Who doesn’t like thrifty things? Weirdos- that’s who! People love saving a buck here and there. What if we told you that you could save a whole lotta bucks by choosing faux brick paneling the next time you had a hankering to redecorate? Perhaps you are in the designing process right now, because you are about to or just moved into a new home. Regardless of your situation, we must encourage you to consider using faux brick panels. They will be the best thrifty decision you ever make.
Faux brick panels happen to be thrifty because they are not made of actual brick; instead they are constructed from a high quality polyurethane material. Polyurethane does a great job at impersonating authentic brick, however, and no one will be able to tell the difference. The only giveaway is how light weight they are. Because of that they can be installed all by yourself. This is another thrifty feature of our faux brick panels. They are about as DIY as you can get! A typical faux brick paneling project only takes several hours to install, as all that is required is either caulk or glue and a few standard tools.
Faux brick paneling can be used for a wide variety of applications. For example, have you ever wanted to create an accent wall, but paint just didn’t seem like it would transform the room enough? Faux brick paneling is the perfect option in this instance. Just check out the example below:
Faux brick paneling could also be used as a kitchen backsplash. Who said you had to stick with traditional tile? The best part about using faux brick for a kitchen backsplash is that it is impervious to moisture. This makes it super duper easy to clean, and resistant to mold, mildew, and rot. No matter what types of sauces splash up on your back splash, they can be easily removed with a damp rag. Look how great faux brick paneling looks in this kitchen back splash:
Another use for faux brick paneling might shock you: exterior siding. Yep, you heard us right, you can use faux brick panels on the outside of your house as well. All of our faux wall paneling is designed to withstand the effects of weather, both hot and cold. They are also UV resistant! While authentic brick can be very expensive to put on your house, faux brick paneling is a thrifty option.