Reclaimed Box Beams and Beam Wraps

Achieve the look of solid beams without the hassle, with hollow box beams and wood beam wraps.

Box beams or wood beam wraps are a beautiful solution for adding reclaimed wood accents to ceilings and walls, especially if your home or business interiors contain unsightly ductwork or elements you’d rather cover up.

Our box beams and wraps are expertly crafted from reclaimed wood and timber at our mill in Western North Carolina. Beams and wraps are available in four distinct surface textures dictated by how each timber was originally cut and sawn decades or even centuries ago.

Stunning reclaimed wood box beams installed on ceilings in South Carolina home.
Three photos of reclaimed wood box beam ceilings with clean white backdrop.
Rustic wood beam wrap above dining room.

What is a Box Beam?

A box beam is a look-alike solid wood beam that’s 

  • lighter
  • easier to install
  • can be hung and doesn’t need to be supported.

A beam wrap can also be called is a hollow wood beam, can also be purposed to wrap around steel columns or an exposed or unsightly structural element.

Box beams and wraps are often referred to as faux beams, though many faux beams do not use real wood. All our beam wraps and box beams use the same reclaimed wood as our solid beams to ensure the superior quality and aesthetic that reclaimed wood offers.

Four Surface Textures Available

Box beams in Grand Highland home in North Carolina

Why Choose Box Beams from Whole Log Reclaimed

Hide Unsightly Interior Elements 

Install faux beam wraps around or over existing steel, wood or laminate construction or utility parts. Beam wraps solve tricky situations by covering ductwork, plumbing and other interior challenges you might face.

Solve Unique Challenges

Very long or very wide beam coverage span requirements may present unique challenges that box beams and wraps can resolve.

Our Expertise

With over 35 years in the business, we’ve worked with hundreds of architects, builders, and homeowners who are happy customers across this country and Hawaii. We’re happy to discuss your plans and advise be a ceiling beam guide toward selecting your best box beam or solid option.

Box Beam FAQs

Always been a pleasure dealing with Jim and his associates. We have done business with them for years. They've always done an excellent job with all of our orders. We have used this company to supply flooring, beams, beam wraps and other various rustic/reclaimed wood products. Jim and his staff are always ready to help, and with their knowledge and experience they can supply the material you're needing to help you from planning through completion of any project with rustic/reclaimed wood.

Curt B., Asheville, NC


Reclaimed wood and superior craftsmanship come with a higher price point. Additionally, the labor associated with creating the hollow box beams from original old-growth wood makes box beams more expensive than solid beams. (we have to be creative in using the inner area) That being said, the cost savings in labor and installation may justify the additional expense in material cost. Because box beams and wraps are much lighter, they are easier to install (and cost less when shipping), overall reducing labor costs and more.

And remember the increase in home value by tastefully covering up ductwork and utility areas with beautiful architectural accents.


Box beam installation is more simple to install than solid wood beams. This is a major reason why many homeowners and builders choose box beams over solid beams. While Whole Log Reclaimed does not offer direct installation services at this time, we’re happy to support builders to ensure installation is done properly, whether your project is a box beam ceiling or a wood beam wrap to cover ductwork.

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