Mar 222019
 
Installing a Ceiling Fan Through a Beam

This project demonstrates how ‘going faux’ can sometimes be better than used real solid wood — in this case, how easy installing a ceiling fan through a beam can be. Our faux products are manufactured using molds taken from natural wood – which are then used to create incredibly realistic copies in high density polyurethane Read More…

Jan 252019
 
How to Increase Your Home's Value with Faux

Inspired by home improvement superstar Joanna Gaines, an article from The Cheat Sheet highlights how ‘going faux’ can increase the value of your home. We recently stumbled across a brand-new article by Amanda Harding, an entertainment writer and do-it-yourself junkie for The Cheat Sheet, in which she listed the best things you can do to Read More…

Nov 252018
 
Beams with Light Fixtures and Fans: A Quick How-To

One of the ways in which faux beams are ‘better than the real thing’ is the ease in which light fixtures, fans and other hanging elements can be installed with them (but not on them). Here is a quick guide to how to achieve that stunning look. One important characteristic of our beams is that Read More…

Nov 162018
 
How to Use Decorative Corbels for Interior Design

Last week, we announced the release of a new series of Real Wood Corbels – stunning products made from high-quality western Red Cedar and handcrafted to resemble our matching series of Real Wood beams. Today, we’re going to look at how to use corbels in your interior design. Although there are a multitude of ways Read More…

 Posted by on November 16, 2018
Oct 192018
 
A Rustic Decor Can Increase Your Home's Value

A recent article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal made a bold claim, but one backed up by anecdotal stories from our customers: Adding rustic decor details like exposed beams can add as much as 30% to your home’s value. “No matter the look of a room’s interior or the style of the decor, exposed ceiling beams Read More…

 Posted by on October 19, 2018