Faux Stone Panels and Siding

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  • Artificial stone siding used as wainscoting on a home's exterior.
  • Artificial stone panels in the stacked stone style give this home’s front entrance a fresh new look.
  • Artificial stone wall in a garden made from Windsor Random Rock panels in gray color.
  • Artificial drystack stone panels accent a TV and recessed shelving.
  • Artificial stacked stone column corners a home's front porch.
  • Norwich faux panels in Iced Coffee color installed on a kitchen island.

Faux stone panels and siding offer a versatile, cost-effective and beautiful way to add pizzazz and sparkle to your design project, indoors or out. Available in a huge range of natural tones from dusty beige to warm, earthy pinks all the way to rich chocolates, grays and onyx, each one is warm and tasteful. The casual inlayed patterns replicate the look of actual stone to an astonishing degree, thanks to the subtle color variations and textural irregularities found in real rock.

Made of high-density polyurethane, the paneling boasts an incredible resistance to all forms of wear and tear, including harsh weather conditions such as heat, cold, moisture and sunlight. It also stands up beautifully to insect and pest damage, and will not crack, fade or peel even years after being installed.

Even better, the polyurethane material is extraordinarily lightweight, making the panels cost-efficient and a breeze for almost any homeowner to install on their own as a DIY project. Delivery costs are a fraction of what they would be for real stone.

No need to hire a stone mason, or even a handyman. Using our easy, step-by-step instructions and tools you probably already own, you should have these panels installed in a matter of hours. Accompanying corners and accessories make the installation even more professional-looking, adding polish to the project.

Faux stone creates a warm, inviting look that works almost anywhere. Try it in your kitchen, living room, den, master bedroom, or to side an exterior. Whether you choose stacked stone, random rock, cobblestone or any other style, you’ll bring out the best in your project, and make it shine.