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EGGER Insights: Warm Neutrals

EGGER Insights: Warm Neutrals

Our homes have become a place of security and comfort. The shift in how we live, work and socialise has had a huge impact on design, colour and style preferences.

The design decision process has changed. People are no longer looking at the latest trends for inspiration, but creating a personal collage of style preferences that fit with their new lifestyle. This has been prominent for a couple of years, but the recent pandemic has elevated it even further. 

There is high demand for more neutral decors, that offer warmth and comfort. Consumers are moving away from industrial materials and looking for neutral tones and natural, realistic textures.

Elliott Fairlie, EGGER UK’s Head of Decor Management, UK & Ireland, shares his thoughts on the development of warm, neutral decors in interior design.


EGGER Insights: Warm Neutrals

EGGER Insights: Warm Neutrals

EGGER Insights: Warm Neutrals

EGGER Insights: Warm Neutrals

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Explore the warm neutrals trend on Pinterest. Get inspiration from room sets and decor scans that are following the trend.

Taupe Grey

A rich, warm tone that is ideal for neutral designs. It works well alongside black to provide a contemporary, yet elegant, decor combination.


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Pebble Grey

A slightly darker tone to Taupe Grey, this decor appears cool but works in combination with woodgrain designs that offer warm and natural colour tones.


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Stone Grey

A rich, earthy grey that complements a number of different decor styles. It pairs well with neutral textile finishes to offer a stylish look for less.


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Beige Textile and Grey Textile

Replicates the look of coarse fabric by reproducing a rough textile feel. This textile look pairs well with a range of grey uni colours as it offers a neutral textured finish.


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 “I expect the desire for warm and comfortable interiors to stay at the top of the priority list. Cooler greys will still be a popular choice, but consumer interest in the warmer tones will continue to rise, bringing a welcome and refreshing alternative to interior design.” 

Elliott Fairlie, EGGER UK’s Head of Decor Management, UK & Ireland