Outdoor Living Spaces

Outdoor living spaces help to add another element to your home design. They can be the perfect place for hosting parties, cooking up steaks or just for relaxing.

Remodeling or building a whole new space is an easy way to make your home more dynamic. Adding to an existing patio or creating an outdoor kitchen makes all areas of your home cozier. Take the family dinner outside during those cool spring evenings and warm summer nights.

Creating these spaces is easy when using lightweight faux panels®. Available in various rock, stone, brick and wood styles, they weigh far less than the real thing but with the same beautiful look. They’re built to stand up to the elements, deterioration, pests and more.

If you’re considering the outdoors for your next DIY project, using the panels is a wonderful and affordable choice. With so many styles and colors to choose from there is an option perfect for your home.

Take a look at some pictures from homes that have successfully used our products to spruce up their exterior home design.



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Faux rock skirting makes this manufactured home look like a traditional log cabin and keeps wandering critters from crawling under the porch. 1. Carlton Cobblestone Sierra Sand
Check out pictures of home bars that combine faux stone with the modern look of stainless steel. 2. Wellington Drystack Sand
Build a better wet bar with our fake stone panels. 3. Wellington Drystack Sand
Home bar design plans that incorporate faux stone bring together a functional, modern bar. 4. Wellington Dry Stack Quarry Gray
Vinyl faux stone siding lends a solid appearance to this home design show display. 5. Wellington Drystack Sand
Exterior bamboo panels, as seen on this patio ceiling, make it easy to bring the tropics anywhere. 6. Oxford Large Young Bamboo
Lightweight faux bamboo is easy to install on this veranda ceiling and creates a gorgeous tropical feel. 7. Oxford Large Young Bamboo
Artificial bamboo panels wrap this outdoor bar and create a fountain that can withstand the elements. 8. Oxford Giant Young Bamboo
Bring life and character to your outdoor living spaces with faux stone and rock. 9. Oxford Stonewall Light Tan
Tan manufactured stone walls and turquoise accents add color to this poolside deck. 10. Oxford Stonewall Light Tan
Outdoor faux stone panels perk up the white doors leading to this deck. 11. Oxford Stonewall Light Tan
Stone skirting for mobile homes is used to unify and add pizazz to this gray and white exterior. 12. Oxford Large Gray Riverstone
This paneling that looks like stone is an attractive and affordable way to enhance your outdoor kitchen. 13. Oxford Stonewall Light Tan
These stone look siding panels blend with the real brick of this outdoor kitchen. 14. Oxford Stonewall Tan Corner
15. Oxford Stonewall Tan Corner
16. Norwich Dakota Stonewall Motley Gray
Before and After
17. Norwich Dakota Stonewall Motley Gray
Comfortable outdoor living spaces are easy to create using faux panel designs. 18. Windsor Ledgestone Carolina Cocoa
Artificial rock panels on this home mimic the look of their rock lined pond. 19. Windsor Random Rock Desert Buff
20. Nailon Stone Wall Plus Sedona Buff
21. Nailon Stone Wall Plus Sedona Buff
22. Nailon Stone Wall Plus Sedona Buff
Interior rock panels create dramatic results with hassle-free installation. 23. Wellington River Rock Light Gray
Before and After
Faux rock walls, as seen here, can bring a rustic feel to any room. 24. Wellington River Rock Light Gray