Happy Holidays from Duke, the official FauxPanels.com mascot!
From everybody at FauxPanels.com: Happy Holidays and best wishes for the New Year!
It's been an exciting year here at FauxPanels.com™! As we relax and spend time with our families over the holiday period, we thought it would be a good opportunity to look back over the last year and highlight some of the blog posts we really enjoyed sharing with you:
A common question we get asked, especially as drainage mats are now required by code in many regions if you're using our faux panels or siding on the exterior of your home.
We loved sharing photos from this fantastic basement transformation - in which DIY Network's Man Caves
show created a martial arts dojo
right in the basement of a viewer's home.
Bathrooms are one of the most popular rooms in the home to get the faux panel treatment - and this blog post chronicles an especially awesome project that added boutique luxury to a formerly drab bathroom.
This year we launched our awesome Old Chicago Brick Panels - molded from authentic brownstone brick and sure to bring a touch of Second City chic to any room you install them in.
Chimneys are traditionally made of stone or brick - sometimes the only part of a house that actually is. When one family wanted to give their modern home a traditional touch, they used our faux stone veneer to do it.
Good things come in small packages - like this space-saving kitchen given a touch of sophistication with our stone veneer panels.
FauxPanels.com went rock 'n roll with this project - a sexy new makeover for a classic music studio; that combined style with acoustic integrity.
Age ain't nothing but a number for Ray - a seasoned contractor who gave his home a fantastic exterior makeover using our faux panels.
Here's something different! Some awesome looking planters in the garden, given a touch of timeless sophistication thanks to our faux stone siding panels.
Just before the start of November, Hurricane Sandy hit the northeastern seaboard with everything it had. For mobile home owners, this was a recipe for disaster - but one homeowner explained why it didn't need to be with faux stone mobile home skirting.
At FauxPanels.com™, we try hard to make a difference - and this post outlines a great faux panel design project completed using faux brick products we donated. We were really proud to be a part of this one!