Egger offers different layout styles for its range of floors, from bright Light Living to vintage Used Novelty, without forgetting the timeless Modern Classics. Closest to the trends, Egger has also developed authentic decors inviting nature into your home: the Pure Nature style consists of wooden decors and other reproductions of natural materials with raw and refined charm.
In recent years, there has been a real desire to reconnect with nature. Beyond a lifestyle, strictly speaking, more and more natural materials are worked in furnishing and interior decoration. Floor coverings were also impacted by this trend and a company like Egger, specializing in wood-based products, could not miss out.
With the aim of offering ever more authentic decors, the Pure Nature style has naturally established itself as the setting par excellence to immerse yourself in a warm atmosphere conducive to well-being and relaxation. The wood reproduction decorations, in particular the oaks, are distinguished by an authentic wood appearance decorated with knots and irregularities highlighted in a natural shade, emphasizing in particular the rusticity of the soil. Other wood reproductions such as ash have incomparable wood aspects in natural light tones, giving the floor a living rendering of rare authenticity.
Beyond the decorations, Egger also adjusts the dimensions of the planks of its laminate floors: while the large format particularly emphasizes the country house-inspired planks, the narrow planks with chamfered edges give the floor a truer wooden look that nature. The long planks are particularly suitable for large rooms and give a perfect wooden plank aspect associated with the V-chamfered edges. Adds to the design side an unmatched ecological aspect: the laminate floor consists essentially of wood and is free of PVC and plasticizers. It therefore creates a healthy atmosphere in the room.
Founded in 1961, Egger is the market leader in wood-based panels and decorative laminates. Egger, headquartered in Saint Johann in Tirol (Austria) is a family business and employs around 9900 people at 19 production sites, including two in France (in the Landes and Vosges).
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