Structural or decorative, accent timbers can create a focal point in your home or building. Pairing timbers with other building materials, such as sheet-rock, paneling, stone or brick, adds visual interest. Whatever your style is, we can craft accent timbers to complement your existing house, or to be included in a new build. You can add the warmth of wood and a natural element to any space with custom timbers.
Featured Accent Timbers
These Douglas Fir structural timbers highlight the domed ceiling in the tower.
A winding staircase leads up and makes this a beautiful focal point.
Decorative timbers added during renovation of a hunting lodge creates an old world feeling
Cypress structural accent timbers and trusses give this stone house a complete face lift
Osage Orange was chosen as the accent timber on this project. The shed roof over an entrance to this timber framed barn provides shelter and protection from the elements.
Picking a wood species is important in accent timbers, as well as the design.
Antique hand hewn Oak was used to create structural timber frame trusses for a home in Texas. The beauty of this old reclaimed wood will certainly make a statement, and serve as a reminder of a time past. We used some interesting techniques to cut the joints in these uneven, not square timbers.
Decorative White Pine ceiling timbers
Accent truss faux finished to complement ceiling
Using one natural beam as a focal point makes this stairway feel like a destination!
King Post decorative detail complements the curved braces and bottom chord
White Pine interior decorative timbers were distressed and glazed for a beautiful antique finish by local artists at Veronica Anns, Inc., giving this home old world charm and elegance
Eastern White Pine King Post decorative trusses add interest to the kitchen in this newly constructed home. Flat decorative beams were chosen as a feature for the home office.