You are probably aware of what faux wall paneling is, however you are most likely unaware of all of its uses.  The majority of thought is that faux wall paneling is for the outside of a home or an accent wall, and the application stops there.  Surprisingly, our paneling has many more uses than simply adding brick to the exterior of a home or stone to a fireplace accent wall.  People are getting quite creative with how they add texture to their walls, and lucky for them, our wall paneling is helping them accomplish just that.

One interesting application for faux stone, faux brick, or faux wood is the addition of it to the inside of a wine cellar.  People are taking rooms of their homes, and adding faux stone to all four walls in order to make it feel like a real cellar.  Check out the example below!

fau stone wine cellar

Another interesting application is using faux stone outside in the pool area.  Many people are using them around their pool, to create waterfalls, or even outdoor kitchens.  There is no reason for you to spend an arm and a leg on authentic stone when you can have the same amazing look with faux stone paneling.  The perk to having faux stone versus real (minus the obvious money saving factor) is that they are impervious to moisture.  Obviously the backyard pool area is a high moisture area, but that will not affect your faux stone paneling.  The high quality polyurethane panels are resistant to rot, mildew, and mold.  They are also UV resistant and weatherproof, nor will they crack or chip.  Basically, you will not have to worry about having faux stone paneling by your pool, because it is built to withstand and will look amazing for years to come.

Look at this gorgeous pool and kitchen area where faux stone was used:

faux stone outdoor pool and kitchen

A third interesting application is by adding faux wall paneling in your bathroom around the tub or shower.  Many people think they must stick with traditional tile, however this is not the case.  Faux stone, faux brick, and faux wood all add an equally interesting and unique touch to the area around a tub or shower.  You can create a spa like feel right in your own bathroom with faux wall paneling, and as mentioned above, the moisture from the bath will not affect the panels.

Here is a great example of faux wall paneling used beautifully in a bathroom:


FD stone shower (1)