May 042018
 
Bridging the Gap with Custom Reclaimed Products - Now 10% Off All Through May!

Everybody loves our Custom Reclaimed Beams, Planks and Mantels – so we’re extending our 10% savings on them throughout the month of May! Back in January, we launched a brand-new product line – and while we knew they’d be popular, we never imagined quite how popular. They are so highly in demand, we decided to Read More…

Mar 312017
 
DIY Outdoor Shower Wall with Barn Board Style

Last week, we featured an incredible outdoor kitchen project completed by FauxWoodBeams.com customer Russell Ott. This week, here’s a shot from another DIY project he finished with the same materials as the kitchen — creating an outdoor shower wall with Wellington’s Reclaimed Barn Board Shiplap panels. Russell is transforming his home’s exterior project by project, and with the Barn Board Read More…

Mar 242017
 
Rustic Outdoor Kitchen Design with Reclaimed Barn Board

Check out this incredible outdoor kitchen design – made beautifully rustic using Wellington Reclaimed Barn Board Shiplap Panels & accessories. Typically, most of the kitchen projects we see have used the stone style products from our sister site, FauxPanels.com. While we love those, we were thrilled to see this beautifully rustic kitchen that went in Read More…

Mar 102017
 
Game Room Design Gets Real With Beams

If going faux isn’t for you, we offer a great option that combines the practicality of our faux beams with the look, touch and texture of genuine timber. Recently, a customer sent in some spectacular pictures of their new home — one of which showcased their beautiful new game room design that included beams from Read More…

Dec 042015
 
Rustic Style with Modern Features in a Martha's Vineyard Farmhouse

Lonny Magazine recently showcased a Martha’s Vineyard farmhouse complete with reclaimed wooden beams – and highlighted how modern features can complement classic rustic design. At a glance, the kitchen and dining room of the stunning farmhouse showcased in this month’s Lonny magazine look like they’ve stood like that for a hundred years. Aged wooden beams criss-cross Read More…