November 2, 2011

Wooden Beams

There is an architect here in Atlanta, Bradley E. Heppner whose portfolio happens to have a lot of wooden beams. Wooden beams are great for higher ceilings when you want to add architectural detail. Here are some great uses of the wooden beams which are not too dark in color and add a bit of rustic charm to the room.

Attic style room transformed to rustic living space with wooden beams from Bradley E. Heppner

Rustic wooden beams, slip covered dining chairs, farm table and vintage botanical prints from Bradley E. Heppner

Wooden beams in this living room add to the rustic charm from Bradley E. Heppner

Love how there are just a few beams on these high ceilings and on top of the paneled ceiling from James Michael Howard

Love the light wood beams and framework with the brick wall from Laura Casey

Light cabinetry with dark hardware, mercury glass lighting and wooden beam from Pink Wallpaper


French provincial room with light wood beams to match the mantel and tv cabinet from Veranda

Light wooden beams over the dining area from Pinterest

Rustic kitchen with wood beams and lock and large hanging lantern from Trad Home

Amazing house in Colombia with high ceilings that wooden beams were used to make ceilings look lower from Veranda

Wooden beams in a crisp white room from Renaissance Painters

8 comments:

  1. Love that kitchen with a huge clock! Those subway tiles, big marble top kitchen island, just perfection!

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  2. Love, love, love the rustic feel of these exposed beams.

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  3. I love ceiling beams and you found such great examples of them.

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  4. These are lovely! The beams make the room even warmer. Have a beautiful weekend, Kellie xx

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  5. Love the rustic beams contrasting with a white, modern room!

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  6. I love rustic beams...with all white, with exposed brick...can't imagine a room I wouldn't love with beams!

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  7. I love wooden beams--they automatically add warmth to a room!

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  8. I stumbled upon your blog and was flattered to see a few of our projects. I look forward to following your future posts. I always enjoy different perspectives on design. Best regards.

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