Faux Wood Beams – 15 Personalized Decors
Wood beam ceilings have always aired a special charm, making them the visual epicenter of any room. Regardless of the décor, eyes soar to the ceiling and the wood beams that seem to carry the whole structure on its shoulders. But if the structure is not fit to take these heavy beams, especially if they’re made of oak wood, or if you want to add them in a house you have recently moved in, then go for faux beams, usually made of resinous wood, lighter, but boasting the same aesthetic value. Here are some telling images of faux wood beams which impregnate the décor with a vintage/rustic captivating feel.
Wood changes an interior décor completely, bringing that captivating accent and visually layering a room. You can choose such a wooden “boundary” between the rooms, which goes all the way down from the ceiling to the floor.
A classy décor where one can hardly say those beams are fake or real. Everything comes in chromatic unity, with a perfect match between the faux beams and the wooden floor.
Let the natural light flow in just to highlight the faux beams even more. The room exudes harmony and pace, while the ceiling comes to add extra personality to the whole place.
Faux beams can also be perfectly integrated in the room décor unless you want them as strong accents that breaks down the décor. In this picture, the wooden ceiling, painted in a light color, opposes the other plane shaped by the wooden floor and bed.
Another suggestion in this image which described a vaulted ceiling room which give the faux beams an even greater visual exposure. Against a white background, the beams are easy noticeable, especially if you have a crossbeam as well.
If you don’t dare for more, try this recipe in the images below. Door frames clad in reclaimed planks which have the same visual effect as faux beams.
Here are some more suggestions in the images below, all centered upon the same visual element which is a focal point in any décor.
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