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DIY :: Faux Farmhouse Barn Beam Ceiling

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You can create this rustic farmhouse ceiling by using some basic materials. We are revamping our master bedroom and sharing with you how to achieve this look DIY style.
Some simple materials from a local home improvement store and a little know-how took our room from out-of-style to rustic farmhouse love! Head to the blog for all the details and some tips on how to save BIG.
Time: 1 Days Cost: $75 Difficulty: Medium
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With some box store materials, you can create this look too.
  • our master bedroom progress french farmhouse style part 2, bedroom ideas, diy, how to, wall decor, woodworking projects
Bye-bye boring stippled ceiling, and hellow rustic farmhouse!
  • our master bedroom progress french farmhouse style part 2, bedroom ideas, diy, how to, wall decor, woodworking projects
A brad nailer was our best friend in this project. It made it go so quickly! Just nailed right over our old ceiling finish. Come on over to the blog to see how we got our beams to have that rustic finish.

To see more: http://www.prodigalpieces.com/2014/03/master-bedroom-remodel-french-farmhouse-style-part-2/

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  • Cynthia E
    Cynthia E Daleville, AL
    on Mar 7, 2014

    This looks awesome I bet you are tickled to be almost done..

    • Cynthia E
      Cynthia E Daleville, AL
      on Mar 8, 2014

      @Larissa ~ Prodigal Pieces Yes it is.

  • Real Antique Wood
    Real Antique Wood Irvington, NJ
    on Mar 8, 2014

    That looks great! I love it! Many people have low ceilings and can't put full beams... this is a great way to get the rustic beam look without actually getting the full beams. Cheaper too! :) My company specializes in cost efficient ceiling beams.. This is a trick we use as well. lol

    • @Real Antique Wood cheaper is right. We have an ample supply of sources for beams around here, but we needed to be able to anchor them to our studs and didn't want to stress them too much. :o)

  • Angie Martinez
    Angie Martinez Lockhart, TX
    on Mar 8, 2014

    We did almost the same thing but it was because our ceilings started sagging but I love the way it came out. Your look great!!

  • Lynne
    Lynne Detroit, MI
    on Mar 8, 2014

    thanks for the idea...i love the look, you did a great job.i will try this on my ugly ceiling in the kitchen

  • Anna [DirectionsNotIncluded]
    Anna [DirectionsNotIncluded] Miami, FL
    on Mar 8, 2014

    Nice job. The ceiling looks great.

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