Kitchen Remodeling

Do it yourself Interior Fake Beams – Transform and Set up





Do it yourself Fake Beams can be intimidating so in this video we clearly show you how we designed our interior fake beams as section of our rework from 1 by wooden from home depot and how the installation went. We made use of this fake beam approach simply because it would make the beam look like one stable beam and disguises the seams properly. additionally all you require is a table observed and miter observed. HGTV and do it yourself shiplap in this article we appear 😂😂😂

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20 comments

  1. 2:11 I was so into the video and looking close, then a panicked mickey mouse startled the shit outta me. "Ok!" Hahahaha

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  2. If you want them to pop, then make up some faux iron plate with rivets beam/post connectors. Curves and cutouts of the plate, against this blond wood color, black plates would draw the eye to the beams. Put up family coat of arms shield on beam face kitchen entry or other stuff.

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  3. Simple! Nice job.

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  4. I agree with you. This is WAY easier than trying to cut a miter down the whole length. Not to mention trying to glue up miters that long. This is by far the better way to go. What’s funny is that we all naturally think of miters first when we want to hide edges. Good job

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  5. How do you like your Ronin S?

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  6. On the bottom edge of the horizontal board that you left proud instead of sanding or in addition to, use something round and rub the edge to round it off adding glue and sawdust in the larger gaps helps also.. It will push the edge into the vertical piece.

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  7. Cant wait to try these in my master bedroom!

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  8. How deep is the cut. I think I will try 7/8" x 13/16" What did you use in the video. I heard you say go alittle more that 3/4" for the width and sand it off but I didn't hear you say how deep. I think 7/8" would give 1/8" left and that would look good. But wonder if that is too thin. Your sample looks just the right depth so, if you see this will to let me know so I don't have to waste time experimenting. Thanks

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  9. Is this in Louisiana ?

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  10. Owesome

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  11. Did you stain these yet? Also what type of trim did you use or plan on using around the beams? Thank you for this video, great work!

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  12. This is a good video that taught me a lot – BUT, there is no way I should do this myself. So, I'm wondering what type of professional I should contact to install faux beams in my small house? Thanks!

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  13. I like your design for the beams. If I get to do beams, I'll test fit, then stain them down on saw horses.

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  14. Did you butt two boards together for the long beam? That stands out…

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  15. Is this pine material?
    Great work by the way.

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  16. EXCELLENT

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  17. wElCoMe To ThE cHaNnEl

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  18. Im going to try this, our local guys want 1500- 2500 to do this stuff. can i get away without using a dado blade?

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  19. Hey, thanks for this video. I mocked up some beams with mitered cuts and I just wasn't happy with the joints so I am going to give this a try. Did you clamp the piece of wood against your fence because you were running the dado blades? Pardon my ignorance but I've only ever used mine for shelf slots and never used it up against the fence.

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  20. That was a pretty good video. It would have been nice if your close up was more careful and longer. otherwise good. I've always mitered with biscuits but this technique looks really good and I'm going to give it a try. Thanks.

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