Wainscoting Designs

Adding wainscoting to your walls or exterior is a simple and easy process to add character and beauty, cover unsightly exposed brick or concrete, or to bring together a design plan. Whether your home décor needs a small update or it’s undergoing a complete remodel, these wainscoting designs are easy to achieve with FauxPanels®.

Wainscoting, also called half wall paneling, can be added to the interior or exterior of your home to create a beautiful effect. Our wainscot panel choices are sure to stand up to wear and tear, deterioration, pests and insects, the weather and much more. If your home décor plans call for faux brick, rock or stone, we have many designs and colors to choose from.

Take a look at some of the pictures our customers sent in of wainscoting designs executed with our products on various homes and businesses. We’re certain you’ll find a texture and color scheme that will be perfect for your own project.



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Faux stone skirting panels complement this vinyl sided ranch style home. 1. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
Simulated faux stone panels edge this home's vinyl siding for a perfect pairing. 2. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
Stone siding for houses made from polyurethane can contrast nicely when paired with traditional vinyl siding. 3. Regency Stacked Stone Honey
Imitation stone skirting can add personality to an otherwise gray exterior as seen by these before and after photos. 4. Regency Stacked Stone Riviera
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Close-up of faux stacked stone veneer proves how realistic it looks. 5. Regency Stacked Stone Riviera
This exterior stone façade made from faux materials brings curb appeal back to this home. 6. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
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Simulated stone wainscoting designs elevate the appeal of your home's exterior. 7. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
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Wainscot panels give a realistic stone look but are easy enough to install yourself. 8. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
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Simulated stacked stone adds to the simplicity and beauty of this home. 9. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
Simulated stone skirting is easy to cut and fit seamlessly around the edges and molding of this garage. 10. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
Wainscoting ideas are a great way to refresh and revitalize your home. 11. Carlton Fieldstone Desert Sky
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Ledgestone paneling is an affordable way to bring curb appeal to your home. 12. Carlton Ledgestone Desert Sky
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Artificial stone veneer adds character and contrast to an otherwise industrial looking building. 13. Carlton Castle Rock Summer Tan
14. Carlton Ledgestone Desert Sky
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15. Carlton Ledgestone Desert Sky
Landscaping comes alive when stone veneer siding is the backdrop 16. Carlton Castle Rock Summer Tan
Faux wainscotting can be used to protect your walls from everyday wear and tear. 17. Carlton Castle Rock Summer Tan
Artificial stone wall panelling looks good in a corner installation 18. Carlton Castle Rock Summer Tan
Cobblestone decorative panels frame a building's exterior. 19. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Fake cobblestone skirting protects and accents a school. 20. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Cobble stone veneer combines with vinyl siding to create an eye-catching design for this school. 21. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Cobble stone exterior siding adds a distinctive design element to this school 22. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Fake cobblestone trims this distinctively shaped building 23. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
This artificial stone siding looks so much like real cobblestones, you won't believe it wasn't done by a stone mason. 24. Carlton Cobblestone Dakota Blend
Faux cobble stone creates an attractive column and exterior skirting, contrasting tan wood shingles. 25. Carlton Cobblestone Dakota Blend
Cobble stone decorative wall paneling adds distinction and interest to a traditional home 26. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Manufactured cobblestone trims this home while also protecting it from the elements. 27. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Cobble stone siding is a great accent to this doorway. 28. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
29. Carlton Brick Bold Rouge Dusted
30. Carlton Brick Bold Rouge Dusted
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31. Novi Drystack Lava
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32. Windsor Slatestone Brunswick Brown
33. Norwich Dakota Stonewall Motley Gray
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34. Norwich Dakota Stonewall Motley Gray
This stone look siding blends naturally with the existing shingles and roofing. 35. Wellington Drystack Quarry Gray
Faux stone mobile home skirting looks great on a traditional farm house-styled home and contrasts nicely with its red siding. 36. Carlton Cobblestone Summer Tan
Faux stone siding costs significantly less then having to hire a stone mason for the job. 37. Carlton Cobblestone Dakota Blend
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38. Carlton Cobblestone Dakota Blend
Veneer stone siding is durable yet pliable enough to be easily cut to fit around vents, windows and doors. 39. Carlton Cobblestone Dakota Blend
Artificial stone siding for houses can dramatically change the appearance of your home. 40. Carlton Cobblestone Dakota Blend
41. York Stacked Stone Auburn Hills
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Stacked stone veneer was used by homeowners to add visual interest to the stucco walls. 42. Wellington Dry Stack Tierra Gold
43. York Stacked Stone Auburn Hills
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Faux rock siding panels add style and character to this entranceway. 44. Wellington Dry Stack Quarry Gray