Lightweight Beams with Magnets

If you are using lightweight faux beams for an installation that requires quick assembly or disassembly, magnets may be the answer. This how-to hack could be beneficial for trade show booths, stage sets, seasonal displays – as well as at home. Last week we showcased a fantastic project from the Newmar Corporation. They created a stunningly realistic trade show display Read More…

Dec 022016
 
Newmar's Incredible Trade Show Exhibit

Mike Waters sent pictures of a truly incredible trade show exhibit, created using our beams and planks – plus products from our sister-site, FauxPanels.com. The National RV Trade Show is a private event held in Louisville, Kentucky every year – attended by recreation vehicle manufacturers and their component parts suppliers – who together build more than 98 Read More…

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Nov 262016
 
Convenience Store Gets a High-Test Makeover

A convenience store in South Dakota got a serious makeover with Custom Resawn Beams in Burnt Mocha. Chances are, you might have stopped at a Coffee Cup Fuel Stop. Known for their great prices, clean stores and friendly service, they’re the perfect place to refuel both your car, and yourself. If you’ve ever hit Route 18 in Hot Read More…

Nov 112016
 
Trimming a Cased Opening with a Rustic Style Beam

FauxWoodBeams.com customer Shari Khoury recently wrote to us and included pictures of her home improvement project in Branson, Missouri. “We recently upgraded our rental villa in Branson, Missouri, with a Rustic Tuscany theme,” wrote Shari. “We installed a 14ft  Custom Heritage Beam in Light Oak across the cased opening between the living room and kitchen. My husband and I Read More…

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