Oxford Faux Brick Siding
These faux brick panels offer the appearance of sturdy bricks at a fraction of their cost. You won't need a mason with our faux brick siding, as these easy-to-install panels go up just using tools found in an everyday toolbox. Accompanying corners and ledgers guarantee a seamless final result within any room or exterior application.
These panels endure as quietly as they charm, resisting all kinds of weather damage and other wear and tear – including heat and cold, wind and rain, sun exposure and insects.
All of our faux brick panels come in 2 ft. x 3.5 ft. sections for easy handling and feature an interlocking edge.
This faux brick siding is available in eight colors, including:
Red Brick – A true classic for now and for years to come. The exposed red brick panels will quietly assert their elegance as exterior siding or on the inner walls of a well-appointed townhouse. Picture a homey eat-in kitchen with an expansive brick wall. It appeals to everyone in a low-key and reassuring way.
Old World – Possesses the gradations and character of a pre-war building, yet versatile enough to enhance any setting within your home; the possibilities are endless. Its realistic aged patina can lend an attractive addition to a patio or pool area, or captivate as a complete exterior siding. Old World, new ideas—take advantage of both.
Dark Red - Looks exactly like real brick down to the texture and coolness to the touch. You want gorgeous. You want timelessness. You want a sophisticated look for uptown. Downtown. Around the fireplace. Dark red brick paneling sets off walls inside your home. Or try our brick artificial siding outside, just about everywhere.
Tan – The minute textural detail and varied coloring of this faux brick will convince everyone that it’s real. Showcase it outside by the deck or inside next to the bay window. For those who love brick, but in subtler tones than red, this handsome tan is the way to go.
White - Neutral but bright and crisp, the White Brick faux panels can serve beautifully in a traditional setting, yet can also go contemporary with ease. Add panache to anything from a formal living room to an urban loft to a serene master bedroom.