The demand for solid-coloured surfaces continues to dominate the market, but there has been a shift toward designs with a textured finish. Egger’s Texture Meets Colour range easily recreates the look of painted timber, with over 56 different decor and texture combinations.
Four textures and 14 carefully chosen uni-colour decors make up the innovative collection of surfaces. Suitable for both residential and commercial applications, it brings flexibility when planning, offering a selection of colours, styles and textures.
One size no longer fits all, as customers demand a more personalised touch. Texture Meets Colour puts the customer in control, offering a range of versatile surfaces that can be tailored to their requirements.
Available as 18mm Melamine Faced Chipboard (MFC) with co-ordinating edging, the range is 100% recyclable, easy to process and hygienic. Decors include Indigo Blue, Premium White, Black, and a comprehensive selection of popular grey tones.
ST12 – a subtle woodgrain texture gives this surface a traditional natural look
ach of the four textures has individual characteristics to provide a unique finish when paired with the uni-colours. New textures ST19 and ST12 produce a subtle, contemporary finish, whilst ST27 and ST38 offer a bold, more traditional look.
ST19 – this new texture features a contemporary, on-trend, linear woodgrain
Manufactured at Egger’s factory in Hexham, Northumberland, these stylish combinations are the next generation of painted timber, suitable for door frontals, carcassing, wall panels and wardrobes.
ST27 – a bold woodgrain texture, ideal for achieving a timeless painted timber look
ade using hack chips and sawdust (40%), recycled material (40%) and round wood (20%), Egger’s MFC boards have a negative carbon footprint of -13.3kg CO²/m². The boards lock in carbon – which benefits the environment, as the materials used would otherwise be burned or sent to landfill.
ST38 – a deep softwood texture, providing a high-value look and finish
Elliott Fairlie, head of decor management, UK & Ireland, says: “As the demand for textured solid colours continues to increase, and the trend evolves, customers are looking for broader choice, with a finish to suit them. With the Texture Meets Colour range, people can create elegant and timeless interiors, with this low-maintenance and cost-effective alternative to painted timber.”