Welcome to our gallery featuring the gorgeous faux wood beams from Barron Designs!
Faux wood is a unique option that’s budget friendly and in some cases, can look incredibly real, especially when the planks are make from high-density polyurethane.
Barron Design’s products are made from this polyurethane, which means they are able to create near perfect replicas of many different species of wood. The best part is that these faux wooden beams will never split, rot, or warp the way natural wood does over time.
However, there are some things to keep in mind when shopping for the right faux wooden beams for your living room, kitchen, dining room, or wherever!
Always consider the existing wood in the room. If you have honey oak cabinets in your kitchen or trim in your living room, you’re not going to want to go with a color or wood that will clash. Architectural beams should always enhance the existing design, rather than draw away from it.
Choose wood types that match your existing trim or cabinetry. You’ll love the cohesive look it creates.
Structural issues are another thing to keep in mind. While faux wood beams are incredibly light, much lighter than natural wooden beams, they still have weight and must be supported by the ceiling structure.
If the structure can’t hold up to the additional weight, you could end up with lot of mess and some seriously expensive repair bills. It’s best to be safe and make sure your ceiling can stand the weight of the added beams.
If you keep all these things in mind as you shop for the perfect faux beams for your design. Rustic, modern, contemporary, or industrial, the perfect design is out there. You just have to find it.
We hope you’ll enjoy and draw inspiration from this gallery of completed projects by Barron Designs.
Images used with permission from Barron Designs, Inc.
Faux Wood Beam Design Gallery
1. Contemporary Kitchen with Colored Glass Light Fixture
This beautiful kitchen features plenty of natural wood against white cabinetry and countertops. Faux wooden beams are attached to the ceiling, fanning out over the spacious kitchen island.
2. Rustic-Contemporary Kitchen with Wood Floors, Cabinets, and Exposed Beams
Warm wood tones, granite countertops, and rustic light fixtures are the perfect accompaniments to the stunning, heavily textured rustic faux wooden beams running across the vaulted kitchen ceiling.
3. Faux Exposed Beam Vault with Skylights
The rich dark stain of the faux wooden beams in this kitchen are a perfect match for the cabinetry. The beams cross-section the kitchen’s vaulted ceiling, with a skylight in between each pair.
4. Vaulted Ceiling with Faux Dark Wood Beams
The dark faux wood beams match the entertainment center in this living room, and provide a stunning contrast to the textured white ceiling.
5. Faux White Beams on A Wooden Vaulted Ceiling
The vaulted ceiling of this room is paneled in wood, and features faux wood beams in a glossy white. It’s a great way to add dimension on a tall ceiling.
6. Rustic Faux Wooden Beams Over a Hall and Living Room
Tall ceilings are perfect candidates for exposed beams, especially faux beams. Here, the beams are above a hallway and living room area, with large chandeliers suspended from the middle beam.
7. Contemporary Sunroom with Faux Wooden Beams
The vaulted ceiling of this sunroom is an excellent place for faux beams. Faux beams mean that you won’t have to install extra supports, as solid wooden beams are incredibly heavy.
8. Kitchen and Dining room with Faux Rustic Wood Beams
This lovely kitchen looks out over the dining room, which features horizontal faux beams all the way across, extending down to the adjacent living room.
9. Vaulted Living Room with Vintage Décor and Faux Wood Beams
The A-frame faux beams in this living room are the perfect addition, reducing the cavernous feel of this vaulted ceiling. They also lend a craftsman vibe to a living room decorated in a vintage style.
10. Shabby Chic Home Office with Vaulted Ceiling and Faux Wood Beams
Low-profile beams add charm to this spacious home office and library, decorated to look shabby chic, with a combination of worn vintage furniture.
11. Loft Bedroom with Faux Wood Beams
Faux wooden beams create stunning contrast in this otherwise totally white loft bedroom.
12. Master Bedroom with Faux Wood Beams
Even in rooms with lower ceilings, faux wooden beams are a great addition. The room gains architectural charm, without an incredible amount of renovation. Light fixtures can still be hung from the faux beams as well.
13. Contemporary-Traditional Living Room with Exposed Faux Wood Beams
Here we see more A-frame beams, which seem to frame the wooden fireplace flanked by two sets of French doors.
14. Contemporary Living Room with Faux Wooden Beams
Light gray faux beams make a subtle statement in this unique contemporary living room. The most stunning feature is the fireplace, with tile that immediately draws the eye.
15. Sunroom with Fireplace and Faux Wooden Beams
Faux beams create a tic-tac-toe board on the textured ceiling of this bold yellow sunroom. Very similar to a coffered ceiling, but much more rustic.
Images used with permission from Barron Designs, Inc.
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