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Faux ceiling beams are a simple and budget friendly way to dramatically improve a room’s décor. They can accentuate ceilings of interiors, giving rooms a warm and cozy feeling with the exact look of real wood without the extra weight and expense.
We have the largest selection of faux ceiling beams on the market today. Available with three or four sides, the three-sided beams can be installed over existing structures such as smaller wood beams, structural steel beams, plumbing pipes and electrical wires or conduit. Because they are lightweight, handling and installation are easy.
How realistic are they? You won’t believe it until you see the accurate texture and grain. How do we do it? They’re crafted from molds made of genuine wood, yet they’re much lighter in weight, so cranes and heavy equipment aren’t needed to lift them.
These ceiling beams are made from rigid polyurethane for an easy installation and maintenance-free long life. They won’t warp, rot, twist or check like genuine wood can.
However, you still get the great beauty of natural wood. From classic Tuscany to Rough Sawn, and the ever popular Timber to new styles like Driftwood, we have a style and finish for every taste and décor. We even have a faux version of Pecky Cypress, a gorgeous but endangered and expensive wood.
Even better, we have custom sizes available for most finishes, which makes creating your perfect design easier. Many styles, like Hand Hewn, Heavy Sandblasted and Aspen are available in curved beam options, which opens up a wide variety of design options. They really create a stunning look.
If you want finish them yourself, all of our faux ceiling beams are delivered in a paint- or stain-ready condition with a beige double-primer coat. Many styles are also available in several color options, such as medium Walnut, Cinnamon, Java and Light Oak.
Make sure you also check out our accessories such as matching corbels and decorative straps to customize your look even more.
Don't try this with styrofoam beams! Our beams are made from a high density polyurethane. Click here to learn more about polyurethane.