Faux wood beams are a great way to implement the look of wood without the cost or hassle of solid reclaimed wood!
As we begin our remodel adventure (officially breaking ground on Thursday!), I have had to become versed in windows, wood floors, doors, etc... I can't drive by a house now without checking to see if their windows are vinyl or wood, but that's a whole other blog post.
During the remodel, we will need to add a wood post to our kitchen, very similar to the photo below, because we are removing a load bearing wall. The post will separate the living room and kitchen, and I am now obsessed with all wood beam interiors.
We will be using a metal post wrapped in wood - probably something reclaimed from the ranch. But after staring at so many wood beams, I am not considering adding a few in the kitchen. The beams in the kitchen below look like they could be faux, if not, they wouldn't be difficult to recreate in a faux manner.
Do you have any experience with wood beams? I'd love to hear them in the comments!
Via Workbook by Westbook | Story by Chuck Reece | Photos by Erica George Dines
Not only am I in love with these beams, but those doors are my everything inspiration for our house. The windows in the kitchen below are incredible too!
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Atlanta Homes Magazine | by Heather J. Paper | photographed Erica George Dines