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Some or all of the rooms in your home may have flat ceilings, but this doesn’t mean their design needs to “fall flat”. This month we’re highlighting how faux beams can be installed in innovative ways to give a flat-ceilinged room more shape and visual interest.

Check out these five customer projects that used beams to transform their ceiling from plain canvas to a 3-D work of art.

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You may be saying to yourself, “April is almost over, there’s no way I’ll be able to get an exterior project done in time for summer.”

But there is hope. Our panels and other products are so easy to install, they will help you create or remodel a home exterior or outdoor space in a matter of hours or days — not weeks or months.

So get a jumpstart on your project now! Check out these 5 designs that were completed quickly and beautifully with faux stone.

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5 Things to Look For When Buying Faux Panels

This video will show you the 5 things to look for when buying faux panels, including the markers of a high-quality panel, red flags in pricing and how to verify a supplier’s reputation.

Watch all the way to the end and get a 10% coupon!

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Bedroom with Hand Hewn beams in Charred Brown

The bedroom is your private sanctuary, the one place in your home where you can fully rest and rejuvenate. Bedrooms are also a big deciding factor for prospective buyers. Whether you’re looking to sell or stay, your bedroom design should be a pleasure to wake up to.

These five bedroom remodels are very different, but share one common feature — the transformative nature of wood.

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Remodeling a kitchen is a big job. Appliances, cabinetry, furniture, lighting – there’s a lot to consider.

When it comes to islands and backsplashes, faux panels can make your kitchen redesign a little less overwhelming. They are waterproof, simple to install and available in a wide variety of styles and colors to fit your decor.

These five projects demonstrate how faux will make your project easier, and look amazing.

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Whether your dining room is used every night or designated for holiday dinners only, you want it to look as good as the meal in front of you. Faux wood beams and panels are an easy way to add warmth and eye-catching appeal to your design.

Feast your eyes on these 5 dining areas enhanced with faux wood flavor – from the simple to the complex.

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Fireplace surround made from Norwich Stacked Stone in Toasted Vanilla

One of the key benefits of our products is how easy they are to install. In most cases, a faux panel or siding project can be done solo with no trouble at all.

But couples that DIY together…well, you know how the saying goes. Maybe instead of flowers and chocolate this Valentine’s Day, you and your significant other will give each other an upgraded fireplace or a new accent wall in the living room.

Below are five such designs made by partners in life. Can you feel the love?

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A mantel is a classic component of your home’s fireplace — it’s hard to imagine it without one. Faux mantels offer the best of both worlds — the realistic look of natural wood combined with modern convenience and affordability.

Check out these five featured mantel projects, and the reasons why faux can work for you.

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Basement fireplace accent wall

Finishing a basement is a great investment. Not only does it improve your home’s property value, it provides extra living space to work, entertain, relax or even generate some rental income.

However you choose to use your finished basement, you’ll want its design to reflect both your aesthetic and its purpose.

Check out these customers’ basement designs to inspire your own ideas.

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We’re excited to announce the arrival of a new style! Available as a beam or mantel, Reclaimed beautifully mimics the weathered, aged look of real antique wood.

Real reclaimed wood is expensive and can be hard to find in the look you want. Faux Reclaimed takes the guesswork and high cost out of the equation, offering the same charmingly rustic look in an affordable alternative that’s consistent in size and coloring.

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