Gorgeous wooden ceiling beams give this white living area a rustic vibe. Industrial-style metal chairs sit at a basic wood and metal table, while a low coffee table and entryway table continue the wood and metal mix.
Exposed ceiling beams in this dining room provide a perfect space to hang pendant and secondary lighting. On either side of a large white fireplace are nooks where shelving is built into walls that have been painted orange.
Windows fill this serene bedroom with natural light. Designer Kristie Barnett decorated with a soft green color palette, with the hue found in everything from the walls to the armchair to the curtains, bed skirt and area rug. Antique-style furniture pieces and a beamed ceiling give the room a charming, live-in character.
Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines decided to bring in wooden support beams for a decorative touch, making the ceilings appear lower and the living room feel cozier. Joanna staged the room with furniture and accessories of natural wood, metal and worn leather. The vintage letters as wall art are one of her signature pieces.
This cozy living room has a bright coat of white paint with soft green accents on the support beams. Second-hand furniture has been reupholstered in bright prints, giving the space a colorful but still soothing vibe.
Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines ultimately opted to keep the ceiling beams which, with the new bright white interior, tie in nicely with the newly added trim. The fresh motif and added light make the room feel much larger.
Exposed dark wood ceiling beams add color to an otherwise all-white living room. A brick fireplace, tufted coffee table, oversized white sofa, and ornate framed mirror add character to the space's clean look.
This covered patio lets you enjoy the great outdoors in style. Exposed ceiling beams highlight the home's architectural style, while an open arched doorway to the backyard mirrors the arched doorways into the house.
Black barstools pop in this all white, modern kitchen featuring sharp lines and sleek surfaces. Reclaimed wood ceiling beams create a cozy, rustic feel while a row of window fill the space with lovely natural light.