Faux Wood Beams
Create a distinctive, warm and inviting setting, indoors or out, with our faux wood ceiling beams. Available in a variety of textures from timber, to distressed, to raised grain looks. We offer a huge array of standard sizes, as well as custom sizes.
Samples are $25 and refunded on your beam purchase!
An UPDATED distressed texture with deep valleys that mimic reclaimed wood from an old barn.Starting at $117 SHOP NOW
Featured on HGTV's Fixer Upper, this beam is ideal for providing an old-world cottage look.Starting at $168 SHOP NOW
Heavily distressed with axe marks as if the beam was chopped by hand.Starting at $117 SHOP NOW
Raised grain texture that produces a subtle look with dramatic undertones.Starting at $168 SHOP NOW
Heavily sandblasted texture reveals swirling grain patterns with deep knots.Starting at $117 SHOP NOW
A coarse, pebbled, cedar texture that resembles old saw-mill cut lumber.Starting at $204 SHOP NOW
Raised grain texture that produces a subtle look with dramatic undertones.Starting at $117 SHOP NOW
A smooth and contemporary beam with a raised wood grain texture.Starting at $129 SHOP NOW
Pebbled, rough sawn cedar texture resembles board lumber cut from an old saw mill.Starting at $117 SHOP NOW
A lightly pronounced wood grain look, beautifully enhancing the room's rustic decor.Starting at $121 SHOP NOW
Deeply pronounced wood grain look, with strong accents and eye-catching texture.Starting at $126 SHOP NOW
Smooth, non-textured surface resembles real wood trim board.Starting at $146 SHOP NOW
Choosing the Right Faux Wood Beams
As you can see, we have many options available. How do you decide what will work in your home? The texture, color, and sizing will need to match your home’s interior design. Check out our quick guide below if you are having trouble deciding what will work best for your space.
The impact of different ceiling beam sizes
The thickness depends on the overall effect you want to achieve. Different thicknesses can even be combined for interesting effects. Larger beams, for instance, will make the ceiling feel a little lower, making the space feel a bit cozier. On the other hand, if you would rather add some elegance to the ceiling without bringing it down, then thinner beams might work better for you.
You should also know that thicker beams will look larger in a smaller space, so if you want to avoid a crowded feeling in bedrooms or other areas with low square footage, then it would be best to stick to a smaller beam. On the other hand, more open areas with high ceilings might be most benefited by larger sizes.
Choosing the right ceiling beam texture
Rustic and hand-hewn textures give the appearance of a frontier home, adding a bit of cozy roughness to the home that harkens back to olden times. Our majestic texture, on the other hand, adds a more high-class feel.
Regardless of the texture you choose, you will always add a highly realistic accent that resembles real wood.
Finding the best ceiling beam color
The tone you choose will need to coordinate with your home’s color scheme in order to create the right effect. Overall, dark against light (and light against dark) will stand out a great deal. Darker colors work well with whitewashed ceilings to create a stark contrast that is pleasing to the eye. A mid-range color will create a homey feeling, while lighter woods can work with a bright color scheme.
Faux wood beams for kitchens
Simple straight beams across the ceiling can create a western “adobe” feeling, while a truss system can bring a vaulted kitchen ceiling a little closer to earth. Patterned effects with lighter colored beams can create a stylishchicer atmosphere for a modern kitchen.
Faux wood beams for entryways
Tall, vaulted ceilings in entryways can be brought down a little closer to earth with a trussed approach, making the home feel more welcoming to visitors as they walk in the door. Conversely, a domed effect with intersecting beams can create a “wow” factor as you welcome visitors, letting them know that your home values class and grandeur.
Faux wood beams for living rooms
Trusses create an old-fashioned rafters feel while using beams to form patterns can help complement ceiling fans and light fixtures. In living rooms with higher ceilings, ribbing the surface with decorative beams can create a vaulted appearance.Find out which beam style is right for you