Man Cave Pictures

Man Caves often include rugged, rustic, or traditional elements like brick, rock, stone, and wood either as full walls, accents, bar backsplashes and more. Faux panels® perfectly recreate the look of these materials while also being lighter, easier to install, more affordable and requiring no maintenance.

Numerous customers have used our artificial stone, rock, brick and wood panels and siding to enhance the look of their man cave without breaking the bank. The pictures they’ve sent us highlight a number of different uses in their interior design ideas that give the room a unique, personal touch.

Whether your Cave is for relaxing, playing pool, having drinks with friends, watching the game or showing off your hobby, the look of stone, rock, brick or wood will give it that incredible finished look. With a wide array of product lines, styles and colors to choose from there’s a look and feel that will suit your interior design ideas perfectly.

No need for a mason, build team, weeks of construction, and messy cleanup. Using faux panels® means that anyone from a first time DIYer to a professional can have an updated and finished room in an afternoon or weekend with ease. Go from a boring, empty room to an incredible man cave that will make your buddies jealous!

Man Caves

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MC1. Wellington Drystack Earth
MC2. Wellington Drystack Earth
MC3. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
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Cool man caves are easy to create when you use fake stone panels. MC4. Oxford Stonewall Tan
MC5. Oxford Stonewall Tan
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MC6. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
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MC7. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
MC8. Regency Stacked Stone Potomac
MC9. Regency Stacked Stone Potomac
MC10. Novi Stonewall Smoked Gray
MC11. Novi Stonewall Smoked Gray
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MC12. Regency Old Chicago Brick Baked Clay
The faux stone facing above this bar brings character and highlights the wood shelving. MC13. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
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MC14. 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. MC15. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Tall Desert Sand
Professional masonry for your home bar plans is costly but faux stone panels are an affordable and durable alternative. MC16. Windsor Random Rock Sedona Red
Kitchen backsplash ideas are just an important in wet bars as they are kitchens and this faux brick version adds the perfect touch MC17. Oxford Brick Dark Brick, Dark Grout
Faux brick wall paneling dresses up a wet bar MC18. Oxford Brick Dark Brick, Dark Grout
The faux stone wall treatment surrounding the fireplace turns this unfinished attic into a cozy hideaway. MC19. Oxford Stacked Stone Light Tan
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Stacked stone faux panels® bring a warm ambience to this living room. MC20. Regency Stacked Stone Potomac
Faux paneling brings character to this basement and sets the stage for a comfortable atmosphere. MC21. Regency Stacked Stone Riviera
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Home bar design ideas such as this faux stone paneling can deliver a lot of bang for your buck. MC22. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
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MC23. Regency Stacked Stone Ponderosa
This interior fake stone wall allows for an easy installation of these built-in bookcases. MC24. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
Faux stone veneer wall panels transform the corner of this room from an afterthought to an attractive focal point. MC25. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
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The stone veneer paneling added to this room is highlighted by dramatic before and after pictures. MC26. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
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Interior faux stone wall panels pep up this previously bland room as seen by before and after photos. MC27. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
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Faux stone interior walls, as seen here, can make a great backdrop for media centers. MC28. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
Indoor faux stone creates a cozy hideaway inside this cottage. MC29. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Desert Sand
These faux stones for walls look truly authentic when used inside this cozy cottage. MC30. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Desert Sand
This fireplace faux stone dramatically changes the décor and brings a focal point to the room. MC31. Oxford Stacked Stone Tan
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Fake rock interior paneling contrasts with white wainscotting in a remodeled basement MC32. Oxford Cut Granite Light Gray
Decorative wall panels made from faux stone add an aged element to this basement remodeling. MC33. Oxford Cut Granite Light Gray
Decorative rock accents pair nicely with matching wood bookcases and fireplace surrounds. MC34. Oxford Stonewall Light Tan
Faux red brick siding and wall panels coordinate for a uniform look in this basement wet bar. MC35. Oxford Brick Dark Brick, Dark Grout