Did you know that you can quickly change the look and atmosphere of your home a with wooden box beam? Box beams are the new trend in Maryland home decoration. Instead of repainting or buying new furniture, try redecorating with new architectural details. Box beams give you the look of a home renovation without the expense, mess and stress.
What is a Wooden Box Beam?
Our box beams are hardwood beams built from three pieces of lumber. They’re hollow on the inside and open on each end. We use box beams to cover girders and add beauty to ceilings. Box beams instantly change the look of a room—or an entire home— while offering a practical solution. We can even use a wooden box beam to cover exposed wiring and cable from surround sound systems and security systems, allowing your guests to see unique architectural details instead of unattractive wires.
What Do We Use to Build a Wooden Box Beam?
We frequently use reclaimed wood to construct box beams. Many of our clients choosing box beams have Tudor style homes or restored farmhouses. A reclaimed wooden box beam is the perfect authentic touch for a rustic home. Oak, chestnut and pine are the most readily available reclaimed woods.
We also use new hardwoods to build a wooden box beam for clients with new log cabin homes or modern farmhouse kitchens. If you want your new home to evoke an old-fashioned feeling, box beams built from newly harvested timber are perfect. A wooden box beam will age naturally and become more attractive with time. In a new 19th century home, the beams would have been light brown or pale yellow in color. Think about hardwoods like pine and maple for your box beams.
Why Should I Consider a Wooden Box Beam for My Home?
A wooden box beam is convenient in the kitchen because you can hang pots, pans and cooking utensils from it. This keeps them handy and gives your kitchen a quaint ambiance that family and guests will love. Box beams add visual interest to a high ceiling and make the room cozier. You can even enhance your door frames with wood box beams for the ultimate vintage style.
Is your basement ceiling a mess of metal beams and insulated pipes? A wooden box beam is a safe and easy way to make a basement ceiling neat and attractive. Our clients who have turned their basements into dens or extra living space love their box beam ceilings.
To find out how box beams can improve the look of your home, contact Baltimore Fallen Lumber today.