Jul 012016
 
New Ranch Style Home Gets Rustic Appeal on TV's 'Home Free'

In the second episode of Fox’s Home Free, Season 2, Jennifer wins a ranch-style home with an amazing rustic look with our Reclaimed Barn Board panels. Season 2 of Fox Network’s Home Free is already a ratings success. A fast-paced competition show, the series pitches 11 contestants against each other to win a home for a Read More…

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Jun 172016
 
See Us on 'Home Free' on FOX, Thursday June 23!

Fauxpanels.com will be featured on the FOX network’s new hit show Home Free. We’re still in mourning for the hit TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. Our products were featured on that awesome show a number of times, and we loved the concept and execution. But the good news is that FOX has paired up with Read More…

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May 202016
 
Seen on PBS' Make it Artsy: Craft Corner with a Brick Accent Wall

A craft corner built on PBS’ Make it Artsy included a brilliant accent wall created with our Old Chicago Brick panels. For years, crafty fans devoured the hit PBS show Scrapbook Soup, to the point that they started to run out of scrapbooking ideas, and investigated other cool, easy and low-budget crafting projects. This led to Read More…

Jan 292016
 
A Closeup on TV Show Set Decor

Back in November, we wrote a piece on FauxPanels being used for TV show set decor. One of the sets we featured was recently highlighted on Newscaststudio.com – the remodeled newsroom for WHIO-TV out of Dayton, Ohio. In an article by Michael P. Hill, WHIO-TV’s new newsroom was unveiled; complete with a faux brick wall as a sturdy visual Read More…

Nov 202015
 
Newsroom Set Design Goes Faux

We find people discussing ‘going faux’ in all sorts of forums. Recently, the merits of faux panels were discussed in an article about newsroom set design. Our panels have always been popular for set dressing. Whether used for a limited-run stage performance, or a permanent set for a TV show, going ‘faux’ allows for the Read More…

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Aug 212015
 
A Look Back at Renae's Corner Restaurant Makeover

We heard the sad news that Renae’s Corner, featured in TV’s Restaurant Impossible, recently closed. We look back at our contribution to the makeover, which featured our Regency faux white brick panels. Food Network’s hit TV show Restaurant Impossible has seen celebrity chef Robert Irvine save countless failing restaurants from the brink. One such success – for a time, at Read More…

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Aug 072015
 
Red Brick Facing Without the Hassle on HGTV's Curb Appeal

HGTV’s hit series Curb Appeal frequently features our faux brick facing. Curb appeal – how good your home looks to people driving past it – sells houses. That much is a fact – so much so that the HGTV network have even created a show dedicated to the concept, called Curb Appeal. And in one classic episode, host John Gidding decided that Read More…

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Jul 312015
 
Designing with Faux Reclaimed Wood: The Advantages

Reclaimed wood is one of the hottest design elements going right now. Recreate that look more affordably with faux wood panels. Sourced from old palettes, demolished barns and a variety of other places, reclaimed wood is a great way to repurpose an expensive building material. Interior designers are increasingly using reclaimed wood for stunning accent Read More…

Jul 242015
 
Tiny House Design with Timeless Appeal

Could artificial brick or stone panels be the key to tiny house design? Tiny Houses are all the rage at the moment. The concept of extremely-small-square-footage living has been around for a while, but has exploded in popularity in recent years. There’s even a TV show about it – Tiny House Nation. And like with all Read More…

Jun 262015
 
Wreck to Rec Room with Ledgestone Panels

What can we learn from this classic episode of TV’s Money Hunters? Adding some extra square footage to your home doesn’t have to be a challenge. In this classic episode of the DIY Network’s Money Hunters show, hosts Matt Blashaw and Deanne Bell helped turn a dank and dismal garage into a cool and comfy rec room; Read More…

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