Fixer Upper Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines installed faux support beams to make the ceiling feel lower and the room feel cozier. Wood trim on top of the windows ties in with the wood beams above, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
Dark, rich woods and stone surfaces combine to create a castle-like kitchen with rustic warmth and traditional styling. Weathered beams create a coffered effect on the ceiling, and faux finished walls throughout add to the home's castle-inspired ambiance. A stone accent wall surrounds the cooking area.
The view is sweeping in this Mediterranean-inspired foyer featuring faux wood beams, travertine floors and a filigreed chandelier. The arched doorway and windows echo the feminine curves of the circular entryway.
This formal entryway features a 24-ft high ceiling embellished with faux wood beams and a wrought-iron chandelier. The beautiful sweeping staircase draws the eyes upward to notice these eye-catching details.
Faux support beams make the ceiling feel lower, and the room feel cozier in this living space. Bright blue-gray walls and new wood floors give a clean modern look. A chandelier with rustic accents adds character to the space, as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper.
To give off the inviting sentiment of the Italian culture, the designer wanted to ensure authenticity of materials, as seen in the custom-made cabinetry and furnishing frames. A stainless steel range hood hangs over the kitchen island drawing the eye to the center of the room. A yellow patterned tile section gives a faux rug look and brightens the room with a pop of bold color.
This warm, luxurious kitchen features dark wood finishes, exposed beams and arched openings throughout. A peninsula offers extra seating, while a breakfast room opens to the space. Faux finished walls continue into the living areas. Integrated wood-paneled appliances add to the room's warmth.
Arched openings, faux finished walls and weather wood ceiling beams bring this home's castle-like architectural detail into the expansive chef's kitchen. Dark wood cabinets complement the wood floors, while a stone surround adds drama to the cooking station. A peninsula offers extra seating.
Even an industrial loft kitchen can don the mantle of an Old World farmhouse with a few simple touches. Here, antique wooden beams replace the existing structural supports, creating an eye-catching element in this vintage-yellow kitchen. For a similar effect, cover boring columns with wood, or use a faux finish to give them a rustic appearance, says author Susan Sully. For an even easier farmhouse-style fix, bring in a rocking chair.
This buttercream dining room features several wood accents, including built-in bookshelves and maple hardwood floors. Overhead, faux-painted beams comprise a coffered ceiling, while an elaborate wrought iron chandelier illuminates the intimate dining space.