Make Your Kitchen Shine
Kitchen ceilings and faux wood beams make a great design pair.
Remodeling a kitchen requires a delicate balance between achieving an incredible look while maintaining the room you need for storage and preparation. Our versatile beams can transform a kitchen’s décor without taking away from much-needed space.
The beams can be used in many different ways to make a statement – from one simple accent beam to more elaborate configurations. Luckily they are so lightweight; there will never be any worry about whether your ceiling can support them. Design plans that wouldn’t be feasible with real wood are achievable when using our products.
The beams are made from molds of real wood so they have the same texture, grain, tool marks and more that you’d find in natural timber. Every wormhole, check and subtle sweeping grain line is perfectly recreated. Once installed, no one will know they aren’t real.
Another added benefit is that faux beams are hollow so you can easily run wire for lighting or hide vents for central air systems inside them. They can also cover unattractive structural beams or poles. With the numerous finishes available, you’ll be able to find the right look for your home… or get them unfinished and stain them to match the décor!
- DIY friendly
- Realistic look
- Numerous styles & sizes
Our Customers say:
The finished product looks great! We ordered the beams and we primed and stained them ourselves. It was easy and a fun project to do together. After they were installed in our kitchen, it made the whole room feel warm and cozy. I Love it!
Santa Rosa, CA
I thought you might like to see the pictures of my house after the installation of the faux beams you designed for my kitchen area. The beams are fantastic and they really warm up the rooms. With the tall ceilings I have, it felt a bit cavernous in my living room especially, but now it fells warm and truly gives that rustic farmhouse feel to the room that I wanted. I can’t say enough good things about how it looks now.
We came up with a method to paint the beams to make them look weathered. We had an artist / Contractor build a blend of stains, sand, glue and grout in a two step process to really make your beams look weathered. They are so cool.