What better way to emphasize the awesome-ness of faux wall panels than to go through the alphabet and quite literally, spell it out? For the next couple weeks, we are going to take some time to go through each letter of the alphabet and point out some amazing qualities that faux wall panels have to offer.

A is for Affordable
Who doesn’t love to save money?  When it comes to remodeling your home or business, you can easily spend a pretty penny.  All it takes is one episode of Fixer Upper to get your design lust going at full blast and you could drain your bank account in 10 minutes flat.  

Instead of hemorrhaging cash, why not save money by using products that are actually affordable?  

Take an accent wall, for example.  Let’s go with brick. If you used authentic brick, not only would you have to

  • purchase all the brick

But you would also have to

  • hire someone to install it.  Unless you are some sort of secret Bob the Builder type.

Instead of doing all of that (not to mention the mess), you could use faux brick panels.  They are installed yourself (so no expensive contractor fees) and the only other thing you need are some screws and liquid nails.  Ba da bing, ba da boom.

B is for Beautiful

Not to be super lame, but come on, faux wall panels are beautiful.  Have you seen them? They literally look like authentic brick, stone and wood.  They are cast from the authentic material using a moulding and polyurethane. They are then painted to match their authentic counterparts exactly.  They look and feel exactly the same. The only giveaway? How light weight they are!

C is for Cut-able
Okay, okay, so cut-able isn’t actually a real word.  But we could petition to make it one, right? Faux wall panels can be cut to fit into any space.  This is one of the coolest aspects of these products.  

What you’ll first do is measure your square footage that you need to cover, and then look at the square footage coverage of the particular panel you’re interested in.  Most of our panels range from 7-10 square feet. Then, you order the number of panels to fit your need. However, in most cases, you’ll have a little extra, and that’s okay.  All you gotta do is cut the panel (which can be easily done with an exact-o knife) to fit your exact space.  

Stay tuned for more letters next week, folks!