Are you looking for a way to go against the grain?  Perhaps you are in a clan with the ‘keeping up with the Jone’s’ mindset.  Who has the next best thing is always the topic of conversation.  It can get a little old, trying to maintain a certain reputation and image.  Well, if you are looking for a way to be a little different and stand out, we have a solution for you: go faux!  The Jones’ will wish they thought of something so unique, and regret the thousands of dollars they just spent on a brand new stone fireplace.

Faux wall paneling is an excellent way to make a huge change to the inside or outside of your home without spending lots of money and time. You can create a stone fireplace, a brick kitchen backsplash, and even a wood shower through the addition of faux wall paneling.  It is made of a high quality polyurethane, and created to look and feel exactly like authentic brick, wood, and stone.  It does not chip or crack, is impervious to the effects of moisture, and will look amazing for years to come.

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Most people are so busy nowadays, and they just do not have the time to spend on a huge renovation project like adding wood, stone, or brick to their home.  Because of this, they typically settle for a plain wall with a new shade of paint.  Although repainting a home can be a refreshing change, adding a texturized wall will make a larger, longer lasting one.  And with faux wall paneling, you do not have to set aside days and weeks in order to get the job done.  Once you’ve received your faux wall panels, you can literally install them in a matter of a single afternoon.  Each shipment of faux wall paneling comes with a step-by-step instructional guide that will walk you through the installation process.  You can also find additional instructions on our site at: http://fauxdirect.com/resources/installation-instructions/.

The best part about using faux wall paneling is the amount of money you will save.  The average cost per panel at Faux Direct is around $80 and covers around 7.5 square feet.  If you do the math, this is far more affordable than authentic stone, brick, wood and the associated mortar or glue.  Be the star of the show by going faux, and do yourself a huge favor in the long run.