Erin converted her basement into an incredible home bar, its vintage décor reminiscent of a place where one might stop along Route 66 back in its heyday.
The bar alone is spectacular, but Erin really kicked this project into high gear by creating a hidden door to the bathroom.
The panels were the perfect choice for this design idea; providing the look of stone she wanted in a form that was lightweight enough to swing easily with the door. Their polyurethane material is also easy to cut, allowing Erin to create an almost invisible seam line.
Gregg is a full-time RV'er who tricked out his rig to resemble a classic hunting lodge, complete with a rustic table, wooden storage compartments and a lot of antlers.
But Gregg needed one last thing before hitting the road -- panels to provide insulation and preserve the chill of the A/C. That's where we came in.
This summer in southern California the temperatures were in the triple digits - what a difference your Wellington panels made for us! I checked the temperature between the factory wall and the wall I installed the panels on and it was very noticeable. Awesome product.-- Gregg
Another benefit of the panels that's particularly useful for mobile home design is their light weight. Real stone and brick would be highly impractical to use to create this look - think of the the gas costs alone!
My sons have a turtle that lived in a plastic kiddie pool in our atrium. I decided one day that it was time to get something that looked a little nicer. The result was a do-it-myself indoor water feature. After lots of on-line research I decided to use faux panels for the rock wall. I had never used it before so I had concerns: Will it look real? Will the color be what I want? Can I do this myself? All answers are yes! I'm thrilled with the results. -- Montana D.