Beam Ideas for Every Shape and Size
In architecture, there are many different ceiling types – arched, barrel, cathedral, coffered, tray and vaulted, just to name a few. Depending on what type of ceiling you have, adding design treatments can present different kinds of challenges.
Faux beams provide a way to make the design process on any style of ceiling a little easier. Not only are they budget- friendly, their lightweight polyurethane makeup makes them easy to lift and install without needing a professional crew or heavy-duty machinery. Their low weight also negates the need for additional structural support; you can install them as is without any extra work or expense.
We offer a wide range of realistic wood textures and colors, plus custom size beams and even arched beams to suit your project perfectly. Whether you’re building a truss, accenting a tray ceiling or want to add serious dramatic flair to a cathedral, faux beams can help make your vision possible when real solid wood is infeasible.
Our Customers say:
These Faux beams blow away real wood beams or constructing a couffered ceiling out of dry wall and moulding. We installed this ceiling in ONE day. We have 2 neighbors who constructed couffered ceilings the old fashioned way. One did it himself and it took over one month to complete. The other contracted someone to construct it and it cost FIVE times as much! These faux beams were cost effective and added unbelieveable character to our basement. Yes, those are pictures of a basement!
I have attached a pic that show the use of fauxwoodbeams on a double tray ceiling. We love the beams. Nobody ever walks in our house without commenting on how beautiful the beams are and how much life they bring to our kitchen and great room.
This Faux Wood Beam Project is New Construction. The results are phenomenal. Everyone thinks they are real beams, and want to know where I got them. The product is very light weight yet firm making it easy to work with. If these photos do not promote your product, I don't know what will. Very pleased.
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