12 Uncommon Box Beam Ceiling Options

We have been so impressed with the execution of tradesmen and women who are incorporating Box Beams into spaces. Our jaws dropped when Thor Lightning Carpentry sent us an image of a ceiling he recently completed using our White Oak Box Beams with a weathered grey finish. Not only did Thor execute this beautifully, but it’s also important to note that this ceiling is 20’ high! With a unique geometrical shape, he pulled this off flawlessly.

 
 

The beauty with box beams are the endless options that exist to transform a space. While it’s stunning to run them vertically or horizontally in a space, we want to explore all the uncommon ways you integrate them in your space using images from clients and inspirational pictures from online.

 

Truss Ceiling Beams

Builder:  Duke Gibbs Capital   Wood Species: Unfinished Rustic White Oak

Builder: Duke Gibbs Capital

Wood Species: Unfinished Rustic White Oak

Starburst Ceiling

Builder: Kelley Mahoney  Wood Species: Select Black Walnut

Builder: Kelley Mahoney

Wood Species: Select Black Walnut

Beams over (NOT) Shiplap

Builder: Tony Powell & Brad Charles  Wood Species: Painted Clear Southern Yellow Pine

Builder: Tony Powell & Brad Charles

Wood Species: Painted Clear Southern Yellow Pine

LVL Disguise

Builder:  JW York Homes   Wood Species: Reclaimed Heart Pine

Builder: JW York Homes

Wood Species: Reclaimed Heart Pine

Coffered Ceiling

Source:  Amber Interiors Design   Wood Species: Most likely Painted Clear Southern Yellow Pine

Source: Amber Interiors Design

Wood Species: Most likely Painted Clear Southern Yellow Pine

L-Headers

Source:  Jeffrey Dungan Architects   Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a Bleached Rustic White Oak

Source: Jeffrey Dungan Architects

Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a Bleached Rustic White Oak

Source:  Becki Owens   Wood Species: Unknown but most likely Rustic White Oak

Source: Becki Owens

Wood Species: Unknown but most likely Rustic White Oak

Caste Opening

Source:  Magnolia   Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with Rustic White Oak

Source: Magnolia

Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with Rustic White Oak

Fishbone Ceiling

Source:  Marianne Simon Designs   Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a stained Rustic White Oak or Cypress

Source: Marianne Simon Designs

Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a stained Rustic White Oak or Cypress

Lowered Exposed Ceiling

 
Source:  Unknown   Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a stained Rustic White Oak or Weathered Cypress

Source: Unknown

Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a stained Rustic White Oak or Weathered Cypress

 

Exposed Ceiling Cove

Source:  Wade Weissman Architects   Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a stained Rustic White Oak or Cypress

Source: Wade Weissman Architects

Wood Species: Unknown but similar look can be achieved with a stained Rustic White Oak or Cypress

Have you seen a unique ceiling with exposed beams that wasn’t highlighted above? Send us a picture and we would love to feature and spread the inspiration.

If you are ready to take the first step to an extraordinary ceiling with box beams, then click below to learn about our Box Beams or go ahead and Get a Quote.