kitchen beams from Arie Flanigan
Marie Flanigan


One of our favorite ways to add character in a home? Kitchen beams, of course! No matter what the decor in the rest of house dictates, beams in the heart of the home are always right. Check out a few of our favorite kitchens with the perfect rustic touch. 


kitchen beams from Marie Flanigan
Marie Flanigan


Crisp architect kitchen beams
Crisp Architects


Studio McGee kitchen beams
Studio McGee


kitchen beams Ryan McDonald via Dering Hall
Ryan McDonald Design via Dering Hall


kitchen beams in Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles
Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles


Kishani Perera design Tim barber architect kitchen beams
Kishani Perera InteriorsTim Barber Architect


Litchfield Designs kitchen beams
Litchfield Design


Crisp Architects kitchen beams
Crisp Architects


Litchfield Designs kitchen beams
Litchfield Designs


wood beams collins interiors
Collins Interiors


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Feels Like Falling Kristy Woodson Harvey. Gallery, $16 trade paper (400p) ISBN 978-1-9821-1770-2 (The Southern Side of Paradise) serves up a tale of disaster-turned serendipity in the fictional Cape Carolina, N.C. Successful businesswoman Gray Howard begrudgingly promotes her husband to CFO of her marketing company, ClickMarket, only for him to leave her for the assistant she hired for him. Reeling from a painful, cash-draining divorce, she inadvertently causes Diana, a photo developer at a pharmacy, to lose her job by complaining about her work. After learning this, Gray hires Diana to work as a housekeeper. Over time, the women vent about their lives and forge a friendship that heals them both. The story alternates between Gray’s voice and Diana’s, delving into Diana’s past heartaches and lost hope for having a child. In pitch-perfect tones, Harvey creates two Southern women doing their best to deal with everything life throws at them, and her able plotting will keep readers turning the pages. Secondary characters—Gray’s witty assistant, Trey; her new, younger boyfriend, Andrew; and Diana’s fiercely loyal friend group—add charm. Harvey’s optimistic tale just might convince readers that bouncing back can actually land a person in a better place than where they started. Agent: Elisabeth Weed, the Book Group. (Apr.)