DIY faux beams with wood grain tool

DIY faux beams with wood grain tool

24 Comments

  1. This looks amazing!! I’ve always dreamed of a high ceiling with wooden
    beams! Now it’s achievable without having to rip the walls apart to secure
    them! Love this!!´╗┐

  2. Wow! It looks really good and so inexpensive! ­čśŐ´╗┐

  3. Great job. I’ve never seen faux beams done quite like this.´╗┐

  4. nice´╗┐

  5. how do you do the corners of the sheetrock?´╗┐

  6. looks Gay!!! the beam to!!!!´╗┐

  7. +Robert Herbert just like the outside corner of a sheetrock wall, use
    corner bead or strait flex tape most likely

  8. What kind of paint is it?´╗┐

  9. designedby.CesarChavez

    Chestnut Gel Stain

  10. Thank you!

  11. Sorry for bother you again.. The second hand of paint is the same chesnut
    gel stain?´╗┐

  12. Wow great tip´╗┐

  13. Thanks a lot !!´╗┐

  14. Josephine Figueroa

    you suck ..

  15. Josephine Figueroa

    you suck ..

  16. Josephine Figueroa

    very helpful. Thanks for sharing´╗┐

  17. What Brand is it? Also what brand and type of paint is the base color?
    Thanks for such a great DIY video!

  18. designedby.CesarChavez

    thank you!

  19. designedby.CesarChavez

    thank you!

  20. Nice job ! You make it look so easy´╗┐

  21. you’re so hot :PPPP´╗┐

  22. very nice..gonna give this a try on a personal project and maybe start
    recommending it to clients with tight budgets..although nothing beats
    natural wood finishes in texture and aroma this is a pretty good
    alternative to just liven up a room with wood visual elements´╗┐

  23. Wow Ceasar, using the hammer to distress the surface is brilliant, it
    really creates that reclaimed barn beam look. Im looking to try to create a
    pine tongue and groove wall look in a house I just inherited, but this adds
    to my ideas. thanks.´╗┐

  24. This is friggin awesome.´╗┐

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