Hand Hewn Beam Mantels
by Rustic Mantels
For years, we have been crafting some of the finest hand hewn beams and mitered ceiling beams. Here at Rustic Mantels, we pride ourselves on our expert craftsmanship and professionalism.
Rustic Mantels provides every customer with professionally crafted custom wood products. We specialize in hand hewn solid beam fireplace mantels. Browse through our site to see some of our other products. We have crafted custom barn beam mantels for years and will do so for many years to come!
Contact Rustic Mantels today to learn more about our products and how you can customize and purchase your own solid wood fireplace mantel today. You can reach us by phone at (330) 646-3511 or by email.
Available in a variety of colors and sizes so you can customize these beams to your specifications. Our fireplace mantels are hand sanded to help prevent splinters and make them easier to clean. Beams are air dried, light weight and easy to install. All beams are sound, even though they may have checks. This is normal and has no effect on durability - we're dedicated to building only the highest quality beams.
Hand hewn beams from Rustic Mantels are perfect to use as a floating shelf anywhere in your home. Whether purely decorative or fully functional, our beams offer a custom, durable, and beautiful solution for your shelving needs. Choose from a great selection of styles, finishes and more including intricately hand crafted corbels that are made to perfectly compliment your new beam.
Compliment your fireplace mantel or floating shelf with hand hewn corbels from Rustic Mantels. Derived from the French word "corbeau", which means “crow" - these beak inspired pieces have been around for ages. As the years have passed and times have changed so have the designs, purposes and applications of corbels. Masterfully crafted, our corbels are as beautiful as the beams they accompany.
BOX BEAMS | LOCK-MITER BEAMS
Custom tailored to fit your needs and specifications, our hand-hewn ceiling box beams provide a truly spectacular presence in your home that rivals any home decor. Our hollow hand-hewn wood box beams can be used to cover steel "I" beams, or other mechanical obstructions. Lock miter joints provide solid, sturdy construction that looks great and holds strong. Boasting the same breathtaking hand-hewn and rustic treatments as our mantels and shelves, our custom timber truss detail pieces will add that "wow" factor to your home interior that will leave you feeling proud and everyone else feeling awe struck. Whether you're looking for functional ceiling beams or "box beam" I-beam covers, Rustic Mantels has a custom beam solution for you. Get in touch with us today for pricing and for more information on how you can customize your home with stunning, hand-hewn wooden box beams!
- Hand-hewn pine
- Rustic styling
- Custom carving available
- Lock-miter joints
- Available in custom sizes and configurations
- Available in your choice of 5 colors
We offer unique, quality products that are designed to impress - and to last. And that's why we guarantee your satisfaction.
At Rustic Mantels, we stand behind every product we sell and that comes easy to us. When you put the kind of time and effort into something as we do, it usually shows. You may find that something about it just isn't exactly what you were looking for. If for any reason you are unhappy with a product you have purchased from our website - you can return it in its original packaging and condition within 7 days of purchase for exchange of a similar item.
Styles & Options
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Mounting Your Beam
The back of your beam should be notched out to fit on a 2x4 or 2x6 (depending on the size of the beam). Your mantel can be ordered this way, if it has not been notched out already. Locate on your wall where you want your mantel to rest and mount a 2x4 (or 2x6) on the wall. The entire weight of the beam will be on the 2x4 (or2x6), so be sure that it is well secured. Place your mantel on the 2x4 (or 2x6) and screw from the top of your mantel down into the 2x4 (or 2x6). We suggest using 3 to 4 screws from the top and 2 screws from the bottom up. For brick or any masonry use mason screws plus construction glue to mount the 2x4 (or 2x6) on the wall.