Jan 042013

One football fan gets ready for the Superbowl with a stunning football-themed bar.

Stacked stone veneer panels give this home bar a light and inviting touch.

Before and After – a faux panel pub that sets the bar high!

Ask most men what they love about winter and you’ll get a one-word answer: Superbowl.

No matter which team you support, we’re all invested in seeing one football giant bring down the other in the game of the year – and 2013’s Superbowl – held on February 3 – won’t be any different.

One customer recently sent us some stunning pictures of his newest design project; which he will be enjoying during the Superbowl with all his friends this year.

An incredible home bar setup, he added a touch of timeless style and sophistication through the addition of our Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand panels.

Like all great design projects, the secret to why this one looks so great is the attention to detail.

The awesome bar and apex (complete with branded Coors Light clock) seem like the most obvious features; but look closely and you’ll see that our football fan has also run matching Norwich Ledgers along the edges to add an understated framework.

The results are stunning; and show that sometimes, when it comes to design, it’s the small details that can help you score big.

Perhaps that’s good advice for whichever teams make it to the Superbowl, as well.

Up close you can see the incredible realism and detail panels add to this home bar's counter.

The bar itself was finished with stone panels, to give a timeless, rustic appearance.

Stacked stone veneer are a perfect finishing touch for this home bar.

The apex of this bar was finished with a couple of faux panels.

Creating custom home bars designs is simple with faux panels thanks to their light weight, durability and ease of install.

Our faux panels are made from durable polyurethane, and these angles were cut with a regular wood saw.

You can really see how much the stacked stone veneer panels add to the room design.

Another Before and After shot. What a transformation!


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