May 132016
 
Two-Fold Exterior Home Remodeling Project

A customer’s exterior home remodeling project got a double-dose of decorative stone. See the pics! There are few places in America more beautiful than Georgia, and the home of McDonough resident Jeff Ford certainly demonstrates that. Nestled deep in woodland, his home is gorgeous – but he wanted to enhance it even further. Which is what took Read More…

May 062016
 
TV Wall Design Project: Backlit Beauty

Flatscreens have changed everything for TV wall design. Back in the old days (not that old, I’d like to point out) televisions were immense and heavy things, with cathode ray tubes that meant the screens were as long as they were wide. The idea of a ‘flatscreen’ often involved cutting a hole in your wall and Read More…

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Apr 292016
 
Basement Wall Panels Add Farmhouse Style

Customer Rob Padgett from beautiful Peachtree, GA sent in pictures of his most recent remodeling project – one that transformed his finished basement into a farmhouse-style retreat. It’s one of the best projects we’ve seen for a while, and we’re excited to share it with you here. Rob’s challenge was turning his bland, utilitarian basement into something cozy and full Read More…

Apr 222016
 
Covering Up Old Wainscoting with Stacked Stone

A home gets a fresh new look by covering old, dated wainscoting with the look of stacked stone. While we’ve posted pictures of some epic panel projects, we still believe that there’s merit to the philosophy of ‘less is more.’ This is why we like this project, pictures of which were sent in by a Read More…

Apr 152016
 
Trimming Panels to Size with an Oscillating Cutting Tool

Steve Siedlecki, a FauxPanels.com customer from Antioch, IL, recently sent us a ton of pictures from the kitchen project he was working on – and a great tip! He used an oscillating cutting tool to make short work of trimming our panels to size. “Attached are the photos we took during our recent install of your Read More…

Apr 082016
 
Fireplace Facing Project: Adding Some Atmosphere with Stacked Stone

In olden days, fireplaces were the foundation stone of a home – towering columns of stone or brick that reached up to the highest point of the house. Today, though, modern building methods make them kind of invisible – unless you showcase them with an eye-catching fireplace facing. That’s the case in these photos, sent Read More…

Apr 012016
 
Accenting a Restaurant's Menu Board with Red Brick Veneer

Hot Harry’s in Pittsfield, MA made their menu board look even more delicious with red brick veneer. Burritos are one of the most marvelous culinary inventions in the world – and if you live in America’s northeast, it’s a commonly known fact that some of the best of them are to be found at Hot Harry’s Fresh Read More…

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