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Open Floor Plan Designs with Faux Beams

Open Floor Plan Designs with Faux Beams Open floor plan designs can be greatly augmented with the use of faux beams.  Installing them on the ceilings and walls of a large open room can help demarcate the different areas such as kitchens, dining spaces, entertainment centers, office alcoves and more.  This use of beams helps to reinforce the boundaries of each area, without taking up valuable floor space.  In the process, the beams lend each area the charm of real wood, while adding appeal and comfort to the entire room, as you can see in the customer images below. Open floor plan designs get a dramatic decor with faux Timber ceiling beams. Open floor plan design with Timber ceiling beams In the photo below, you’ll see a single Woodland beam spanning the length of the area between the kitchen and dining area, with another beam being used as a pillar at one end of the island.  Thanks to this, both areas in the room feel like rooms of their own. Open floor kitchen enhanced with a single ceiling beam and pillar. An open plan kitchen enhanced with a single Woodland beam and pillar The two photos below show how a single beam can be used as a header separating a kitchen from a dining room or living room.  In the before-after photo, you’ll see the simple, but powerful difference a single beam makes for the ambiance of the area. An overhead beam in open floor plan designs helps demarcate two rooms. The decor of open floor plan designs is improved with a fake wood ceiling beam. Other customers use two beams to lend added character to a kitchen and adjoined sitting area.  In the photo below, this style is used with our Timber beams in a small kitchen and dining nook. Open floor plan kitchen and dining nook get a cozy new design with Timber beams. Two beams overhead a dining nook create a cozy atmosphere Pecky Cypress beams arranged in a ladder design over the kitchen island.  This gives the kitchen a distinguishing look, separating it from the adjoined dining area in the background. Open floor plan designs get added coziness with Pecky Cypress beams. Pecky Cypress beams in the kitchen Lastly, the two images below show different angles of an interior where Axed beams are used to frame the ceiling and walls in the middle of an open space room, giving the living room and dining area their own borders.  The result is an elegant, old-world look that gives both spaces considerable charm. Axed beams help demarcate different areas in open floor plan designs. Open floor plan designs are greatly enhanced with the help of faux beams. Lightweight and easy to install, faux beams have the striking appearance and texture of real wood.  Whichever style of beam you choose; your open layout will be transformed. What other décor elements could you use to divide a large open space? We’d love to hear your ideas.