Home Bar Ideas

Looking for home bar ideas to make your place the popular spot? Whether you’re entertaining VIP guests, watching the big game or just hanging out, the right design can wow your friends and improve the value of your home.

These pictures demonstrate our panels used indoors and out to create stunning designs that are sure to have people wanting to return. The panels’ tough polyurethane materials stands up to wear and tear, deterioration, the weather, pests and more with ease. They’re practically maintenance free.

If you’re starting your plans from scratch or updating an existing fixture in your home, using faux stone, rock or brick can help your build that sleek sports bar, rustic Irish Pub or sophisticated watering-hole in your own home.

Take a look below at just a few of the successful home bar projects completed by our customers.



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Home Bars

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HB1. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
HB2. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
HB3. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
HB4. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
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HB5. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
HB6. Wellington Drystack Earth
HB7. Colorado Stacked Stone Misty Morning
HB8. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
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HB9. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
HB10. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
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HB11. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
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HB12. Wellington Drystack Quarry Gray
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HB13. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Desert Sand
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HB14. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Desert Sand
HB15. Wellington Drystack Earth
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HB16. Regency Old Chicago Brick Antique Brick
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HB17. Regency Old Chicago Brick Antique Brick
HB18. Wellington Drystack Earth
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HB19. Wellington Drystack Earth
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HB20. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Misty Morning
HB21. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
HB22. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
HB23. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
HB24. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
HB25. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
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HB26. Wellington Drystack Espresso
HB27. Wellington Drystack Espresso
HB28. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
HB29. Regency Stacked Stone Everscape
HB30. Regency Stacked Stone Everscape
HB31. Regency Stacked Stone Everscape
HB32. Regency Stacked Stone Everscape
Home bar interior design is easy to accomplish with stone veneer panels. HB33. Wellington Drystack Quarry Gray
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HB34. Wellington Drystack Quarry Gray
HB35. Wellington Drystack Quarry Gray
HB36. Wellington Drystack Quarry Gray
This stone veneer for outdoor kitchen looks truly realistic and complements the stainless steel appliances. HB37. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
Faux stone for outdoor kitchen décor brings a natural tone that blends with the environment. HB38. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
HB39. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Graphite
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HB40. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Fresco
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HB41. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Fresco
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HB42. Regency Stacked Stone Misty Morning
HB43. Windsor Random Rock New England Mocha
HB44. Oxford Giant Weathered Bamboo
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HB45. Oxford Giant Weathered Bamboo
HB46. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
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HB47. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
HB48. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
Faux wall panels can bring a modern design to a renovated basement. HB49. Wellington Drystack Earth
Faux stone veneer completely transforms this basement as seen in the before and after pictures. HB50. Wellington Drystack Earth
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HB51. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Everscape
HB52. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Everscape
HB53. Norwich Kentucky Drystack Misty Morning
This faux stone bar brings an authentic pub look right into your own home. HB54. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
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These faux stone bar panels complement the tile flooring and granite countertops. HB55. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
These faux stone accents blend with the wood shelving to bring out the look of a traditional pub. HB56. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
HB57. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
The faux stone facing above this bar brings character and highlights the wood shelving. HB58. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
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HB59. Windsor Slatestone Midnight Ash
HB60. Novi Random Rock Plus Shadow Gray
