It seems as if it’s not a colour - it’s just warm, reassuring light. That light was captured in our Morning Sunlight shade of white linen with a soft yellow undertone.
When oceans seem alive with wild waves, the colour of the water seems to gain a double shade, a mix of white splashes and blue water from the ocean’s depths. They come together to create an optically light blue colour that becomes even brighter when these wild waves are lit by sun.
Our Milky Way colour is meant to bring a bit of the magical galaxy dust to your wardrobe. Even though the Milky Way is originally white, when the try to see it or capture it from our home, it often shows up in the loveliest palette of cosmic purples. The sight is nothing short of magical and our palette wouldn’t be complete without this shade!
The heat of the summer tends to tone down the colours of sunsets on our Baltic coast. While in winter they’re fiery orange and red, in summer our sunsets are coloured by gentle pastel pinks. This fabric is that magical summer evening light in a solid form, meant to shine on you and keep the summer warmth with you all throughout the year.
Is there a purer colour than that of a morning mist? It always seems to be colourless, yet we can see it so clearly. That’s why this is the perfect name for this colour - the linen is undyed, so it is actually colourless, but our eyes still catch its natural shade. The linen in our palette for this colour is a little heavier than the rest of our colours and remember that it’s natural and undyed, so it has a gently visible texture.
When the moon is rising and there is just the gentlest hint of transparent clouds in the sky, the sun shines a soft, golden light on our natural satellite. It’s a balance between a light brown and bronze with a hint of gold and even a little silver. The most precious colours came together in that delicate light that shines it’s magic down on us in these rare perfect moonrises.
Even though we haven’t yet been to Mars, we dream about being able to travel between planets. Scientists have provided us with so many magnificent shots of the red planet that we feel like we can easily imagine travelling around it in our dreams. This colour is inspired by the bronze shades of Martian canyons and this fabric is as if a piece from far away space, some Martian dust blown over to us by cosmic winds.
The dark colouring of ravens surrounded them with tales of mystery. It’s considered to be the bird of magic, someone able to see beyond darkness and hear nature’s secrets. Every time we see ravens flying, with their wings spread wide, we can feel their freedom and fearlessness. Our Flying Raven colour is your raven feathers, meant to help you be just as free and fearless as these magical birds.
After days of endless rain, one morning just as the sun is rising, the forest becomes overfilled with a mysterious fog. As the first rays of sunshine light the woodland, the fog seems to light up and the vibrant colours of greenery bounce off of rain soaked leaves and moss. That moment is captured in our Enchanted Forest colour - just where golden fog and forest greens meet in the enchanting morning light.
When small crystals of frost rest gently on green grass, the meadows seem to create a new shade of green. Something gentle and calm, a fragile moment that only needs a little bit of sunlight to disappear. Our Frosted Meadows colour is meant to keep the frosted meadow magic alive, through sunlight, winds and storms, all throughout the year.
Red roses have so many shades depending on their location and light, but our favourite colour comes in autumn. After being soaked in rain, the rose finds its dark, dramatic shade. Often it’s the moment right before it scatters away its leaves and goes to rest until it’s time to bloom again. Our Rose Garden shade is here to be your own deep red, rain soaked rose petals.
Rowan berries have a vibrant complex shade that shines through to us from miles away. In the depth of the forest, rowan berries are a little darker, a deeper red that when hit by sunlight, gains an extraordinary bright colour.
We try to display our colours as well as possible, but the shade on the screen and in reality may look slightly different. Also, consider that natural fabrics tend to react to light and the shades may slightly change in different lightings.