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Restaurant Interior Design Enhanced Easily with Faux Panels

Restaurant Interior Design Enhanced Easily with Faux Panels For an appealing look in restaurant interior design, stone, brick and rock veneer panels provide a realistic look that’s budget-friendly and easy to install.  Many of our customers are restaurant owners who have taken advantage of the convenience and durability of the panels. Restaurant interior design is given a stunning look with Old Chicago brick panels. Restaurant interior design is given a stunning look with Old Chicago brick panels. If you're having a hard time finding the look you want for your restaurant’s interior, our wide selection of panel styles and colors may help get you started, whether your theme calls for a cozy rustic or modern and sophisticated design. White brick panels add light and sophistication to this restaurant's interior. White brick panels add a clean, sophisticated look to this restaurant's dining area With the right decor, you’re restaurant will attract more customers and help ensure that they come back again and again.  Thanks to their extremely light weight, all of our panels are very easy to install, and can be up on your walls in a few hours.  With no need for professional installation, costly clean-up, or expensive maintenance, the panels are the perfect design solution for restaurant interiors. Add class to restaurant interior design with stacked stone veneer. Stacked stone panels in Toasted Vanilla Crafted from master molds made of the real thing, every one of our panels mimics the natural look of stone, brick, rock and wood beautifully. Restaurant interior design with barn board panels as seen on Restaurant Impossible. Restaurant renovated with barn board panels as seen on Restaurant Impossible The photos in this post illustrate a few of the many uses of faux panels® in different kinds of settings.  Whether you're a sophisticated restaurant, a popular bar & grille, a Chinese buffet, a national franchise, or a local pizzeria; there's a panel design and style that can enhance the look of your restaurant’s interior. A chinese restaurant's interior design gets a nice upgrade with faux stone. A Chinese restaurant gets a nice face lift with Regency stacked stone panels A Subway franchise gains a cozy atmosphere with dry stack paneling. A Subway franchise gains a cozy atmosphere with dry stack paneling Franchise restaurant interior design gets a comfortable look with artificial stone. Denny's supplements its down-home decor with Norwich stone wall panels in Earth color The Bow Street Irish Pub at MetLife Stadium built a budget-friendly accent wall with stacked stone panels The Bow Street Irish Pub built a budget-friendly accent wall with stacked stone panels For more images of outstanding restaurant interiors enhanced by faux panels, take a look at our Restaurant Gallery.