A DIY home bar is easy to build with fake stone panels. HB61. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
and Fieldstone Summer Tan
HB62. Novi Random Rock Plus Shadow Gray
HB63. Wellington Drystack Earth
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HB64. Wellington Drystack Earth
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Faux bamboo paneling brings out the natural beauty of this ocean front bar. HB65. Oxford Giant Weathered Bamboo
This dry stacked stone backsplash looks elegant and sophisticated. HB66. Wellington Drystack Earth
The dry stack stone backsplash brings contrast to this perfectly designed kitchenette. HB67. Wellington Drystack Earth
Home bar designs such as this one using faux stone look truly authentic and inviting. HB68. Carlton Ledgestone Harvest
This home bar design from faux ledgestone brings a truly realistic appeal to the Irish pub theme. HB69. Carlton Ledgestone Harvest
HB70. Oxford Stonewall Tan
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HB71. Nailon Brick Colonial White
Outdoor bar designs are enhanced with artificial stone paneling. HB72. Nailon Brick Colonial White
Check out these home bar plans and ideas that incorporate faux panels® into the creative design. HB73. Wellington Drystack Sand
Faux rock wall tiles used on this outdoor bar allow for weatherproof beauty and easy installation. HB74. Oxford Stacked Stone Light Tan
Exterior artificial stone panels surrounding this outdoor grill look truly realistic as seen from this day time photo. HB75. Oxford Stacked Stone Light Tan
Manufactured stone paneling looks great in this outdoor grill/serving/entertaining island. HB76. Oxford Stacked Stone Light Tan
Indoor home bars look great with decorative stone veneer panels. HB77. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
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HB78. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Canyon Gray
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HB79. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Canyon Gray
Indoor wall paneling is an effective way to get a rustic, old world look without the high cost of using real stone. HB80. Oxford Stone Wall Light Tan
This paneling that looks like stone is an attractive and affordable way to enhance your outdoor kitchen. HB81. Oxford Stonewall Light Tan
Kitchen backsplash ideas are just an important in wet bars as they are kitchens and this faux brick version adds the perfect touch HB82. Oxford Brick Dark Brick, Dark Grout
Faux brick wall paneling dresses up a wet bar HB83. Oxford Brick Dark Brick, Dark Grout
Faux red brick siding and wall panels coordinate for a uniform look in this basement wet bar. HB84. Oxford Brick Dark Brick, Dark Grout
HB85. Wellington Drystack Earth
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Faux rock panels are a durable yet flexible alternative to using real rock in home makeovers. HB86. Wellington Drystack Earth
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Home bar plans that incorporate faux stone offer dramatic results that are affordable. HB87. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
Home bar design ideas such as this faux stone paneling can deliver a lot of bang for your buck. HB88. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
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Updating your home bar plans to include simulated brick adds a classic look. HB89. Nailon Brick Buff Blend
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HB90. Nailon Stone Wall Desert Sunset
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Discontinued Product
HB91. Nailon Stone Wall Desert Sunset
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Professional masonry for your home bar plans is costly but faux stone panels are an affordable and durable alternative. HB92. Windsor Random Rock Sedona Red
Home bar plans can turn an unused spare room into your own personal watering hole. HB93. Windsor Random Rock Sedona Red
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Interior rock panels create dramatic results with hassle-free installation. HB94. Wellington River Rock Light Gray
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Faux rock walls, as seen here, can bring a rustic feel to any room. HB95. Wellington River Rock Light Gray
These stone look siding panels blend with the real brick of this outdoor kitchen. HB96. Oxford Stone Wall Tan
HB97. Oxford Stone Wall Tan
Home bar plans are a great way to make good use of an otherwise neglected corner of your home. HB98. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
Interior faux rock wall panels around this bar blend nicely with the wood paneling. HB99. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
This bar paneling made from faux stone brings a natural appeal to the project. HB100. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
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Vinyl faux stone siding lends a solid appearance to this home design show display. HB101. Wellington Dry Stack Sand
Build a better wet bar with our fake stone panels. HB102. Wellington Dry Stack Sand
Check out pictures of home bars that combine faux stone with the modern look of stainless steel. HB103. Wellington Dry Stack Sand
Home bar design plans that incorporate faux stone bring together a functional, modern bar. HB104. Wellington Dry Stack Quarry Gray
These interior stone panels help bring style to this kitchenette. HB105. Wellington Dry Stack Earth
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HB106. Nailon Stone Wall Plus Sedona Buff
HB107. Nailon Stone Wall Plus Sedona Buff
HB108. Nailon Stone Wall Plus Sedona Buff
Home bar ideas come to life when using faux stone as your backdrop. HB109. Wellington Dry Stack Earth

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