After a successful launch in 2021, Egger has revamped its Texture Meets Colour range, in what it says is a bid to offer a timeless, cost effective alternative to painted timber. The demand for painted timber kitchens and cabinetry shows no sign of slowing, but a high price tag means the desired finish often exceeds the budget. Egger has developed an affordable solution available with its Texture Meets Colour range.
Hand selected by Egger’s design manager, Aimee Fletcher, there are 14 decors and three textures to play with, and customers can choose a texture from the 42 combinations available. The colour palette offers heritage shades of green, blue and grey paired with realistic textures, making it simple to design timeless furniture.
Reed Green, Fir Green (pictured here) and Sage Green connect with nature and come to life with the addition of texture, adding character to the surface and revitalising the on-trend colour tone. The company says the two blue shades, Misty Blue and Indigo Blue, are already in high demand, but when combined with a woodgrain texture, they are elevated to a high-end, elegant surface that has a classic finish. Three other decors to note are Porcelain White, Cubanit Grey and Monument Grey. Used on their own or combined with statement colours, these straightforward decors are calm, refined, and versatile.
Each of the three textures display individual characteristics to offer alternative finishes across the range of colours. ST12 and ST19 both offer a subtle, contemporary finish, while the new ST40 texture has a bold, more traditional look, with a deep matt structure that truly replicates a refined painted oak.
Aimee Fletcher said: "We’ve created a range of decors that can be tailored to individual projects. Our mix and match approach means elegant and timeless designs can easily be created with this low-maintenance and cost-effective alternative to painted timber."
All combinations are available as 18mm Eurodekor Faced Chipboard with coordinating edging. The carbon negative board is made in Hexham, Northumberland, using recycled wood and sawmill by-products. It is 100% recyclable following use and is suitable for door frontals, carcassing, wall panels, wardrobes, and more.
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