Today's interior design trends frequently come without clear guidelines. For many years, people have been focussing on "Mix+Match". This has eventually led to more and more design themes. We have developed new decors for you based on these new trend worlds. Our nine inspiring trend worlds show you how versatile today's interior design trends are.
Discover our trend worlds:
Popular classics with a modern twist
The ModernClassics trend includes our best-selling woodgrain decors. Well-known classics from the maple, cherry, or oak families continue to be popular with a natural, yet modern and timeless appearance. This is why they are chosen for long-term projects.
The colour scheme of these woodgrain decors has been redeveloped to allow for combinations with modern materials and uni colours. If uni colours and woodgrain reproductions in this trend world are combined with each other, the result is a modern classic room design.
The combination of past and future
The future is more tangible than ever. Technical and digital developments have made amazing progress. The yearning for old and trusted values, timeless classics, and particularly the warmth of the 50s and 60s is on the rise. The expectations of this trend are met by integrating classic materials – marble, textile or walnut – into the new EGGER Decorative Collection.
Modern reproductions and natural textures, such as the new, authentic surface ST19 Deepskin Excellent, can be found in the trend world FutureRetro. The classics are being rediscovered especially in new combinations to trend themes such as black or metal.
Where authenticity is desired
Authentic wood types and the charm of products made by hand remain a fixed design element in modern rooms. Feelwood synchronised pore surfaces also suit the reproduction of such a look. Cracks are noticeable and knots are deepened.
The new synchronised pore ST32 Feelwood Vintage brings the woodgrain to life with its rough matt-gloss effects. Of course, there are also current green tones in the trend world PureNature.
Perfection meets emotion
Perfection is easily achieved with the help of the latest technology, but this is not always desirable in design. Irregularities and imperfections, such as cracks, splinters, handmade elements, or weathering are also purposefully used in this case in order to achieve a finish full of emotions and with a natural appearance.
The surface feel is particularly important because touch is the only sense that cannot be imitated artificially. The very heavy Used Look or Industrial Style in combination with very calm and straight-lined designs creates the trend world PerfectImperfection.
Urban Design charm
Urbanisation as a megatrend influencing design. Small living spaces in cities must be used well, but should be designed in a minimalist way.
The influence of Scandinavian design, with its light materials, has become significant. Cool combination materials, such as concrete and metal, and light, neutral grey tones that create the link with urban charm populate the trend world LightUrban.
The wide spectrum of black
Under the motto “Black is back”, black has found its way back into design via accessories such as handles and metal frames. Black is also appearing in surfaces, and is becoming an elegant contrast in ultra modern designs.
But how much black can one room take? The various BlackOptions play a role here: High-gloss and perfectly matt surfaces already allow the darkest uni colour to look entirely different. The new EGGER Decorative Collection also offers various options for basic black tones, such as Soft Black and Shadow Black. In addition, wooden surfaces, combined with black or wood types interpreted in black, from elegant to natural, provide a wide range of possibilities for this theme.
Monochrome designs are both minimalistic and harmonious, and fit well into our smart world. As a rule, people look for harmony in the places where they retreat, but emotions and liveliness should not be missing.
These emotions come from a varied colour scheme, featuring colours of different intensities within the same colour world. This also characterises design terms such as Nearly Black and Nearly White. In addition to trendy uni colours from the categories of Nude, Taupe, and Grey Blue, wood and material reproductions are also of high importance in the trend world ColouredMonochrome.
Designs with technical coolness
Hybrid products satisfy the desire for simple solutions within the trend for synchrony. For this reason, the trend world MetalFusion includes decors that are made, for example, by fusing the character of metal and stone.
A purely metallic look is also used in designs with increasing intensity. It represents innovation as well as the future, and add technical coolness to design. The new surface ST20 Metal Brushed also now gives metallic reproductions an authentic look and feel.
Seductive matt designs
Matt surfaces create very subtle, haptic emotions. A certain naturalness is therefore also possible for uni colours. The lacquer finish PerfectSense Matt creates a high-quality, exciting look and feel on uni colours as well as on material decors.
Furthermore, the surface provides impressive wear resistance. All variants are present in the trend world MattEmotions.