Corbel Designs – Photo Gallery

Corbels are simple accents that can go a long way, adding visual interest and polish to your new build or renovation design plans. On the exterior, corbels are often used under the roof line, under windows and around moldings – adding a touch of elegance for enhanced curb appeal. Indoors they can add detail to ceiling beams, truss systems, mantels or around doorways.

Take a look at these photographs to see how our corbels have been used on home interiors and exteriors all around the country. Homeowners and professional builders alike have found interesting and varied ways to create signature looks just by adding a few corbels to their plans.

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Using faux wood corbels under the extending portion of the home creates a unique look. 1.
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Faux corbels painted white and stenciled to match the surrounding cabinetry in this kitchen's stove area.
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Simulated wood fireplace corbels support a thin plank mantel, adding pretty contrast to a brick fireplace.
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This mantel design is spruced up with an artificial wood corbel to hide the load bearing elements on either side. 7.
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Faux wood corbels make the perfect end pieces for beams installed in a star pattern on a circular ceiling with fan.
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With faux wood corbel and beams, these home owners created an impressive balcony look inside. 12.
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Faux exterior corbels in white provide a nice decorative accent underneath a home's jettied second story.
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Pair together an artificial wood corbel and beam for a gorgeous truss design in your home. 15.
Interior ceiling corbels complete the look of striking king trusses built with faux beams in a formal living room.
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As an exterior element, wood corbels help to create eye-catching details. 17.
Exterior corbels made from imitation wood add detail and visual interest to this brick home's roof overhang.
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Exterior wood corbels made from polyurethane underline the overhangs of a stately new home built in Texas.
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Weather resistant corbels on this home's exterior will last for years without suffering deterioration from the harshest elements.
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Why leave your roof eaves bare when a wood corbel is an affordable and easy to install way to add flair. 28.
Decorative exterior corbels with a raised grain wood look add a nice finishing touch to this roof's overhang.
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Add curb appeal to your design with a few faux wood corbels on your home exterior. 30.
Corbel designs for home exteriors made easy with imitation wood corbels. Affordable, simple to install.
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Decorative outdoor corbels enhance the roofline and scalloped edges of this home's exterior.
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Exterior wooden corbels made from polyurethane foam, installed beneath a home's second story overhang.
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Fake wood corbels add a pleasing finishing touch to this sunny home in shades of cream and yellow.
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Faux wooden corbels, slant style give this home's a little added texture and pizzazz.
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Exterior roof corbels made from high-grade polyurethane add a little extra dash of curb appeal to this home.
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Exterior faux roof corbels, stained gray to match this home's stucco exterior.
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Outdoor corbels painted white, installed underneath a home's second story overhang above the garage.
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Whether traditional flair or a modern look, there are corbels perfect for your designs. 41.
Exterior foam corbels add architectural detail to this home's exterior.  Weatherproof and easy to install.
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Corbel design is easy to accomplish with faux wood corbels as exhibited on this home's roof peak.
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A simple wood corbel design dresses up the eaves and mantels of this home’s exterior. 45.