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Seven Decorative Places to Use Exposed Wood In Your Home

Posted on 9/19/19 5:00 AM

Using exposed wood in your home is becoming all the rage in interior design these days. Whether you're looking for a rustic, farmhouse style wooden ceiling beam, or an intricate Victorian style corbel, exposed wood is quickly becoming the way to add style, charm and elegance to any property. We've compiled a list of decorative elements that you can add to your home, if you're looking to include some exposed wood to your design.

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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Right Beams for Your Home's Ceiling

Posted on 8/15/19 5:00 AM

Ceiling beams add texture and dimension to your living space. Some invoke the feeling of a bygone era when hand-hewn and rough-sawn beams were used in 18th and 19th-century homes, barns and other structures. Such beams provided essential support to upper floors and roof systems. Exposed solid wood beams appeared in many residences around the world. You'll find them in every kind of structure, from cottages to castles. Unfortunately, this practice depleted forests of old-growth oaks.

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Ideas on How to Design your Beams for your Home Project

Posted on 8/14/19 12:30 PM

Beams are distinct architectural features with a particular rustic charm effect that adds warmth and depth to any home project. This is a look that is now being sought after by urban decors to be incorporated into contemporary spaces.

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Rustic and Carriage Style Decks are Popular Trends

Posted on 1/15/19 12:00 PM

The architectural style of your home will determine the type of deck, porch or patio that is the finish to your building. A rustic style home with open beam ceilings and wood walkways needs wood posts and railings for decks and stairs. A traditional home will likely use a variation of the carriage style railing and decks to complement the architecture.

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Creative Ideas for Using Polyurethane Beams

Posted on 11/30/18 5:00 AM

Are you looking for an easy way to add more character and "pop" to your home without breaking your budget? Many homeowners, besides architects and contractors, are discovering the advantages of using polyurethane beams. Here are a few of numerous benefits of polyurethane beams, along with some creative ideas on how homeowners are using these products in their homes. 

 

Basic Benefits of Polyurethane Beams 

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Interior Millwork Options--Decorative Ceiling Beams

Posted on 11/6/18 9:28 AM

Most people don't think of decorating their ceilings--but maybe they should. Or you should--start a trend.

If you're looking to make some changes to your house, install some decorative ceiling beams--they're dramatic and impressive addition to your home's architecture. For hundreds of yearsshutterstock_148009805, beams were exposed--both the wall supports and the roof trusses. As building methods and materials improved, walls were plastered over, and eventually the roof beams were also covered by wood or plaster.

If you think that exposed beams are not for you--your ceilings aren't high enough, your house is too modern, beams are too rustic--think again. You can source beams in a variety of materials, colors, and finishes, and integrate them into just about any home's architecture.

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A Complete Guide to Rustic Wood Beams

Posted on 6/6/18 11:01 AM

Engineered materials are answering the call for architectural products that are high-performing, durable, and support the conservation of our country's natural resources - especially our dwindling timber reserves. Rustic Wood Beams and other high-density polyurethane (HDP) products are a major part of a growing construction trend to use sustainable methods and materials which reduce waste and uses natural resources efficiently. Polyurethanes offer the architectural and construction industry a versatility that is unparalleled - as it is used for many architectural and building components. 

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