Furniture and interiors products manufacturer Egger has revamped its Texture Meets Colour range, to offer a cost-effective alternative to painted timber.
There are 14 decors and three textures in the Texture Meets Colour collection, offering a choice of 42 available combinations.
It boasts a colour palette spanning heritage shades of green, blue and grey.
These decors include Reed Green, Fir Green and Sage Green, Misty Blue and Indigo Blue, as well as Porcelain White, Cubanit Grey and Monument Grey.
Each of the three textures display individual characteristics to offer alternative finishes.
ST12 and ST19 both offer a contemporary finish, while the ST40 texture has a more traditional look, with a deep matt structure that replicates a painted oak.
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, carcasses, wall panels and wardrobes.
Egger also offers the Feelwood Collection to meet the trend for hypernature residential and commercial interiors.