Monday, June 21, 2021
EGGER Wood Products, one of the global leaders in the manufacturing of wood-based materials for the furniture and interior design industries, will highlight its new EGGER Decorative Collection at the 2021 Association of Woodworkers and Furnishing Suppliers (AWFS) Fair in Las Vegas, Nevada this July. The collection features a full range of decorative surface solutions, including matching thermally fused laminate (TFL), laminates and edge banding.
The EGGER Decorative Collection delivers a comprehensive range of realistic woodgrain and material reproduction decors, along with whites and solid colors. These decors are available in textures ranging from trendy ultra-matte to upscale, mirror-like gloss to striking embossed-inregister (EIR), which replicates the authentic character of real wood. The collection also includes laminates with a colored core for seamless finishes and painting grade TFL for maximum creative latitude.
“We are truly excited to showcase our EGGER Decorative Collection in person,” says Lisa Thornton, Head of Marketing at EGGER. “The collection was thoughtfully designed to represent the wants and needs of the North American market. And since the pandemic, AWFS will be the first opportunity for many fabricators and others within the industry to see the decors up close and feel the innovative textures in the collection.”
EGGER’s Feelwood and PerfectSense ranges are premium highlights of the collection. Feelwood creates the stunning look and feel of real wood with deep textures, and is an excellent alternative to solid wood or wood veneers—with greater durability and lower cost. PerfectSense lacquered boards offer visually striking matte and gloss surfaces, with durability and resistance to scratches and abrasions.
“With this decorative collection, fabricators, architects and designers can bring their ideas to life,” said Thornton. “And, with the opening of our new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Lexington last fall, our customers are now able to access out decors easier and faster,” he added further.