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Χρησιμοποιείται ανεμιστήρας οροφής: Σε αυτό το βίντεο θα σας δείξω πώς κατασκεύασα Faux Beams και τα εγκατέστησα στη θολωτή οροφή μας στην κρεβατοκάμαρα.

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  1. In the world of grey and cool whites, this is a welcome change. You could've gone with a darker color stain for a more dramatic look and of course you need a chandelier.

  2. Great job. I just remember when I was growing up a pro asked me; “what’s the difference between a pro and a novice? A pro just knows how to cover up there mistakes. Everyone makes mistakes.” You did a great job on the fix. I would say you’re the biggest critic, but I know from previous videos the wife is the final judge and has proven to make you redo things just like mine.

  3. man…. as a finish carpenter, this was a rough one to watch. watching you make simple mistakes like assembling the beams as one piece before installing them on the ceiling, or not ripping down the side beams (or making the center one taller). Doing this all by yourself is impressive though. Takes a lot of muscles to do that! Dealing with stain grade beams is always a pain so hats off to you! End product looks good and all that really matters is that the woman is happy! Cheers!

  4. My own question as I’m about to build cross beams on a vaulted ceiling as well, do you wish you would have made the end that touched the wall run flush with the wall?

  5. First, I would have sanded and stained after testing to see if they fit. Second, I would have used wood glue as well as nails. Third, cover the tv to protect it (Sorry, it was driving me nuts). Other than that, looks really good! Good job on the booboo cover up.

  6. Very good what you doing, but you got me very nervous. You should have used a baker scaffolding for easy install and for your safety 😅 very nice 👍🏻
    Also, I like to do the sanding prime or stain before I do the install and later just do some touch up any imperfections.

  7. you could have placed 2cmx2cm pillars at each intersection and joined them with the plate you already placed, so you would have covered all the slits, even those on the walls

  8. pro tip you can use all the same size wood but you have to check the angles against all the walls and center beam and if you really want a perfect fit have to measure every beam from long point to short point because no wall is actually square and straight also some 1 by 2 along the main center beam can be used to hide any gaps between ceiling and beam if you have real wavy ceiling and i always make some scribe for the angles against the wall to hide any gaps i also do not glue my beams i use a finish nailer to build them so that i can open or close them also sand on the ground much easier just a few pro tips i was a trim carpenter for 3 years and ive probably built close to 100 sets of these also having help is nice too lol

  9. Really appreciate you showing mistakes you have made its not something I'd have thought to check. Have recently started buying tools. So far have gotten as far as sds drill, combi drill, impact driver, jig saw. Next on my list is a circular saw so i can make some floating shelves and built in wardrobes.

  10. Nice build, I'm about to do the same.

    Agree with others – sand/stain before install!

    Also, those decorative caps to cover your upper beam depth "mistake" still look to me like a coverup. I think you should have just added another full length of "2 by" material to pad it down, with a new circle cutout for your electrical box.

    Another tip would have been to use miters everywhere instead of butt joints so the beams look a bit less "faux"

    Last lesson – get a helper! I could sense your frustration, two sets of hands would surely have been less painful!

    Thanks for including your mistakes in the video!

  11. One other tip to give a helping hand when hanging the beams is use a 12in one handed clamp to pinch the 1×6. This will give a helping hand when working alone. Thats why old carpenter always have a crap ton of different clamps in their tool trucks. Good job 👏

  12. I was not prepared for how much it added to the room. It really emphasizes the beautiful vaulted ceiling! With all the white on white you just couldn’t appreciate the vault before the beams.

  13. looks great. I think for my fix, I would have put one more board on the bottom of the beam the length of the room, as you said, to make more depth to center beam.

  14. not to put you down but i think it looks awful. The gaps near the walls and all the connection points make it look like 'trash hung from above'. You need some kind of thick white putty or thick wood filler caulk to pipe in all the gaps so to blend it into the walls better – please. Like, you would caulk a bathtub or a sink to blend it better – why not those beams + it would hide the chipping wood where you sawd it.