This spacious kitchen features sleek brown wood cabinets, a neutral textured backsplash and white stone countertops. Pendant lights hang from the exposed beam ceiling, while red metal stools at the kitchen island provide a space for casual dining.
A comfy sofa and fun hanging egg chair offer plenty of seating in this spacious living room as well as prime angles to view the wall-mounted TV over the fireplace. Exposed beams hug the ceiling, adding character and architectural interest.
This open-concept main living area maintains an easy flow with wide, arched doorways and a unifying wood floor in the kitchen, living and dining room. Exposed ceiling beams help move the eye across the space.
Four wood-and-metal barstools line the outside counter of this stylish contemporary kitchen, offering a convenient, open mealtime spot. Sleek finishes including the exposed ceiling beams, polished wood floor and stainless steel countertop edging dress up the neutral palette.
In this stunning transitional kitchen, distracting ceiling lines and awkward angles are no longer a concern. By incorporating gorgeous exposed ceiling beams and low-voltage lighting tracks with pin-spotting heads, designer Lauren Bland believes she was able to attract the eye to every inch of the spacious eat-in kitchen.
The sofa serves as a natural divider to separate a living area from a dining space in this open basement. Exposed ceiling beams and built-in shelves add a dark accent color to the calm, neutral room. Upholstered chairs sit around an octagonal glass dining table, providing a comfortable spot for dining.
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 great room is perfect for large family gatherings. It features concrete flooring, a Mediterranean-style bar, and rustic ceiling beams. The upper portion of the block wall uses smaller blocks to create an impression of greater height.
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.