EGGER’s Feelwood decors are produced using a deep synchronised texture innovation where camera technology aligns texture with the decor finish.
This collection boasts six unique textures shared among 22 desirable decors, with a natural look and feel of the highest quality, all available as melamines and laminates with matching edging
Using camera technology, Feelwood lines up the texture pressed into the surface with the decor below. The result is a deep woodgrain texture indistinguishable from timber or veneer but with the benefits of being a durable and low maintenance material as shown below.Download Brochure
Using traditional and rustic decors in a contemporary and modern way is now very much in demand in both domestic and commercial interiors.
The Feelwood collections; Elegance, Nature, Ambience and Rift, have the pleasure of demonstrating the latest synchronised pore technology that Egger have invested so much in.
This texture is characterised by its authentic feel. Knots and planking create a natural feel reminiscent of solid wood.
The texture has a striking, yet elegant appearance. It is ideal for large applications to create a tasteful, sophisticated feel. It traces the grain with soft recesses, creating a tactile effect.
This surface displays an interplay of matt and light-gloss elements. The matt and softly brushed pore provides the surface with a beautiful depth effect, giving it a very natural look – together with its pearlescent sheen.
This surface exhibits a deeply brushed but very natural, matt character that gives many different types of wood an extremely authentic feel.
This texture has an authentic solid wood finish, which is emphasised with its synchronised surface on the decor series Halifax Oak, giving the cracks and knots a tactile feel.
The texture displays a deeply brushed softwood appearance with a high value pearl effect thanks to the matt and gloss elements. The surface creates the look of painted or lacquered solid wood when applied to uni colours.
A highly authentic and realistic texture for solid wood and material reproductions.
This is an all-over pore with irregular distribution of linear pores, and pores of various depths, which gives the surface its natural look. A light sub-structure provides this surface with a velvety, pleasant touch.