Fireplace with Norwich Stacked Stone Toasted Vanilla
Designs Made With Love
One of the key benefits of our products is how easy they are to install. In most cases, a faux panel or siding project can be done solo with no trouble at all.

But couples that DIY together...well, you know how the saying goes. Maybe instead of flowers and chocolate this Valentine's Day, you and your significant other will give each other an upgraded fireplace or a new accent wall in the living room.

Below are five such designs made by partners in life. Can you feel the love? 
Shower with Norwich Stacked Stone Chocolate
Hot Shower

Nate and his wife had a plain fiberglass shower that was woefully in need of a different look. Working together to install these waterproof panels, their completed design went from Not to Hot.

We redid our whole bathroom and receive nonstop compliments! We love it -- it looks like real stone without all the clean up and hassle of grout. Great product, easy to install.

His and Hers Garage

Jim and Kathleen teamed up to remodel their garage's exterior -- and gave it an extra shot of style to boot.

After attaching the siding, they installed matching trim pieces around both doors to create a beautifully seamless, stone-style border.

Garage with Regency Stacked Stone siding
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Patio Kitchen:
Let's Go to the Video

Tom and Linda not only wowed us with this makeover of their patio kitchen unit; they also filmed an incredible how-to video to go with it, demonstrating the entire project step by step. 

Cookie-Cutter No More

Gail and her husband moved into a 55+ community last year. While they loved the neighborhood, they felt the new house was a little too cookie-cutter.

In just a few days, they were able to give their home a customized look by adding panels around the fireplace and to the kitchen wall.

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Fireplace with Norwich Stacked Stone Birchwood
Front door with Regency Stacked Stone Potomac
Door Design Duo

Bill and Debby's front entrance has a super-high ceiling, but its formerly beige-painted drywall made it look empty and uninspiring.

For this project it was especially helpful to have a partner hold the very tall ladder as the other surrounded the door and window above with the look of stacked stone.

My wife and I love the way the wall turned out. It is a really nice feature.

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Testimonial of the Month

Our faux brick looks so amazing and in almost no time our ordinary building was transformed into an appealing rustic sanctuary. My husband could not believe his eyes when he saw me snapping panels together myself - this was so easy to do I'm ordering more! --
Rich M. Annapolis, MD

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