Feb 052016
 
Robin's Jean Store Gets Hip to Brick

Head to Bell Gardens, California and you can see some of our white brick panels on display at the hip new clothing store Robin’s Jean. Founded in 2005 by French designer Robin Chretien, Robin’s Jeans has fast become one of the hottest clothing brands in America – with 10 stores to be open nationwide by the end of Read More…

Dec 042015
 
Easy and Affordable Privacy Fence Designs

Faux Panels are ideal for creating stunning privacy fence designs that are also quick and affordable. In our world of social media and cell phone cameras, privacy is becoming a rare commodity. Thats why many people are investing in walls and screens for their homes and gardens; for a moment’s respite from prying eyes. Whether it’s Read More…

Nov 132015
 
Waterproof Panels that Survived Hurricane Sandy

Pond Eddy, on the border of New York and Pennsylvania, is one of the most beautiful places in America’s northeast. But living so close to the Delaware River can have its downsides – as one FauxPanels.com customer discovered. Ever since he was in his twenties, Dave wanted to move upstate. “I was born and brought up Read More…

Oct 302015
 
High End Home Design: It's Okay to Fake It

Lisa Intrabartola, from Inside New Jersey, recently wrote an article called “it’s okay to fake it” – showcasing a wide variety of ‘faux’ fixtures and fittings that can make a home look luxury, without the high-end designer budget. “From flooring to ceilings — and everything in between — faux home finishes often make more environmental and Read More…

Oct 232015
 
How to Install Paneling with Perfect Corners

On our website, we cover extensively how to miter corners to make our wall paneling align seamlessly. The only problem is that not every home has perfect, 90 degree corners. Sometimes, the angles are off – and in that case there are a few options to consider. Faux panels perfectly mimic the look and texture of Read More…

Sep 042015
 
Getting Keyed Up with Keystone Arch Trim

Go for a really unique look over doors or windows, with our keystone trim. One of the reasons real brick and stone is so expensive to work with is because building with it takes talent. Creating structure and form from heavy, clumsy stone involves not just aesthetic skill, but also an understanding of engineering and Read More…

Aug 142015
 
Classic Bar Design at the Bow Street Irish Pub

This Irish Pub at the MetLife stadium gets a classic bar design with faux stacked stone panels New York City may be a melting pot, but it’s heart is always Irish. That’s why there are as many Irish pubs in the five boroughs as in Boston, and you don’t have to look far to find a Read More…

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