Ceiling Beam Straps Photo Gallery

Faux iron straps are a subtle design choice that can hide seams between two ceiling beams or simply add appealing detail. Traditionally, beam straps were used to reinforce or join real wood beams. With faux, the straps help add uniqueness and realism to your designs.

This photo gallery features numerous ceiling designs augmented with the use of these straps - from trusses and arches to coffered ceilings and simple parallel beam layouts.

Take a peek at the variety of projects within homes and businesses that used strap-accented beams. We’re certain you’ll be impressed and inspired by all the possibilities.

Pages:


Beam Straps

Click an image to enlarge

BS-1.
BS-2.
BS-3.
BS-4.
BS-5.
BS-6.
BS-7.
BS-8.
Before and After
BS-9.
Before and After
BS-10.
Before and After
BS-11.
BS-12.
BS-13.
Before and After
BS-14.
BS-15.
BS-16.
BS-17.
BS-18.
BS-19.
BS-20.
BS-21.
BS-22.
BS-23.
BS-24.
BS-25.
The Deep Aquarium
BS-26.
BS-27.
BS-28.
The Deep Aquarium
BS-29.
Farmhouse Restaurant
BS-30.
BS-31.
Cabin Life
BS-32.
Before and After
BS-33.
BS-34.
BS-35.
BS-36.
BS-37.
BS-38.
BS-39.
BS-40.
BS-41.
BS-42.
BS-43.
BS-44.
BS-45.
Before and After
BS-46.
BS-47.
BS-48.
BS-49.
Faux beam straps add a subtle touch to this arched truss design. BS-50.
BS-51.
Before and After
BS-52.
BS-53.
BS-54.
Before and After
BS-55.
BS-56.
BS-57.
BS-58.
BS-59.
BS-60.
BS-61.
BS-62.
BS-63.
Faux iron straps gives the illusion that this truss is bolted together at the center. BS-64.
BS-65.
Before and After
BS-66.
BS-67.
BS-68.
Ameristar Casino
BS-69.
BS-70.
Pecky cypress ceiling beam, ceiling panels and beam straps. BS-71.
BS-72.
BS-73.
BS-74.
Simple straps add an extra touch to this restaurant ceiling design. BS-75.
BS-76.
BS-77.
A simple living room ceiling beam design with beam straps to hide seams. BS-78.
BS-79.
BS-80.
BS-81.
BS-82.
BS-83.
BS-84.
BS-85.
Before and After
BS-86.
Short lengths of faux wood line this hallway to mimic support beams. BS-87.
BS-88.
BS-89.